- Graham Freeman was jailed for stealing confidential information for firms
- He says publication of the names of the companies would rock the City
- Says police are reluctant to release details of businesses
- It would expose failure to investigate serious fraud allegations
Graham Freeman, one of four private detectives jailed last year for stealing confidential information on behalf of big business clients, says publication of the names of the companies would rock the City and lead to high-profile prosecutions.
He claims the police and the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) are also reluctant to release the details because it would expose their own failure to investigate serious fraud allegations over years.