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Wycombe drugs baron busted by undercover police

Men who were later convicted for "historical" grooming offences were known to the police up to twenty years earlier for their massive drug-dealing operations. The news stories even reported on them being surrounded by prostitutes. When the grooming scandal could no longer be denied after the EDL had marched for two years, the police and the media professed they'd previously known nothing of this grooming scandal.


A HIGH Wycombe drugs baron who sold "over-the-counter" heroin to addicts in his club has been jailed for 11 years.

Mohammed Kayani, of Pettifer Way, High Wycombe, would weigh out and sell drugs to clients while prostitutes plied their trade in Wycombe International Club, in Desborough Road, to raise enough money to fund their own drug habit, a court heard.

His business was infiltrated by an undercover policeman, known only as Lee, who arranged to buy large quantities of drugs from him last year.

Oxford Crown Court heard that over a period of months Lee negotiated with Kayani to buy heroin and cocaine at more than 500 a time.

In secretly-taped conversations, Kayani boasted he could get the officer anything he wanted from his contacts in Reading.

Kayani's business empire was brought crashing down when police raided Wycombe International Club, in Desborough Road, in October 2002 in the biggest series of raids police had mounted in Chiltern Vale for several years.

The operation was so secret even High Wycombe police were kept in the dark about it until the day of the raids.

The court heard Kayani would launder his drugs money through a casino in Reading where he spent more than a quarter-of-a-million pounds.

The 51-year-old mastermind was jailed in 1993 for seven years for exactly the same crime and had even run his drugs racket from the same building.

Before jailing Kayani again last Friday, Judge Julian Hall said the drug dealer had "picked up where he left off" after his release in 1998.

The court also heard Kayani has convictions for drugs offences dating back to 1977.

Kayani's nephew, Amar Kayani, of Addington Road, Reading, was also jailed for two-and-a-half years for supplying drugs.

Fellow drug dealer Matloub Khan, of Winslet Place in Reading, was sent to prison for nine months for supplying Lee with a sample of heroin.

All three men pleaded guilty to the charges last month.

Jailing the three men, Judge Hall told Kayani: "You have got seven years last time for the running of this club.

"The police have been trying to shut this club down for years."

To the two other defendants he said: "You allowed yourself to become part of the supply mechanism within the cafe.

"You were quite happy to supply class A drugs without a care in the world. It is a miserable crime to commit."

Two other men involved in the drugs ring remain to be sentenced.

Prosecutors are to apply for a special hearing to confiscate the men's assets under new drugs trafficking laws.

The hearing will be held in the new year.

After the trial, residents and shopkeepers in the area said more needs to be done to ensure crime is stopped.

Louise Fuller. 21, a student at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College in nearby Oakridge Road, said: "I didn't know about the club but it is a very rough area here.

"I have never known so many beatings, stabbings and muggings in one place.

"And we have seen lots of prostitutes on the streets.

"I originally lived in a village near Reading, but Reading is not as bad as this.

"I have to get a cab everywhere as I would not walk around here at night."

A shop owner, who did not want to be named, added: "I didn't know anything was going on in the club, as I am sure a lot of people in Green Street didn't.

"But I think people do feel intimidated.

"Green Street School closed down about three years ago but it has just been left there. People go in there and cause all sorts of problems.

"I am pleased the police managed to remove one drug dealer from here but I am sure there will be others to take his place."

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