Simon Law was a young, talented and rich. Unfortunately he had made some of his pile helping South Africans with an offshore currency scam. When the SA Reserve Bank started poking around, Law's SA partner started to threaten him. As the row reached a peak, two hired killers from SA arrived in England and headed for Law's country house - in a car with false number plates ... We unravel the whole sordid saga.

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David Jenkins
Simon Law
Reserve Bank
South African
Paul Kempel
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