The Royal court in Birmingham has sentenced 48-year-old native of Somalia Arafah Nassib, who had faked his own death to get insurance and get out of debt, to two and a half years of imprisonment.
About it writes on Wednesday, July 12, the British tabloid The Daily Mail.
The defendant was in dire financial Straits after the buy expensive furniture to furnish your house located in Walsall, in the County of West Midlands.
She spent on these purchases 80,000 pounds, and posted as much again to transport their relatives, living in a refugee camp in Tanzania, in the United Kingdom.
To pay off debts, she persuaded her 17-year-old son named Adil Qasim tell the insurance company that his mother supposedly died in the accident, which occurred in Zanzibar, and to obtain insurance in the amount of 140,000 GBP. Fake death certificate produced for her one of the African friends are women.
The naseeb at this time was in Ottawa, where left secretly and without attracting attention. However, the insurance company Scottish Widows became suspicious and filed a complaint with the police.
During the case hearings the mother and son admitted conspiracy to commit fraud. Adil Qasim was sentenced to 12 months community service.