Black magic used in cocaine smuggle

A preacher used black magic to terrorise a friend into smuggling £500,000 worth of cocaine into Britain, a court heard on Monday.

Emeka Anele said the Pentecostal clergyman, Stanley Chukuma, had forced him to go through a sinister voodoo ritual binding the Nigerian to silence.

Chukuma had also recruited Prince Uzoho at a church convention in Nigeria to smuggle the 5.8kg (13lb) of cocaine through Heathrow Airport in June. Anele, 33, and Uzoho, 32, both admitted importing cocaine and were sentenced to ten years in prison.

But Chukuma, 34, is still wanted by police, the Old Bailey heard.

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Oct. 29, 2007

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