London HSBC employee jailed for using 7/7 victim’s account

LONDON – An HSBC employee in London of has been sentenced for two years for stealing from the account of a man killed in the July 7, 2005 terrorist bombings in London.

Anthony Fatayi-Williams was killed when a suicide bomb detonated on a bus on London’s Tavistock Square. Paul Walsh, a professional studies officer who arranged loans for customers at the bank’s Market Hill branch in Cambridge, began stealing from Fatayi-Williams’s account in November 2006 while police were still investigating the

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