He said: Its the culmination of a long-running investigation to build up the evidence we needed to secure a conviction.
At the time football fans' websites were flooded with speculation about his identity, with many accurately naming 54-year-old Grant and his club within hours of the story breaking.
Some of these people were peering through my letterbox in the middle of the night it was quite scary.
Personally, I dont approve of prostitution; I believe ladies can use their talents elsewhere.Sergeant Pete Phillips, from the Baffins Safer Neighbourhoods team, said residents had put up with a lot.Brothels are not a big problem for communities in Portsmouth, but if you suspect youre living next door to one, tell.Id like to thank everyone who came forward with their concerns, he said.By using Twitters services you agree to our.London (Reuters) - A Roman Catholic bishop in the city of Portsmouth is backing a campaign to legalise brothels without in any way condoning them.Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.He may get a call from Pope, but what he is saying is correct.I would be very much happier if there was no prostitution in Portsmouth, he told The Portsmouth News.People living in Tangier Road, in Baffins, Portsmouth, also had to put up with confused punters knocking on their doors late at night looking for the flat.Prostitution is not against the law in the UK, nor is using the services of a prostitute in a private place, but keeping a brothel is illegal under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, and carries a maximum prison sentence of seven years.Mark Cosgrave, 41, who also lives above the brothel, said: I didnt click on at first then I went downstairs one day and there were men sitting on the stairs and I asked them what they were doing.In recent months there have been a number of cases in which wealthy and famous individuals have successfully used the Human Rights Act to gag the media.
The married father of two, formerly in charge.
People walk through a red light district in the northern German town of Hamburg in this photograph taken on March 3, 2006.
Grant has come to the attention of police after they launched an investigation into a brothel where prostitutes charge 130 for intercourse.
Because of the amount of time he has spent in custody since police raided the flat in October, Liu is due to be deported to China this week.