Derby drugs baron Jaswinder Sahota ordered to pay back almost £1 million of his ill-gotten gains
A drugs baron from Derby who was jailed for seven years after his gang were caught smuggling more than £7 million of high purity narcotics into the country has been ordered to pay back almost £1 million.
Jaswinder Sahota, a Derby businessman with offices in Amsterdam, headed a criminal network with Sandro Farini, the owner of a pub in Gateshead. The pair planned to flood the country with millions of pounds of pure liquid amphetamine, a class B drug.
Farini used criminal contacts around the UK and in Belgium and Holland to run the operation with Sahota, 51, of Duffield Road, Derby - whose... read more
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