Anti-Islamic leader charged after shooting

Anti-Islamic leader charged after shooting

April 19, 2014

The controversial anti-Islamic leader Nathan Abela has been charged with hindering the investigation into a shooting at his home in Sydney's west.

Officers were called to Greystanes just after 11pm on April 3 after shots were fired into a unit block.

The 24-year-old Abela claimed he had to duck for cover after someone knocked on his door and several shots were fired at his unit.

At the time, NSW police were investigating anti-Islamic comments the Australian Defence League leader posted on Facebook.

Police arrested Abela and charged him with hindering a police investigation on Thursday.


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