Sham marriage ‘guiding hand’ jailed

Posted: December 19, 2012 in Law & Disorder
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A man who was the “guiding hand” in a sham marriage has been jailed for 18 months.
Czech Karel Pospisil, 51, of Bramhall Road, Bilborough, was found guilty of assisting unlawful entry into the UK. He was sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court yesterday, along with two ‘opos’ who took part in sham marriages.
eunigeriaNigerian Abiodun Akintelu, 41, of Bramcote Street, Radford, I knew a Nigerian would be involved somewhere, was sentenced to ten months after being found guilty of seeking to obtain leave to remain in the UK by deception.

Czech Lucie Kristova, 22, was sentenced to nine months, suspended for 12 months, and 90 hours community work. Let off in other words. She pleaded guilty to assisting unlawful entry into a member state.

In October 2009, Kristova wed Shaikat Hussain, 24, a Bangladeshi man, at St Andrew’s Church in Mansfield Road. The second sham marriage, between Pospisil and Akintelu, was at St Christopher’s Church, Sneinton, in September 2010.

In January 2011, in a series of UK Border Agency raids across Nottingham, Kristova and Pospisil were arrested at Port Arthur Road, Sneinton. Akintelu was arrested at Woodborough Road, Mapperley, and Hussain at Osman Close, The Meadows.

Akintelu’s visa expired in October 2010. Following her sham marriage, she submitted an application to the Home Office to remain in the UK on the basis of marriage to an European Economic Area national. Hussain also submitted an application to remain after his marriage. Both were refused by the Home Office after the suspected sham came to light.
Hussain has yet to appear in court as he scarpered after being granted bail at an earlier hearing. What suckers we are to give law breaking illegals bail!

In Eton

Two people have been arrested following a UK Border Agency immigration raid on a shop in Eton. I say old chap, acting on intelligence, officers visited I&S General Stores on High Street, Eton, at around 12:30pm on Thursday 13th December they arrested two Indian men, a 31-year-old who had entered the UK illegally, and a 25-year old who was working in breach of his visa. Both were detained pending their removal from the UK.

In Milton Keynes

Two people have been arrested following a UK Border Agency immigration raid on a takeaway in Milton Keynes. Border Agency officers visited Tasty Fried Chicken on Queensway in Bletchley at around 2.30pm on Tuesday 11th December, here they arrested two men, a 31-year-old Pakistani national who had previously had his student visa cancelled for failing to attend college and a 24-year-old Bangladeshi who had overstayed his visa. Both were detained pending their removal from the UK.


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