The former bodyguard & # 39; Tongan Sam & # 39; by Ibrahim pleads not guilty of owning an unauthorized weapon
One-time Ibrahim family bodyguard Semi Ngata has argued not to be guilty of owning an unauthorized weapon.
Investigators in Sydney arrested the 61-year-old – commonly known as Tongan Sam – in a Merrylands house on Wednesday and accused him of owning an unauthorized gun.
The charge relates to a loaded Bayard gun that was reportedly found in January when police stopped a four-wheel drive in western Sydney, powered by a 26-year-old.
One-time Ibrahim family bodyguard Semi Ngata (left, with John Ibrahim) has argued not to be guilty of owning an unauthorized weapon
Ngata introduced a plea for non-guilt on Thursday at Fairfield Local Court.
He has been one of the most trusted figures of the Ibrahims and was previously described by Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim as "a brother" for the family.
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