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Airdrie murder case man banned from business over missing cash

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iOS - Android They say he deprived the public purse of over £130,000 in unpaid tax after failing to hand over accounts for his collapsed wholesales firm – which was taken over from a convicted drug dealer.Jenkins is disqualified from running companies for seven years.He maintained his innocence after being convicted of murdering Jeanie, 41, following a three-week trial at the High Court in Glasgow in 2010.She died after she left her house to look for her son.The court heard Jeanie was followed into her garden by three people, one of whom lunged forward and appeared to punch her, before she collapsed telling her husband: “I have been stabbed.”She died in Monklands Hospital later that day.Almost a year after Jenkins’ conviction, appeal judges.

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