The Church of England vicar involved in carrying out hundreds of fake marriages to bypass immigration law has been jailed for four years.
Rev Alex Brown conducted 360 sham marriages during a four-year period at the Church of St Peter and St Paul in St Leonards, Sussex.
Co-defendants Vladimir Buchak, 33, and solicitor and pastor Michael Adelasoye, 50, were also jailed for four years.
The Crown Prosecution Service said it was thought to be the largest sham marriage case yet brought to court.
The trio were found guilty at Lewes Crown Court in July of conspiring to facilitate the commission of breaches of immigration laws.
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