U.K. RUGBY STAR BUSTED FOR COUNTERFEIT INK CARTRIDGES

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U.K. RUGBY STAR BUSTED FOR COUNTERFEIT INK CARTRIDGES

 user 2008-08-19 at 5:10:50 pm Views: 62
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    http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/general/rugby-league/raynor-facing-police-fraud-investigation-897414.html
    Raynor facing police fraud investigation
    The
    availability of the Hull and Great Britain winger, Gareth Raynor, for
    the World Cup is unclear after he was questioned by police about an
    alleged counterfeit ink cartridge fraud.

    Raynor spent several
    hours at Beverley Police Station being interviewed about the matter and
    Humberside Police said that inquiries, also involving East Riding
    Trading Standards officers, were continuing.

    Raynor already has
    a six-month suspended prison sentence hanging over him after admitting
    a charge of racially aggravated common assault over an attack on a
    doorman at a lap-dancing club in Blackpool at Preston Crown Court last
    month.

    His solicitor, Bill Waddington, issued a statement
    through Hull FC acknowledging that he had been interviewed about
    alleged offences under the Trademarks Act.

    “Any wrongdoing by Mr Raynor is categorically denied,” he said.

    Raynor is not involved in this Sunday’s match at Bradford because he is serving a one-match ban for striking an opponent.

    He
    is, however, a certain selection for Hull’s Challenge Cup final against
    St Helens on 30 August and equally likely to be in England’s squad for
    the World Cup in Australia in October and November.

    Saints’ Leon
    Pryce, another certainty for the tournament, is facing assault charges
    that could jeopardise his involvement. The loss of one or both of the
    players would be a severe blow to the England coach, Tony Smith.

    Salford,
    who have denied agreeing terms with Paul Sculthorpe, have signed the
    Gold Coast back-rower, Luke Swain, on a two-year contract in
    preparation for their return to Super League next season.