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Thursday, 27 January 2011

Mohammed Sarwar, 30, taught at Burnage Media Arts College in Manchester. Mr Sarwar is alleged to have been ‘managing director’ of an organised crime group

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"A teacher allegedly led a double life as the mastermind behind a major drugs gang.

Mohammed Sarwar, 30, taught at Burnage Media Arts College in Manchester. Mr Sarwar is alleged to have been ‘managing director’ of an organised crime group involved in the large scale commercial supply of cocaine across the city.

A jury was told that he conspired with a prison officer to supply inmates at Forest Bank prison in Salford with cannabis.

The secondary school teacher denies all the charges. He was arrested in 2009. It followed a 2008 police operation which bugged his car and kept his movements under surveillance, providing ‘limited but telling’ evidence.

Benjamin Davidson, one of the men alleged to be his employees, later agreed to give evidence against Mr Sarwar and others.

Richard Vardon, prosecuting at Manchester Crown Court, said that before Mr Davidson, 24, came forward, police knew just the ‘tip of the iceberg’.

Mr Davidson – formerly of Stocks Lane, Stalybridge – has admitted drug offences and claims he was employed by Mr Sarwar to be a drugs courier in 2008.

He claimed he ferried up to a kilo of pure cocaine at a time around Manchester, supplying dealers in Levenshulme, Longsight, Moss Side and Wythenshawe."

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