The women who fleeced elderly aunt of £200k - and secret court that bans you from knowing who they are

Martin Beckford;Robert Verkaik
May 2013
Mail on Sunday;5/19/2013, p45
TWO women put in charge of an elderly relative's finances left her in a cheap care home and cut off her money while they bought designer watches and cars in a £200,000 spending spree.


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