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Former SAS trooper and ‘military charity’ fighter accused of assassinating a bikie boss with a 300m sniper shot is hit with five new charges

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The former soldier who allegedly assassinated a bikie boss in front of his wife and child with a sniper from 300m away now faces more charges.

Rebels boss Nick Martin was shot dead at a drag racing event in Perth in December, and police since arrested a 34-year-old member of ‘the world’s most fearless charity’ for his murder.

The expert marksman is part of Shadows of Hope, which works in war zones around the world both in combat and delivering aid and medicine for both sides.

The man who allegedly assassinated a bikie boss infront of his wife and child with a sniper from 300m away has been hit with fresh new charges. He is pictured in camouflage gear
The man who allegedly assassinated a bikie boss infront of his wife and child with a sniper from 300m away has been hit with fresh new charges. He is pictured in camouflage gear


Rebels boss Nick Martin (pictured with his wife) was fatally shot at a drag racing event in Perth in December, 2019 and police since arrested a 34-year-old in relation to the alleged murder
Rebels boss Nick Martin (pictured with his wife) was fatally shot at a drag racing event in Perth in December, 2019 and police since arrested a 34-year-old in relation to the alleged murder

He is now facing five more charges: Failure to provide storage facilities for firearms or ammunition, drug possession, possessing a silencer, driving a vehicle with false plates, and contravening a learner’s permit.

Location: Australia
Club: Rebels MC
Writer: SAM MCPHEE
Source: dailymail
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