22k for man detained just for watching police arrest Citybosswhoowes millionsdisappears A FINANCIER who owes millions in investments he made for clients such as The Ivy owner Richard Caring has vanished. Nicholas Levene, 45, the vice-chairman of Leyton Orient football club, had his assets frozen by the High Court after claims that he failed to return profits in excess of 70m. The derivatives trader, who has denied any wrongdoing, failed to appear at court, resulting in a legal order stopping him from selling his shareholdings or house and requiring disclosure of his funds in northern Cyprus. by georgina littlejohn Frozen assets: Nicholas Levene 14 Wednesday, 14 October 2009 London Lite 50%off 30 iave xxclusive Visit carphonewarehouseucom Call 0800 781 7975 *eehen you top up 10 by credit/debit card orr n0n0 ffor cash purchases. t great deal more, for less. tf you want a phone thats more than a phone, look no further. ehether its to stay in touch with mates or listen to tunes, weve got the coolest phones at the hottest prices. ookia n330 Was 39.95 Was 29.95 oow 19.95* iony Ericsson W595 Was 129.95 oow 99.95* A BLACK youth worker who was handcuffed and detained by police for watching a teenager being stopped and searched is set to receive 22,000 com- pensation and an apology. Ken Hinds today criticised British Transport Police, who left him in a cell for four hours and charged him during the ordeal. Mr Hinds, who liaises with police in his work for a charity tackling gang violence, will receive the payout in an agreement to be finalised this week. He said: I am so angry at the way they treated me. It shows 30 years on relations with the police and the black community have not improved. The black community treats the police with suspicion and incidents like this add fuel to that. The 50-year-old from Edmonton brought a claim for false imprisonment and malicious prosecution in the High Court after two failed attempts to take his complaint to the Independent Police Complaints Commission. Mr Hinds sits on the Metropolitan Polices Black Independent Advisory Committee and chairs the Haringey stop- and-search monitoring group. He stopped to observe police officers search a black youth at Seven Sisters station in May 2004. He said: The youth looked scared. I wanted to watch to be sure he had a wit- ness in case he was hurt. An officer spotted me and told me to f*** off. When I told him I knew my rights, he said, Im going to nick him. They then put me in tight handcuffs. A charge of threatening and abusive behaviour was dropped after magistrates decided a Pc was not a credible witness. The BTP deny liability but agreed to apologise. index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html