Haulage operators convicted of money laundering scam involving up to £150m in cash


A Stoke-on-Trent haulage boss and five other defendants have been found guilty of running a large-scale money laundering operation involving up to GBP150m in cash.

Disqualified director Marcus Hughes was convicted of conspiracy to launder cash at Stoke Crown Court on 18 November, together with transport planners Leon Woolley and Liam Bailey, drivers Nicholas Fern and Damion Morgan and business associate Simon Davies.

Hughes was the effective operator of Genesis 2014 UK, a haulage firm that had its licence revoked [...]

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