Businessman 'sold golf ball finding machines as bomb detection devices for thousands of dollars each' James McCormick, 56, denies three counts of fraud at the Old Bailey He is accused of marketing Advanced Detection Equipment to the military and governments around the world that were little more than golf ball findersThe models sold for between $5,000 and $40,0000 each Claimed they could detect bombs from planes and underwater, court told By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 14:11 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:27 GMT, 7 March 2013 Trial: James McCormick who is accused of marketing fake bomb detectors denies three counts of fraud at the Old Bailey A businessman sold bomb detection devices for up to $40,000 that were little more than golf ball finders, a court has heard today. 'Fantastic' claims were made about the fake detectors marketed by James McCormick, 56, but had no grounding in science and were bought for 'handsome' sums, the Old Bailey was told. McCormick’s Advanced Detection Equipment was marketed to the military, governments and police forces around the world
Royal wedding guest jailed for a week in Barbados after gun part is found in his luggage James Archibald was found with a pistol barrel in his luggageHe had disassembled it but couldn't persuade them that it couldn't be firedThe interior designer was taken to HMP Dodds, which was featured on TV Show 'The World's Toughest Jails' By Sharon Churcher PUBLISHED: 21:59 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:43 GMT, 3 March 2013 James Archibald with his wife Nicki. Mr Archibald was put in jail when he was found with a gun part A friend of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was arrested at an airport for having a pistol barrel in his luggage and locked up for a week in a notorious jail. High-society interior designer James Archibald – who was a guest at the Royal Wedding – was held when his bag set off metal-detectors in Barbados.