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Two guilty in Rams trial


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Judge Ian Alexander sentenced Keith, 44, of Abingdon, Oxfordshire, to 18 months in prison and disqualified him from being a director of a company for three years.

Mackenzie and Mackay were given three years each in prison and both disqualified as directors for five years.

A fourth man, solicitor David Lowe, was given a two-year jail sentence for helping the trio. He had been found guilty of money laundering as part of the same trial.

Judge Alexander said: "Before your convictions on this indictment all four of you were men of some prominence in your respective professional lives and to some

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