Fraudster [Andrea Davison] who fled the country to avoid jail time must pay £170,000 – or face another two years in prison – Daily Post
Andrea Davison of Felinheli, Gwynedd was convicted in 2012 after what was described as a false document factory was found at her home.
A woman who fled the country to avoid serving a two and a half year prison sentence has been ordered to pay £170,000 – or serve another two years in jail.
Andrea Davison of Felinheli, Gwynedd was convicted of fraud back in 2012 following the discovery of what was described as a false document factory at her home.
She denied the offences claiming that she worked for security services and that the false documents were to provide false identifications for herself because people were trying to kill her.
But she disappeared before her trial and was said to have gone to an embassy in Ecuador to seek political asylum.
She was convicted in her absence and the jail sentence was passed.
Today, Judge Niclas Parry, sitting at Mold Crown Court, decided that her criminal benefit from the enterprise was £173,785. continues @: http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/fraudster-who-fled-country-avoid-8318028
Andrea Davison – March 2015
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- On Thursday 5th March, we were privileged to be able to interview Andrea Davison. Andrea should be a household name, but not many people have heard of her, nor her story…Andrea worked with Military Intelligence and was involved in a number of missions behind enemy lines. Anyone can go and look the name up on the net, they can read about everything, from international king-pin fraudster to survivor of paedophilic conspiracy. What we aim to do in this podcast is give you the means to make up your own mind, from the interview, to the links in the notes, along with your own research, hopefully the truth should become more obvious.
Whilst working on the Arms to Iraq Inquiry, Andrea stumbled upon a VIP paedophile ring in North Wales, and decided to act on exposing these crimes. What followed was a concerted effort to discredit Andrea and criminalise her efforts, which forced her to seek political asylum in a foreign country, where she resides today. In this interview Andrea discusses a range of subject topics which she has an insight to having worked as an important agent for the British Intelligence Services.