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The restraining order also precluded her from naming, by any means, a male who was a victim of her harassment. Counsel said it was alleged in her UK trial that Ms Damji had tweeted a link to a crowd-funding internet page where she had posted the male's victim impact statement.
Ms Farrell said that Ms Damji had taken no issue with the restraining order offences and that in her bail hearing Ms Damji had 'no evidence gainsaying those offences'.
Mr Storan also said that his client had not mandated and had no legal representation at her UK sentencing hearing when she was convicted in absentia for breaching the two restraining orders. Mr Storan said that this amounted to grounds for objection to surrender. It was the middle of a trial and she walked off.
Ms Damji has a serious psychological condition that could not be treated in the UK, Mr Brian Storan BL stated in court File image of Damji above. Mr Storan said that grave psychological issues arose during the trial and it could also have fed into her ability to mandate legal representation, as she had a 'breakdown before a crucial point of the trial'.
Mr Storan also said that 'a lot of information was set out but was not concise or clear' on the warrant, regarding dates and times of offences and that there was also 'lack of clarity regarding the sentence in her absence'. Regarding the misdiagnosis of her psychological condition, Mr Storan said that it was 'unlikely to be dealt with properly in the UK', which could amount to a breach of her right to life. Mr Storan said that medical documents from previous diagnoses could be put before the court but that efforts had to be made to get Ms Damji's phone, containing her 'cloud' passwords, back from An Garda Síochana.
Ms Farrell said that she failed to see any reference in the medical report that put Article 2 of the Human Rights Convention, that of the right to life, as an issue. Counsel suggested that it might be prudent to consider another assessment of Ms Damji by a consultant psychologist. Ms Damji said she would consent to an assessment. Ms Farrell said that the warrant clearly outlined the restraining order offences against which Ms Damji made 'no effort to rebut'. The European Arrest Warrant, said Ms Farrell, 'very clearly' stated that Ms Damji attended her trial and absconded leading to a bench warrant being issued in the UK.
She said that any 'pin-point' detail lacking on the warrant did not amount to an injustice towards Ms Damji. Mr Justice Burns said that he would adjourn the case to see if more information had to be requested from the UK and to consider whether or not to have Ms Damji medically assessed by a consultant psychologist.
Ms Damji had submitted that she had been working as an artist in Ireland. In September, she was denied bail while she awaits extradition proceedings brought against her by the UK and was deemed at high-risk of absconding. At her bail hearing, Mr Justice Tony Hunt said that if he were to ignore Ms Damji's high risk of absconding, the 'the casual observer might think I had taken leave of my senses'.
Ms Damji was convicted for breaching restraining orders and sentenced to 27 months in prison, having absconded from the court after three days of her trial. The court issued a bench warrant and she was arrested in Dublin in August of this year on foot of a European Arrest Warrant. A previous sitting heard that Ms Damji's father was a multi-millionaire who passed away 10 years ago and that Ms Damji claimed to gardaí that his fortune had been put into a trust for his grandchildren and that she did not inherit his wealth.
The court heard that Wood had a string of previous offences dating as far back as In total she had twelve convictions, including one for impersonating a police officer, predominantly for fraud and theft. Miss Nichola Cafferkey, defending, said that by pleading guilty at the earliest opportunity, Wood was now taking full responsibility for her crimes. In the past, she said, Wood had suffered from a gambling addition which had left her with substantial debts. She found it difficult to know where the truth began and the lies ended.
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Evelyn Gore-Strachan took more than £, from first company, before jumping ship and stealing £1 million from the second. An accountant conned two companies out of almost £2 million after she abused her position as finance director to embezzle cash.
Evelyn Gore-Strachan, 42, today began her year sentence after she stole money from the two jobs, despite earning a six-figure sum. She siphoned more than £, out of the accounts of the first company, before jumping ship when she learned she was being made redundant and stealing a further £1 million from the second. Incredibly she started defrauding the second company within weeks of starting work - in a bid to pay back the money she had stolen from the first firm.
And it emerged on Friday afternoon that Gore-Strachan had secured the trusted positions by failing to tell either firm that she had previously been jailed - having conned a dental company where she worked out of money a staggering 33 times. Gore-Strachan managed to get a pay rise to £,a-year from the second firm she worked for after convincing them she was doing a good job for them - when in reality they later had to make workers redundant because they had been left significantly out of pocket by her offending.
