British Muslim leader turns out to be wanted war criminal

War criminal ‘executioner’ on Interpol’s most wanted list who once posed alongside Prince Charles is found living in a £1million home in a leafy north London cul-de-sac

A British Muslim leader wanted by Interpol having been found guilty of war crimes is currently living in a £1m house in a north London suburb.

Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin, who was photographed with Prince Charles in 2003 at an event in Leicester was found guilty of ‘abetting and complicity to the commission of the offence of extermination as a crime against humanity’ in his native Bangladesh.

The 69-year-old former NHS administrator was put on trial in his absence over the murder of 18 people during Bangladesh’s brutal War of Independence in 1971.