An Accra Fast Track High Court has ordered a police officer to release assorted items, including money and passports, to one Thomas Botha of East Legon in Accra, who is on trial.

The court specifically ordered the investigator in the case, Chief Inspector Sylvester Asare Quansah of the Visa Fraud Unit of the Ghana Police Service to release forthwith 32 Ghanaian passports, 28 of which have valid United States visas.

The court presided over by Justice Mustapha Habib Logoh ordered that photographs and numbers of the passports which belong to third parties be recorded by the investigator before being handed over to Botha.

The court also ordered the release of $7,000, ? 250, GH?8,960, one Zenith Bank ATM Card, two HP printers, one HP scanner, four Zenith Bank cheque books and an ipad.

The order was issued in court after hearing Charles Pouzuing, counsel for Botha and Samuel Owetey Ansah, an Attorney from the Attorney General?s Department. The order was signed by Catherine de Souza, Registrar of the Court.

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By Jeffrey De-Graft Johnson


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