TV boss jailed over insurance scam

Press Association
Mohammed Ferdhaus (centre) arrives at  Southwark Crown Court in central London, where he was jailed today for laundering at least half a million pounds from a crash-for-cash insurance scam. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday February 17, 2014. Ferdhaus admitted benefiting by at least ?500,000 as a result of the scam operated by his brother, Mohammed Samsul Haque. Ferdhaus, 40, of Brentwood, Essex, founded Channel S, a satellite television station for Britain's Bangladeshi community. Between 2005 and 2008 at least 124 claims were made by individuals linked to Motor Alliance, a company run by Haque. See PA story COURTS Ferdhaus. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire
Mohammed Ferdhaus (centre) arrives at Southwark Crown Court in central London, where he was jailed today for laundering at least half a million pounds from a crash-for-cash insurance scam. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday February 17, 2014. Ferdhaus admitted benefiting by at least ?500,000 as a result of the scam operated by his brother, Mohammed Samsul Haque. Ferdhaus, 40, of Brentwood, Essex, founded Channel S, a satellite television station for Britain's Bangladeshi community. Between 2005 and 2008 at least 124 claims were made by individuals linked to Motor Alliance, a company run by Haque. See PA story COURTS Ferdhaus. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire

%VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%A television boss was jailed for three years today for laundering at least half a million pounds from a crash-for-cash insurance scam.

Mohammed Ferdhaus admitted benefiting by at least £500,000 as a result of the scam operated by his brother, Mohammed Samsul Haque.