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Australia Trio plead not guilty to Vic club killings

03:16  30 march  2020
03:16  30 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Scales of justice. © AAP Image/Dave Hunt Scales of justice. Three men have pleaded not guilty over a double-fatal drive-by shooting at a Melbourne nightclub last year and will stand trial in the Supreme Court.

Jacob Elliott and Allan Fares are both charged with the murders of security guard Aaron Osmani and patron Richard Arow outside Melbourne's Love Machine nightclub last April.

They're also charged with the attempted murder of three others.

A third man, Moussa Hamka, is charged with being an accessory after the fact after a 32-calibre firearm was allegedly found in his bedroom after the shooting.

All three pleaded not guilty in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday.

The trio will bypass the usual committal process in that court, with the case to head straight to trial.

They're due to face a directions hearing in the Supreme Court on April 6.

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