Pakistani Cricketers selling themselves

Viewcount: 1842 31/08/2010 Three people have been arrested by Customs officials in connection with our match-fixing investigation into the Pakistan cricket team. Two men and a woman, all from London, were questioned yesterday as part of the probe into money laundering, HM Revenue and Customs said. They have been released on bail. HM Revenue and Customs said in a statement: “Three individuals were arrested on Sunday as part of an ongoing investigation into money laundering. “This includes two 35-year-olds – a male and a female – from the Croydon area, and a 49-year-old male from the Wembley area. “These individuals were arrested, questioned and have been bailed pending further investigation.” The development came as it was announced that three Pakistan cricketers will meet officials from their country in London tomorrow. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt and the country’s high commissioner will talk to Test captain Salman Butt and bowlers Mohammad Aamer and Mohammad Asif, their team manager announced today. Yawar Saeed said the three players would be expected to return to the squad after the meeting. We named the trio – along with wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal – in connection with a plot to deliberately bowl no-balls to order in the recently-concluded fourth Test at Lord’s. Our reporters posed as Far Eastern businessmen paying a middleman £150000 to arrange the deal. The cricketers were later questioned by Scotland Yard officers at their London hotel and

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