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Six appear in Glasgow court over alleged fraud at Scottish Championship club Rangers

Discussion in 'Scottish League Division One' started by Creaky, Jan 5, 2016.

  1. Creaky

    Creaky Admin

    SIX men have appeared in court over the alleged fraudulent acquisition of Rangers.

    The club’s former owner Craig Whyte, 44, and ex-chief executive Charles Green, 62, were among those who attended the High Court in Edinburgh today.

    Gary Withey, 51, David Grier, 54, David Whitehouse, 50, and Paul Clark, 51, also appeared for the preliminary hearing.

    Whyte, with Withey, Grier, Whitehouse and Clark, are charged with conspiring together to acquire and obtain by fraud a majority and controlling stake in the shareholding of the club.

    Prosecutors claim they conspired to and obtained sums amounting to £28,262,094 by fraud.

    Source: Six appear in Glasgow court over alleged fraud at Scottish Championship club Rangers
     

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