(LONDON) NCA REPORT: The suspected head of a crime network involved in smuggling migrants to the UK in the back of lorries has been extradited to Belgium to face trial #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Aug.07: The man was subject to a European Arrest Warrant issued by a judge in Antwerp, Belgium, where he is alleged to have organised the transportation of significant numbers of people throughout 2018 and 2019:

European Arrest Warrant: Suspected head of people smuggling network extradited to Belgium: ‘The 30-year-old Iraqi national was tracked down and arrested by the National Crime Agency in January 2020. He was living in a property in Cippenham, Slough, at the time’

Man in handcuffs with two officers

Migrants would be moved from Brussels to motorway service lorry parks, where they would be loaded onto trucks bound for the UK. The group would often use refrigerated lorries.

The 30-year-old’s extradition was confirmed by the UK courts on 12 March 2021, after he withdrew an appeal against it. On 27 March he was returned to Belgium where he is now remanded in custody and awaiting trial.

NCA head of organised immigration crime operations, Miles Bonfield, said:

“NCA officers both in the UK and overseas have worked closely with our Belgian counterparts throughout this investigation.

“We are determined to do all we can to tackle criminal people smuggling networks impacting on the UK, no matter where they are.

“These networks are ruthless, treating migrants as a commodity to be profited from, and we have seen the tragic consequences that can come about when refrigerated lorries are used in such attempts.”

1 April 2021

#AceNewsDesk report ……..Published: Apr.07: 2021:

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‘ Doctors, Teachers, Care Workers and Former Police Officers Among 600 Suspected Paedophiles Arrested But NO MP’s ‘

#AceWorldNews – BRITAIN (London) – July 16 – Doctors, teachers, care workers and former police officers are among more than 600 suspected paedophiles arrested following a massive nationwide police operation.


The unprecedented investigation, involving every police force in the UK and coordinated by the National Crime Agency (NCA), took six months to complete.

The operation initially targeted people suspected of accessing indecent images of children on-line, but some of those arrested have now been charged with a wide range of offences, including serious sexual assault.

A total of 660 people were arrested as part of the operation and spokesman for the NCA said more than 400 children throughout Britain had been safeguarded.

Many of those arrested were people who had access to children in the course of their work.

The majority had not previously been on the police’s radar and had not previously been arrested for sex offences.

None of those arrested is a serving or former MP or member of the Government, according to the NCA.

Phil Gormley, deputy director general of the NCA, said: “This is the first time the UK has had the capability to coordinate a single targeted operation of this nature. Over the past six months we have seen unprecedented levels of cooperation to deliver this result.

“Our aim was to protect children who were victims of or might be at risk of sexual exploitation.

Read More:Telegraph 



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‘Two Weeks’ To Prepare For Cyber Attack As Word Cyber War’s Begin

The National Crime Agency is warning computer users they have two weeks to protect against a “powerful computer attack”. It comes as US officials held a press conference accusing a Russian hacker of masterminding the scam and raking in £60m. Two pieces of malware software known as GOZeuS and CryptoLocker are at the centre of the alert. People are being warned to make sure their security software and operating system are both up to date, and to run scans to check for any problems. Important files should also be backed up, said the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA). The malware typically infects a computer via attachments or links in emails.

If a user clicks on one of them, the malware silently monitors activity and tries to capture any private information, such as banking details. “(The links or attachments) may look like they have been sent by genuine contacts and may purport to carry invoices, voicemail messages, or any file made to look innocuous,” the NCA warned.”These emails are generated by other victims’ computers, who do not realise they are infected, and are used to send mass emails creating more victims.” The agency said GOZeuS (also known as P2PZeuS) was responsible for hundreds of millions of pounds of fraud globally. Sky’s Technology Correspondent Tom Cheshire said: “We should all be concerned. It goes specifically after financial information, and if that is over a certain threshold it starts stealing it very silently without you necessarily noticing.”

The second threat comes from the Cryptolocker malware, activated if the first attack is not profitable enough. It locks a user out of their files, for example photos or music, and threatens to delete them unless a “ransom” of several hundred pounds is paid. More than 15,500 computers in the UK are infected and “many more” are at risk, according to the NCA.

Computers running Windows software are said to be most vulnerable

Stewart Garrick, a senior investigator with the NCA, told Sky News the threat was mainly against individuals or businesses running Windows-based computers. “It’s utterly indiscriminate – it doesn’t care what machine it falls on “It’s there purely for the criminals to harvest your money direct from your bank account, or by demanding a ransom to get your files back.” FBI action in the US had weakened the network of affected computers, said the NCA, “meaning that action taken now to strengthen online safety can be particularly effective”.

Thirty-year-old Russian Evgeniy Bogachev is the alleged leader of the gang behind the attacks, FBI executive assistant director Robert Anderson told a news conference in Washington DC. “They (the FBI) have disrupted the network and taken control of it,” said Sky’s Tom Cheshire. “So when the hackers try to speak to the computer that’s affected, that line of communication has been cut off. “You now have a chance to clean up. The first thing you should do is update your operating system – especially if you’re on Windows, then look to scan your computer for viruses and it should be able to find it.

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#NSA Money Pak Locks Your Computer and Demands a Ransom – Here is How to Remove it!

"Pay To Unlock Your Computer"

“Pay To Unlock Your Computer”

#AceSecurityNews says  how to remove National Security Agency virus (NSA MoneyPak Virus) as it is extremely dangerous ransom-ware that locks your PC to demand $300 ransom money and silently collect your banking details. National Security Agency virus could only be removed with manual solution, please follow this video tutorial to get rid of NSA virus and unlock your PC quickly and safely.

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