Scientologists 'facing fraud and extortion charges in Belgium after police probe into criminal organisation''Illegal medicine, breaches of privacy and extortion charges' have been drawn up against the Church and two senior executivesOffices in Belgium, where it is considered a 'cult' have been raided It comes after 15 year investigation into Scientology by authorities | UPDATED: 13:35 GMT, 30 December 2012 Belgian federal prosecutors are preparing to bring charges against the Church of Scientology as a 'criminal organisation', it has today been reported. It is believed the charges of fraud, illegal medicine, breaches of privacy and extortion have been drawn up against the Church and two senior executives.
Hate preacher Abu Qatada may be re-homed AGAIN at taxpayers' expense after details of his latest address are leaked on internet | UPDATED: 12:13 GMT, 29 December 2012 Hate preacher Abu Qatada could be rehomed at the expense of tax-payers after details of his latest address was leaked online. The 52-year-old's current 450,000 home in North London was publicised on a Facebook page and discussed on Twitter
That's a nice CCTV system you've got in your street Mr Qatada! Freed terror suspect goes for a walk monitored by new top-of-the-range cameras | UPDATED: 19:38 GMT, 23 December 2012 CCTV cameras have been installed outside the home of hate preacher Abu Qatada to monitor him around the clock, it was reported today. They were used to keep track of the Al-Qaeda sympathiser, 52, when he went on a rare journey out yesterday
Home Office could use 217,000 of Abu Qatada's assets to help pay cost of keeping him in Britain Home Secretary Theresa May reveals move to raid the hate preacher's cashLegal aid bill alone is already 500,000Qatada continues to fight deportation to Jordan to face terrorism charges | UPDATED: 21:37 GMT, 18 December 2012 The Home Office will try to use 217,000 of Abu Qatada's cash and assets to help pay for the cost of keeping him in the country, it has been revealed The Government could use frozen bank accounts and seized assets belonging to hate preacher Abu Qatada worth 217,000 to help cover the cost of keeping him in the country. Home Secretary Theresa May told the Home Affairs Select Committee that officials will look at raiding Qatada's cash and assets to pay for his huge legal bills
Home Secretary given permission to appeal against the decision allowing radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UKTheresa May has been given the go-ahead by the Court of Appeal with a date for a hearing in London yet to be setThe Special Immigration Appeals Commission ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan where he has been convicted of terror charges | UPDATED: 20:30 GMT, 5 December 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May has been granted permission to appeal against the decision to allow radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UK, court officials said today. She has been given the go-ahead by the Court of Appeal with a date for a hearing in London yet to be set. Last month the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan where he was convicted of terror charges in his absence in 1999