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Daniel Ibrahim made ‘threatening’ post about bikie cop

Daniel Ibrahim claims an Instagram post that appeared to threaten one of Sydney’s top anti-bikie cops was just a ‘political protest’.

The son of John Ibrahim last week shared a photo of a newspaper featuring a picture of Strike Force Raptor tactical commander Detective Chief Inspector Darren Beeche.

His now-deleted post included the words: ‘Without a gun and a badge what do you got? Sucker in a uniform waitin’ to get shot’.

Daniel Ibrahim is being investigated for an Instagram post that appeared to threaten one of Sydney’s top anti-bikie cop

Daniel (R) is the son of nightclub boss John Ibrahim (L)

Daniel (R) is the son of nightclub boss John Ibrahim (L)

It’s a line from the 1988 song F**k Tha Police by U.S. hip-hop group NWA, but police took it as a threat rather than a musical tribute and were investigating.

‘NSW Police Force is aware of a number of posts threatening officers on social media. The comments will be followed up,’ it said

Raptor officers were expected to soon visit Ibrahim’s Dover Heights home to ‘discuss’ the post, two months after it was raided.

The 26-year-old denies the post, which was taken down after only a few hours, threatened anyone.

‘In my view it is not a threat, it is an expression of political protest,’ his lawyer Nick Hanna told the Daily Telegraph. 

Ibrahim is out on bail after being arrested along with his uncles Fadi and Michael in wide-ranging raids on properties linked to his family

Ibrahim is out on bail after being arrested along with his uncles Fadi and Michael in wide-ranging raids on properties linked to his family

His now-deleted post included the words: 'Without a gun and a badge what do you got? Sucker in a uniform waitin' to get shot'

His now-deleted post included the words: ‘Without a gun and a badge what do you got? Sucker in a uniform waitin’ to get shot’

Daniel Ibrahim (right) was accused of handing over a suitcase filled with $2.5 million his uncle Michael (second from right) used to pay for 900,000 packets of illegal cigarettes

Daniel Ibrahim (right) was accused of handing over a suitcase filled with $2.5 million his uncle Michael (second from right) used to pay for 900,000 packets of illegal cigarettes

Ibrahim is out on bail after being arrested along with his uncles Fadi and Michael in wide-ranging raids on properties linked to his family.

Taylor was one of 18 people arrested in Sydney and Dubai, as police thwarted alleged plans to import $810 million worth of drugs into Australia.

He was accused of handing over a suitcase filled with $2.5 million Michael allegedly used to pay for 900,000 packets of illegal cigarettes.

His father John’s palatial home down the road was also raided in the international smuggling and money laundering probe, but he was not charged with anything. 

The former soldier's lawyer said it was a 'political protest' and not a threat

The former soldier’s lawyer said it was a ‘political protest’ and not a threat

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