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Court finds Watson/Wikeley fraud against Sir Owen Glenn

Bizarre case spearheaded by fugitive businessman Eric Watson and a fraudster he ‘likely met in prison’ has resulted in judgment from Kentucky Court claiming US$123.8m against Glenn’s company Kea Investments was obtained by fraud.

Sir Owen Glenn, left, accused Eric Watson, right, of involvement on fraudulent conspiracy.

Tim Hunter Mon, 27 Nov 2023

Fugitive businessman Eric Watson and an associate in Australia, Ken Wikeley, faked a “commercially non-sensical” contract with Sir Owen Glenn’s investment company in a $200 million conspiracy involving a fraudster Watson “likely met in prison”, the High Court has ruled.

The bizarre case

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