Admits errors, blames it on being “extremely busy”…
The Financial Times reports today that the Serious Fraud Office has apologised to Vincent Tchenguiz for errors in search warrants used in a high-profile raid on Mr Tchenguiz’s office. According to the FT, the SFO says that its errors had come about “simply through human error” and were due to its staff not understanding the terms of a loan agreement.
Mr Tchenguiz has started a £100 million claim against the SFO for reputational damages.
See also: Tchenguiz brothers granted judicial review into dawn raids - The Times
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