12.10.06

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Abu Hamza, the radical cleric, bought a house for £220,000 in cash and let it out while receiving legal aid, it was claimed yesterday.
An investigation by the Legal Services Commission has led to a freeze on the sale of the four-bedroom property in Greenford, west London.
Hamza has been claiming legal aid for his fight against allegations of incitement to murder, for which he received a seven-year jail sentence this year.
The bill is thought to come to around £250,000. Nothing has yet been paid.
The former imam of Finsbury Park mosque claims he has "no assets of any sort" and his wife and seven children live in a £600,000 council-owned house in Hammersmith, west London.

Notícia Telegraph.