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Sunday, 21 November 2010

Muslim Police Community Officer jailed for conning Birmingham women

Left: Naeem Naguthney.

In 2008 he told two American Christians in Alum Rock that they could not preach there, and that attempting to convert Muslims to Christianity was a hate crime.

Although the public called for him to be sacked, he was simply moved to Erdington.

Now Naguthney has been jailed for a year for conning two women out of nearly £8,000 by lying to them that he was in debt.

Can any Muslims be trusted to wear the police uniform in Britain?

The Sunday Mercury reports: A WEST Midlands Police Community Safety Officer has been jailed for a year for conning two women out of nearly £8,000 by lying to them that he was in debt.

The force has condemned the criminal actions of Naeem Naguthney who told his Birmingham victims he was suicidal due to the amount of money he owed.

It is not the first time the 33 year-old has landed himself in trouble with his employers.

Two years ago he was reprimanded after he stopped two Christian preachers from handing out Bible extracts
in Alum Rock,in the heart of the Muslim community in Birmingham.


Naguthney, a Muslim, accused Arthur Cunningham and Joseph Abraham, of committing a hate crime.

The move sparked fear that the area had become a no-go a zone for non-Muslims.

Following the controversy the force moved Naguthney to work in Erdington.

But he then proceeded to con vulnerable women out of thousands of pounds by feeding them untrue sob stories about his debt problems while on duty.

Before he was jailed Naguthney enjoyed a trip to Goa, India, where he met former England football star John Barnes at a football tournament.

Naguthney pleaded guilty to willful misconduct in a public office and dishonestly making a false representation to make gain for self or other at Stafford Crown Court earlier this month.

As well as been jailed for 12 months he was ordered to pay one of his victims, Sandy Christopher, £6,400 compensation.

His second victim Sandra King, 63, said she handed over £1,300 to Naguthney in March last year.

Sandra, a former psychiatric nurse, told the Sunday Mercury: “You don’t expect someone in a uniform to do something like this. Read more

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