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AustraliaKings Cross identity John Ibrahim challenges gun ban

11:06  21 march  2019
11:06  21 march  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

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Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim challenges gun ban© Janie Barrett John Ibrahim is applying to have a firearm prohibition order lifted.

A secret tribunal hearing was held for police to argue why Kings Cross nightclub owner John Ibrahim should not have a gun in his absence after the Sydney identity challenged the ban.

Police slapped Mr Ibrahim with a firearm prohibition order during a raid involving sniffer dogs searching his Dover Heights mansion in July last year, in a move his lawyer Abbas Soukie described at the time as "an abuse of process".

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller granted the prohibition order, a special power allowing police to search the home or car of a target without a warrant, claiming Mr Ibrahim was "not fit, in the public interest, to have possession of a firearm".

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John Houssam Ibrahim (25 August 1970) is a former Kings Cross nightclub owner. Police allege Ibrahim is a "major organised-crime figure" and was labelled as the "lifeblood of the drugs industry of Kings Cross " during the 1995 Wood royal commission.

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Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim challenges gun ban© Seven News Police searching John Ibrahim's home in July 2018.

Mr Ibrahim, now a best-selling author for his memoir Last King of the Cross, has applied to the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a review of the gun ban, requiring police to disclose material relevant to their decision.

Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim challenges gun ban© AAP Kyle Sandilands outside John Ibrahim's home.

But in a judgment published on Thursday, NCAT senior member Philip Boyce ruled NSW Police did not have to lodge copies of the documents relevant to its stance against Mr Ibrahim.

Mr Boyce said the police Commissioner applied to the tribunal to receive the documents "in a private hearing, in the absence of Mr Ibrahim and his lawyers, and that the documents not be disclosed to Mr Ibrahim or his lawyers."

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John Ibrahim arrives at St Vincent’s Hospital after the shooting of his brother Michael last night. Michael Ibrahim was acquitted in 2012 of conspiring to murder nightclub owner John Macris, who he believed was responsible for gunning down his brother, Fadi Ibrahim , outside a home in Sydney’s

The Kings Cross identity 's home at Dover Heights in Sydney's glamorous eastern suburbs was targeted along Fadi Ibrahim , brother of Kings Cross identity John , has been arrested in Dubai. Ahmad is the brother of slain gangland kingpin Wally Ahmad, who was gunned down on the rooftop

Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim challenges gun ban© AAP Sarah Budge

Mr Boyce said the hearing was held in closed court, without Mr Ibrahim or his lawyers being present.

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Meanwhile, the son of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim has been slapped with a fresh drugs charge. Fadi Ibrahim and younger brother Michael Ibrahim were arrested in Dubai, while John 's son, Daniel, was arrested for allegedly handing over .25 million to buy illegal tobacco.

Ibrahim laughs with Sandilands as cash and powder confiscated in raid. Money and white powder have been taken as evidence from Kings Cross identity John A hidden underground tunnel leading from the clifftop mansion of Sydney nightclub figure John Ibrahim to a nearby public park was reportedly

Radio broadcaster Kyle Sandilands, a friend of Mr Ibrahim's, arrived during last year's search of Mr Ibrahim's cliff-top home, telling assembled media there were no guns inside the house.

"They've been here like 40 times. They've pulled out walls with suction caps, there are no guns here. Stop wasting money," Sandilands said.

Mr Soukie released a statement following the search, saying his client "vigorously challenged" the order.

"It is our view that the firearm prohibition order constitutes an abuse of process and is entirely without merit," he said.

"Mr Ibrahim emphatically rejects any suggestion, express or implied, of any involvement in any illegal activity, and regards the continued and sustained harassment by NSW Police as unwarranted".

He has not been charged with any offences.

In an unrelated matter, Mr Ibrahim's model girlfriend Sarah Budge is facing trial for allegedly possessing an unauthorised Glock 26 pistol following raids relating to a tobacco and drug importation syndicate in 2017.

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The son and model girlfriend of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim have both been granted bail following police raids across Sydney. Mr Ibrahim 's son, Daniel Ibrahim , who also goes by the name Daniel Taylor, was granted bail on Wednesday after prosecutors did not oppose it.

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The trial, which was due to begin in the NSW District Court in February, was delayed so Ms Budge could care for her terminally ill mother.

Mr Ibrahim's brother Michael admitted in December to being involved the smuggling ring in which his younger brother Fadi is also allegedly a player.

Fadi Ibrahim is only charged in relation to allegedly importing tobacco products.

Daniel Taylor, the son of John Ibrahim, last year had a charge of dealing with an instrument of crime, relating to handling $2.25 million cash, dismissed.

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