Hayri Göztas was calculated to have earned over £50 million in a hidden fortune which the police were never able to trace and seize, despite extensive attempts to do so. With this hidden wealth police were certain that Hayri would immediately rebuild his criminal empire on his release from prison. His deportation was vital to the safety of Great Britain, and had already being initiated by The Home Office as his release date due near.
However, instead of being escorted from prison to the airport and placed on a one-way flight to Turkey, Hayri Goztas was quietly and mysteriously released back into society. Everyone involved in the original case were also ordered to never mention Hayri again and to refuse to make any statements about him in future. He quickly faded from peoples memories.
But it has now been revealed how Hayri managed to avoid deportation and stay in Great Britain…
Through his lawyer, Hayri offered to provide information on his associates that would allow the police to close down other criminal operations and attain high profile convictions – in return for him being allowed to stay in Britain. By becoming a police informer Hayri had found his way to secure residence in England, and establish a new life for himself back in London.
On statements and evidence supplied by Hayri, Four men have so far been arrested, convicted, and sentenced to between 15 and 20 years in prison since he has been released. A fifth person is also currently awaiting trial after being arrested this year, showing that Hayri continues to provide evidence to the police in return for protection from deportation and from being re-arrested for any new offences.