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went to school with couple of the youngers

Sonny yeah?


yep and they had a couple cousins in there as well, different surname.

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You went central foundation lol prob know my man dem from old street and Finsbury.

*waits for anelka's post*

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Terry Adams is a real g

Hows can man buy back his own carti from a police auction that was previously confiscated from him


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The brother of notorious crime bosses Terry and Tommy Adams was arrested along with his wife in a dawn raid today as part of a money-laundering investigation.  
Officers from the Metropolitan Police's Operation Octopod arrested a total of seven people this morning, including an accountant and a solicitor, in a series of raids across London.  
They also seized around £100,000 in cash from an office believed to be one of the Adams 's headquarters.
Michael Adams, 48, and his wife Debra, 46, were seen shouting as they were bundled into a van by officers outside their home in Finchley, north London.
Members of the Adams syndicate have been linked to at least 25 murders worldwide, as well as drug trafficking, extortion, hijacking and white-collar crime.  
The group detained today, including a trained accountant turned property developer and a solicitor, are suspected of laundering millions of pounds through an investment scheme. 
The raids were carried out under the Proceeds of Crime Act and included specialist financial investigators, the Territorial Support Group, the dog unit, local police teams and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.  
They executed search warrants simultaneously at seven residential addresses in Limehouse, Shoreditch, Hendon, Finchley, Dartford, Dorking and Rye.



Detectives are continuing to carry out searches of the premises, but they have already seized items such as financial documents, computers and mobile phones, which will be sent away for forensic examination.  

Four men and three women, aged between their 30s and 70s, were held by police, although none has been charged with a crime.  
The latest arrests bring the total number linked to the Adams family to 22, following similar raids in February when almost £300,000 in cash was seized along with a haul of deadly weapons.  
One raid was carried out on a £2.5million central London mansion owned by Tommy Adams, 55, and his wife Androulla, 54.  
Tommy - who once led the syndicate with his brothers Terry and Patrick - was jailed for seven and a half years in 1998 after admitting his role in an £8million cannabis smuggling plot.  
Terry, who has not been arrested in the raids, was jailed for seven years in 2007 after being convicted of money laundering.  
Octopod is the biggest operation to date against the organised crime group.  
Detective Chief Superintendent Tom Manson said: 'This is continuing activity, bringing together some of the Met's most skilful teams to target a highly harmful organised crime group which we believe also has links across Britain and Europe.  
'The group as a whole is known to be involved in serious and violent crime which is harming people and damaging communities across London. We believe those arrested today are laundering huge quantities of cash.  
'We believe they - with other members of the group - are responsible for a multi-million pound criminal business, the proceeds of which are laundered and either pumped into other illegal money-making schemes or spent on luxurious living.  
'Operation Octopod is a demonstration of the sheer investigative force the Met can apply to organised gangs - some of whom think they can hide criminal cash from the police.'   
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Dunno much about them but seeing bare peeps on my fb with free adams. Broads amd all.

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