Helped by police,
W M, 40, from
Records show that 32-year-old W Z alone owed Nakheel Dh3.7m.
"A few days after the meeting, W Z requested to meet me," said W M. "In this meeting he offered me Dh200,000 in return for helping him to cancel the fines."
W M said he refused the money and told
"We settled on Dh500,000 if I cancel the fines," said W M.
"After seeing the papers, he gave me Dh400,000 and said the remaining amount would be handed over once he ensured the validity of the documents," W M said.
W Z was arrested once he opened the bag containing the money.
Despite the evidence, W Z was acquitted of the charges.
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