E-waste fraudster ordered to pay back £1.3m

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Terry Soloman Dugbo is currently serving more than seven years in prison for e-waste crimes

A court in Leeds has ordered a waste criminal to pay back more than £1.3m in illegal gains harvested through an e-waste scam, the Environment Agency announced last week. Terry Soloman Dugbo, who is...

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