The wife of a detective who's accused of being a major drugs dealer has told a court that she had no idea about his criminal life.
It's claimed that Nick McFadden made a fortune out of selling drugs that had been seized from criminals he was helping to put behind bars.
McFadden told police he'd come into money after his wife Clair developed cancer and cashed in an insurance policy. Today she told a jury at Leeds Crown Court that he was lying. David Hirst reports.
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