AN alleged war criminal named one of Interpol’s most wanted British fugitives is living in a London cul-de-sac.
Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin, 69, was convicted in his absence in 2013 of crimes against humanity relating to the Bangladeshi War of Independence in 1971.
The former NHS director allegedly led a vicious militia said to have executed 18 intellectuals while it fought the Pakistan split.
Mueen-Uddin was sentenced to be hanged by a war crimes tribunal in the capital Dhaka, which he claimed was highly flawed.
His lawyers branded it a “show trial” and he refused to attend.