"....Dr Yunes Teinaz is a dead man walking,
at least that's what his enemies say. Teinaz, a big
man with a big mouth, has a £100,000 bounty
on his head thanks to his outspoken attacks on criminal
gangs. But the gangs who Teinaz, Chartered Environmental
Health Practitioner, an adviser to the Director General
of the Islamic Cultural Centre, has fallen foul of
are not involved in prostitution, drugs or guns: they
sell meat. Illegally. ...
....'For some time, our concern has
been that nobody has done a theoretical examination
of the risks to public health. But if it could happen
we need to know. The consequences would be enormous,'
Figures to be published this month,
as part of the HM Revenue & Customs' annual review
into the illicit trade in smuggled produce, will show
an 18.5 per cent rise in the number of seizures of
illegal meat smuggled from the 15 countries that are
classed as 'high risk' of animal-borne disease. ..."
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