Fugitive counterfeiter Zahid Khan in a court encounter with police on ‘200k Ferrari’

Fugitive fraudster Zahid Khan is proud that he is finally ready for his day in court after suing West Midlands Police over the destruction of his £ 200,000 Ferrari Spider. And the ridiculous criminal, who fled the UK to Dubai, claims to have already appeared in a video camera.

The Moseley bully has now said he is preparing for the final hearing of the civil lawsuit in Birmingham County Court on September 23. The force is defending the writ – and has the extradition order to bring the notorious criminal home to serve his sentence.

In an email to Birmingham Live, Khan, 36, told our reporter: “I returned to court on September 23, 2022. I hope justice will be done.”

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We had earlier obtained county court papers which revealed new details of the extraordinary civil case. He showed how police rushed to seize the supercar when Khan proudly posted a picture of him standing on the sidewalk outside Birmingham Crown Court after appearing in a nearby magistrate’s court.

The ‘Right of’ Ferrari was stopped and confiscated by the police on April 5, 2017, weeks later. The force later announced that the car was crushed because it had no valid insurance and was a Category B vehicle – according to police, such designated vehicles have been declared inoperable and that means The shell must be destroyed.

Khan sent documents to our reporter in his new e-mail, which he claimed would help validate his original insurance.

Zahid Khan’s fugitive was standing outside Birmingham Crown Court.

He said: “I would like to share my insurance documents provided by my insurance broker who issued my insurance for my Ferrari 458 Spider when it was illegally destroyed by the police.

“The letters confirm that my insurer knew that the vehicles were in category B, they also confirmed that they were aware of all my punishments as well as the fact that the vehicle was in a police compound. ۔ “

He also revealed that he had previously appeared in a UK court on March 1 – but via video camera. He added: “I am very confident that justice will be done in my favor because I have a lot of evidence to prove that I was the rightful owner and insured.”

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Zahid Khan in the cockpit of the plane
(Photo: Birmingham Mail)

Khan has been on the run since June 2018 after spending 10 years in absentia for 500,000 number plate fraud. He partially escaped during his trial. Since then, he has been regularly posting photos and videos from Dubai on Facebook.

It claims that the اری 200,000 worth of Ferrari will be sold as spare parts. His legal team said he was improperly confiscated and destroyed by the force, claiming that his client had the right insurance.

West Midlands Police have denied all the allegations and pointed out that Khan is a convicted forger whose “evidence cannot be trusted” in his defense papers in court. The force also denied all allegations that an officer had mishandled the vehicle in seizing and destroying it, claiming that it should not have been insured as Khan had given insurers its category. B’s status and misleading about his past road crimes.

The force also said in its defense submitted to the court that Khan had allegedly paid different prices to different car insurers while obtaining insurance and claimed to be an airline pilot and catering industry. I work

Khan was stopped by police at Ax Green a few weeks after the car was shot on the court floor. He was handcuffed before being released.

His fugitive was confiscated, but the fugitive thugs claim that there are conflicting reasons for the seizure. West Midlands Police deny the allegations. The force later released a video of the moment the sports car was crushed – at a screed yard in Birmingham.

West Midlands Police confirmed the September 23 court hearing.

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