Brent man due in court following nationwide dawn raids
Liiban Nursharif is accused of conspiracy in connection with the mislabelling of parcels being exported out of the UK
A Brent man has been charged following a series of dawn raids by detectives on Tuesday.
Liiban Nursharif was arrested at an address in the borough, after detectives from the Counter Terrorism Command stormed addresses in Brent, Croydon, Cardiff and Coventry.
The 30-year-old will appear before Westminster Magistrates’ Court this morning (Saturday) alongside Adrian Wall, 49, from Croydon and Daud Ali, 40, from Cardiff, charged with conspiracy in connection with the mislabelling of parcels being exported out of the UK.
Ali is also accused of possessing a false passport.
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A woman and three other men who were arrested during the raids are still being questioned by detectives.
All seven were held in connection with the illegal exporting of khat, a legal stimulant which is prevalently used by the east African community, to the USA and Canada where it is a controlled substance.
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