Ibrahim’s set to be shipped back to Oz

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Fadi Ibrahim could return to Australia. Picture: Stephen Cooper

“But it seems as if it is a done deal,” said one.

Australian Federal Police refused to comment.


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Mr Ibrahim Sydney home. Picture: John Grainger

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Night Club Owner John Ibrahim. Mr Ibrahim has not been charged with a criminal offence.

In the NSW Supreme court today, new details of the tobacco-smuggling syndicate with Michael and Fadi Ibrahim allegedly worked during a bail application for one of the syndicate fares Derbas.

To help Derbas six charges, to import, to distribute and the sale of 900,000 packages of illegal cigarettes.

Fares Derbas face six charges in relation to the Import of illegal cigarettes.

The court heard that four days after a secret meeting in Sydney, Sheraton on the Park in November last year, hundreds of thousands of illegally imported cigarettes were purchased from the back of a Toyota Hilux in the South West of Sydney.

The 30-accused of-year to help, Michael Ibrahim, 39, and eastern suburbs real estate agent Ryan Watsford import, and more than 900,000 packages sell illegal cigarettes to the value of $1.8 million, and amounted to the Australian government of $11 million.

The court heard the Bondi cafe-owners participated in five separate cigarette sales, including a deal in the Parking lot of a Strathfield South 7/11 in November 2016, where Derbas $620,000 passed for 100,000 packets.

After the success of these transactions, the group then organised for further of 900,000 packs of cigarettes are shipped from Dubai in July this year, with Michael Ibrahim to fly abroad for three weeks and leave Derbas responsible.

Defense lawyer John Korn told the court his client categorically all the charges against him denied

The trial continues next week before judge Lucy McCallum.