lawyer and a provincial official allegedly involved in a biofuel scam promoted
by ‘cash for questions’ Peer Lord Laird.
|Greg Fryett (left) Lord Laird (right)|
Fryett, who employed the Peer to promote his ‘Substainable Ago Energy company whose assets were frozen after intervention by the Serious Fraud Office last
land documents for a massive plantation in Banteay Meanchey Province in
northern Cambodia to grow jatropha, a plant used in bio fuels.
Britons many of whom offered up their pensions on a deal which Lord Laird who
said at a parliamentary promotion:
“We are on the cusp of a sustainable
evolution greater than the industrial revolution of the 19th Century and the
digital revolution of the 20th Century”.
he want out to Cambodia to sort out the problems having been promised immunity.
Administration Ouk Keo Rattanak and lawyer Ty Pov.
and Soeun Denny, were arrested last year for allegedly faking public documents
and clearing forest land.
including bamboo plantations and agarwood – which produces a fragrant incense.
Ulster Unionist Peer Lord Laird was caught in a BBC Panorama sting accepting cash for questions in Parliament.