Cricket star Usman Khawaja’s brother ‘who tried to border a love rival as a terror suspect’ is again in courtroom after ‘attempting to affect a witness’
- Brother of cricket star Usman Khawaja has been charged with breaching bail
- Arsalan Tariq Khawaja is accused of hatching faux terror plot to border love rival
- Khawaja was arrested in Westmead, western Sydney, on Thursday afternoon
- Authorities alleged he breached bail and tried to affect a witness
Zoe Zaczek For Every day Mail Australia
The brother of Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja who allegedly used a faux terrorism ‘hit listing’ to border a piece colleague has been charged with breaching bail.
Arsalan Tariq Khawaja, 39, was arrested by authorities from the Australian Federal Police, ASIO and the NSW Crime Fee on Thursday afternoon for allegedly trying to affect a witness.
Khawaja was taken from his Westmead dwelling to Parramatta police station in Sydney’s western suburbs the place he was charged with breach of bail and affect witness in judicial proceedings, the Every day Telegraph reported.
He’s anticipated to face Parramatta Bail Courtroom on Friday.
Arsalan Tariq Khawaja (pictured), 39, was arrested by authorities on Thursday afternoon for allegedly trying to affect a witness
He’s the brother of Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja (proper) who’s at present representing Australia in Take a look at cricket in opposition to India
The 39-year-old was arrested on December 4, three months after an inventory of bogus terror targets have been found on the College of New South Wales (UNSW), in Sydney’s japanese suburbs.
Police arrested and charged Sri Lankan natioanl Mohamed Kamer Nilar Nizamdeen with terrorism offences however they have been later dropped.
Khawaja The 39-year-old was arrested on December 4, three months
He was charged with trying to pervert justice and forgery by making a false doc.
Bail was granted after the prosecution unopposed the applying and his father paid a $50,000 surety.
Justice of the Peace Tim Keady banned Khawaja from being inside 100m of the united states Kensington campus.
He was additionally not allowed to contact any employees from the IT division on the college.
‘There are a big variety of names of people that could also be known as as witnesses,’ Justice of the Peace Keady mentioned on the time.
Khawaja (proper with brother Usman, left) was charged with trying to pervert justice and forgery by making a false doc
The ‘terror listing’ was initially believed to belong to Sri Lankan nationwide and UNSW pupil and worker Kamer Nizamdeen, 25, who was charged by anti-terror police after a raid on the college in August.
All expenses in opposition to Mr Nizamdeen have been later dropped.
They allege Khawaja cast the ‘terror hit listing’ and planted it on Mr Nizamdeen by alerting college safety guards to the pocket book and claiming Mr Nizamdeen wrote it.
The plot was allegedly hatched over a rivalry regarding the affections of a 21-year-old woman.
‘What we might be alleging is that (Mr Nizamdeen) was arrange in a deliberate and calculated matter motivated partly by private grievance,’ NSW Police Pressure assistant commissioner Mick Prepared mentioned when Khawaja was initially arrested.
The ‘terror hit listing’ allegedly included high-profile native targets equivalent to Malcolm Turnbull, Julie Bishop, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera Home.
Authorities allege Khawaja cast the ‘terror hit listing’ and planted it on Kamer Nizamdeen (pictured) by alerting college safety guards to the pocket book and claiming Mr Nizamdeen wrote it
Mr Nizamdeen spent 4 weeks behind bars at NSW’s hardest jail, Goulburn Supermax, however was bailed in late-September.
The costs have been dropped days after police raided Khawaja’s western Sydney dwelling.
Khawaja’s preliminary arrest got here simply days earlier than his brother Usman lead the lineup within the first cricket Take a look at between Australia and India.
Usman is at present representing Australia within the third Take a look at in Melbourne.
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