Albanian bogus asylum seeker in the UK Elidon Habilaj told a pack of lies to get a British passport and a job with the Serious Organised Crime Agency.
Fact stranger than fiction.
He has now jumped bail and fled the country, while English Defence League's Tommy Robinson is languishing in jail without bail:
But he was unmasked after being spotted checking his TRUE details on a computer at work.
Prosecutor Christian Moll said: “IWF is a database used by SOCA to track the actions and movements of people who are of interest to the Agency.”
Habilaj’s immediate boss spotted what was on the computer screen, he said.
Mr Moll told London’s Snaresbrook Crown Court: “He could clearly see the defendant was mentioned on the IWF, and this was confirmed when Mr Habilaj double-clicked on the screen and a photo of himself came up.”
Checks were made and 35-year-old Habilaj’s sham story exposed. He had claimed to be Farid Ademi, a refugee from war-torn Kosovo, when he arrived in Britain on “the back of a lorry” in September 1998.
He claimed his brother had been tortured to death and his father was killed in the fighting.
Habilaj was granted asylum and later got British citizenship and a passport — which he used to get a job at SOCA, as an intelligence officer at its headquarters in Vauxhall, South London.
After being rumbled last January, Habilaj was charged with entering the UK by deception, which he denied. But he jumped bail and FLED the country the next month — and is being tried in his absence.