Sam Ibrahim has pleaded guilty to plotting to supply firearms. Photo: SuppliedFormer Sydney bikie boss Hassan “Sam” Ibrahim has pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply guns as part of a racket involving his sister, her partner and the former drummer of the band Rose Tattoo.
Ibrahim, the oldest brother of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim, entered the plea in the Downing Centre District Court on Thursday morning after his co-accused all made similar admissions earlier this week.
According to an agreed statement of facts tendered in court, the 51-year-old “actively planned and organised” for his sister Jazz Dior and her partner Elvis Mileski to obtain guns for his friend and former Rose Tattoo drummer Paul DeMarco who would then sell them to a buyer.
But unfortunately for the foursome, their plot was thwarted as the buyer was an undercover police officer.
Phone taps and surveillance bugs captured the four discussing their plans among one another and with the officer posing as a buyer in 2014.
The negotiations ultimately resulted in an agreement to supply five Glocks, although the plan never came to fruition.
In one phone call with Dior, who is his youngest sister and runs a car wash, Ibrahim said: “You know how you told me about that thing before … Get the lot … Tell them, tell them we’ll buy all of it … ’cause you know what? You can use them for your car wash.”
In another phone call, Mileski told Dior that she needed to tell her brother “Sam” that he needed another $23,000 because he has got “six brand new things in the boxes for him”.
“I’ve got to hire a car – he’s gonna have to pay for that, too – and I’ve got to go pick them up. I’ll need money for Saturday for them. I need another 23,000,” Mileski said in the phone call.
“They’re not what he asked for,” Mileski said in the call, but they were the same as “those first ones … the personal ones”.
“We’ll sell them for whatever you want. Either he’ll give us something or just put f—ing 6½ on them.”
In another recorded conversation, the undercover officer asked DeMarco whether a “box of 10 coming” were from “your mate Sam”.
“Yep, but don’t say anything,” DeMarco responded.
When there were delays in sourcing the firearms, DeMarco told the officer: “I just spoke to him about 20 minutes ago … and I’m gunna meet him over at my mate’s place to find out what’s goin’ on.”
“I, you can’t do anything till it gets here … What do I say today if it’s not here? I’ll say, Sam, you’re making me look like a f—in’ idiot.”
When the shipment of Glocks was halved, DeMarco told the officer: “There’s obviously, obviously confusion with it somewhere down the line, because they’ve been coming for f—in’ days, and that, I said, ‘Sam when they should be here?’ He was angry.”
DeMarco has previously admitted to selling 13 guns to an undercover police officer and earlier this week pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply firearms.
Dior and Mileski have also pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply firearms.
Two other charges against Ibrahim relating to the alleged supply of homemade sub-machine guns with silencers to DeMarco were withdrawn.
Ibrahim, who is in custody, is next due to go before court on November 23 when a date for his sentencing will be set.
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