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Thursday, 3 February 2011

'Dirty cash' tycoon being probed by cops had £58k in car

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'Dirty cash' tycoon being probed by cops had £58k in car - The Daily Record: "Russell Stirton, who says his £5.6million fortune frozen seven years ago is legitimate, was found with the bag of cash in a car.
The seizure in December 2007 can only now be revealed following the end of the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency's Operation Salute.
The main targets were William Byrne, 26, of Wemyss Bay, Renfrewshire, and Gary Mackie, 42, from Ayr.
They led a £7million drugsmuggling ring who trafficked cocaine from the Caribbean and distributed it across Scotland.
Police seized 14.5 kilos of cocaine worth £3.8million, 1.25 tons of cannabis valued at £3.5million and four guns. Operation Salute ended with the 16 gang members getting sentences totalling 63 years.
Byrne was jailed for four-anda-half years, Mackie got four years while mules Paul Cairns, 23, from Gourock, and Daniel Squires, 22, from Greenock, were jailed for trying to smuggle cocaine from the Dominican Republic.
Stirton, 51, was once a chief in Glasgow's McGovern crime clan.
He is still fighting his cash battle from 2004 when police swooped on his plush home at Mugdock, near Glasgow, and froze £5.6million of cash in a moneylaundering probe."

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