The Zimbabwean national, who owns a five bedroomed house, was sent back to prison and barred from being a company director for the next 15 years by a judge who described her actions as being "about as bad a case as there could be. Gore-Strachan used a total of 35 accounts to hide her ill-gotten gains, setting up bogus accounts for firms with similar-sounding names to those that she worked for in a bid to avoid detection.
Other accounts were created for completely fictitious companies, many of which had her as the sole director, a court heard.
On one occasion when suspicious colleagues phoned a number on an invoice to query it, Gore-Strachan answered the phone but disguised her voice. Prosecutor Michael Roques told Reading crown court that between and , the year-old managed to steal a total of £, from Webtech Wireless, a Vancouver-based software firm that had an office in Reading, Berks. She earned an annual salary of £44, in this post, which included bookkeeping and filing the company's tax and employee PAYE returns.
In spring the firm announced it was to close its Reading office and Gore-Strachan would be among the employees to be made redundant. It wasn't until the following year that the company discovered a number of problems with legitimate commission payments to another firm, Globetec, which had been authorised by Gore-Strachan.
An investigation showed that the money was being paid into the account of Pro Clean Services UK Ltd, Mr Roques said. It also emerged that a request to change bank account details was made using a bogus email address that was similar to those used by Globetec. Mr Roques told the court: "It diverted payments to a Barclays account with the name Globetex Ltd.
The defendant, it was established, was the director of Globetex, no doubt set up to mimic Globetec in order to further the fraud. Two full-scale investigations were launched and it emerged that Gore-Strachan had pocketed more than £, from Webtech Wireless.
The company recovered the losses through its insurers and Gore-Strachan made an arrangement with the insurance firm that she would repay £, She made a lump sum payment of £, - which, Mr Roques said, she had obtained by falsifying authorisation from a colleague at the second firm she ended up defrauding, Britannia Pharmaceuticals.
Whilst working there she twice transferred out more than £, into bank accounts she set up with names similar to a Japanese firm linked to Britannia, the court was told. In total she stole £1,, from them - leading to the confidence in the company and its share price to fall, resulting in staff being laid off or having bonus payments withheld. That was despite Gore-Strachan "using her charm" to negotiate an increased bonus from 15 per cent to 25 per cent, in line with other bosses at the firm, and a pay rise from £, to £,, Mr Roques told the court.
A complex police investigation led to Gore-Strachan eventually being charged with nine counts of fraud. Mr Roques added that Gore-Strachan had worked for a third firm, Par XL, in between her employment at Webtech Wireless and Britannia Pharmaceuticals. She has admitted defrauding money out of them as well, but the company is not chasing a prosecution as they believe any money they recoup will be outweighed by the cost of the investigation, Mr Roques told the judge sitting at Reading Crown Court.
Mike Phillips, defending, said his client had been married for more than 20 years and had two daughters, the eldest of whom attended Imperial College. She is a hypocrite, with a capital H. Mr Phillips told the court that in her resignation letter to Britannia Pharmaceuticals, Gore-Strachan said: "I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for the recent events.
I am totally repulsed by my actions. I don't recognise who I am anymore. I know I will have to recognise the full extent of my actions. He added that Gore-Strachan had been jailed for 18 months in after admitting 33 counts of fraud, having stolen around £, from a dental company. She failed to declare this when she applied for work at Webtech Wireless and Mr Phillips conceded she would not have been given the job if she had mentioned it.
Gore-Strachan, of Monarch Drive, Shinfield, Berks. She stared at the ground and showed no emotion as she listened to the details of her offending from the dock. Passing sentence Mr Recorder Martin Heslop QC said: "I have no hesitation in saying this was an extremely serious case. It was sophisticated, it was sustained - in each case over a number of years.
It involved you using companies whose names were designed to mislead, to avoid detection. It involved the use of 35 different accounts of one form or another. Mr Recorder Heslop jailed Gore-Strachan for six years on each of the four counts relating to the frauds from Webtech Wireless, which will be served concurrently to each other. She was handed an additional six year sentence for each of the five counts relating to Britannia Pharmaceutical, which will be served concurrently to each other but consecutively to the Webtech fraud - meaning she will serve a total of 12 years in prison.
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