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The harrowing second a western Sydney prison lawyer was gunned down in broad daylight alongside a busy Bankstown strip has been performed to a jury.

Ho Ledinh was murdered when a gunman fired three pictures into his again as he sat on the Joyful Cup Cafe at Bankstown in January 2018.

Abraham Sinai is standing trial within the NSW Supreme Court docket the place he was pleaded not responsible to homicide and denied masterminding the execution.

Each the crown prosecution and defence have informed the jury that gunman Arthur Keleklio fired a volley of pictures with a .45 calibre pistol into Mr Ledinh earlier than fleeing via the again streets of Bankstown.

Keleklio has pleaded responsible to homicide earlier than the NSW Supreme Court docket.

The video performed to the jury exhibits Keleklio going right into a public rest room earlier than making his method in direction of the homicide scene.

Carrying a inexperienced high-vis shirt and cap, he winds his method via Bankstown Metropolis Plaza earlier than coming to the Joyful Cup Cafe.

He walks as much as Mr Ledinh – who’s sitting ingesting with two associates – and fires the deadly pictures into the again of the prison lawyer, who stumbles earlier than falling to the bottom.

The horrifying footage exhibits Mr Ledinh momentarily rise to his toes earlier than slumping to the ground as a person involves his help.

Justice Robert Hulme launched the grotesque footage however solely on the situation that the second that Mr Ledinh is shot and falls to the bottom just isn’t proven.

An older man is seen to chase Keleklio, pointing on the gunman as he races down the Stuart Lane alleyway earlier than the gunman makes his escape.

The courtroom has been informed that Keleklio made his option to an East Terrace parking zone the place Mr Sinai was ready in a gray Nissan van that was used as a getaway car.

Crown prosecutor Sean Hughes informed the jury this week that Mr Sinai helped orchestrate and organise Mr Ledinh’s killing and “he was in on it”.

“He wasn’t there by chance,” Mr Hughes mentioned of Mr Sinai being there to assist Keleklio make his getaway.

Nonetheless, Mr Sinai’s defence barrister Mark Tedeschi mentioned nobody contained in the van knew of the homicide plot.

Mr Tedeschi has informed the jury that whereas Mr Sinai and Keleklio knew one another, they’d not been in touch for over every week previous to the homicide.

The crown prosecution has alleged that Mr Ledinh was killed over a monetary dispute involving one among his shoppers, Tri Nguyen.

The courtroom was informed that Mr Ledinh claimed {that a} man named “Khai” owed Mr Nguyen cash.

Mr Hughes informed the jury this week that Mr Sinai labored as a debt collector and enforcer for “Khai”.

Nonetheless, Mr Tedeschi described the crown’s case as counting on “suspicion” and “hypothesis”.

The trial earlier than Justice Hulme continues.

supply : information.google.com

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