Veterans Fraudsters assets to be taken in recompense to charities.
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The need to remove assets of fraudsters who target Veterans Charities.
One case example: James Reilly, Tayforth Veterans Project, stole over £200,000 but owned up to £60,000 jailed for 13 months out in 3 and a half months. Now resides in £350,000 mansion and runs about in a £41,000 5 series gold BMW personalised plates.
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