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Daniel Ibrahim’s Twitter account being investigated

  • Police investigate ‘threatening’ post on social account linked to Daniel Ibrahim 
  • ‘Without a gun and badge what do you got? Sucker in uniform waitin to get shot’ 
  • The post was alongside a newspaper article featuring a police force detective  

Police are following up reports of a ‘threatening’ social media post on an account linked to Daniel Ibrahim, the son of nightclub figure John Ibrahim. 

An image of the Daily Telegraph newspaper was temporarily posted on Sunday to one of the Instagram accounts said to be used by Ibrahim who goes by the name Daniel Taylor.

In the image, Detective Chief Inspector Darren Beeche is pictured alongside an article about the anti-bikie squad Strike Force Raptor’s history and its future in the fight against organised crime. 

Police are following up reports of a ‘threatening’ social media post on an account linked to Daniel Ibrahim, the son of nightclub figure John Ibrahim 

Text overlayed on the image read ‘Without a gun and a badge what do you got? Sucker in a uniform waitin (sic) to get shot’. The line appears to be a lyric from U.S. rap band, N.W.A’s song, ‘F*** Tha Police’. 

The NSW Police Force told AAP they were looking into the social media posts.

‘NSW Police Force is aware of a number of posts threatening officers on social media,’ a spokeswoman said. 

An image of the Daily Telegraph newspaper was temporarily posted on Sunday to one of the Instagram accounts said to be used by Ibrahim who goes by the name Daniel Taylor (pictured)

An image of the Daily Telegraph newspaper was temporarily posted on Sunday to one of the Instagram accounts said to be used by Ibrahim who goes by the name Daniel Taylor (pictured)

Daniel Ibrahim was arrested along with the brothers of John Ibrahim and other associates following a number of raids across Sydney and in Dubai

Daniel Ibrahim, also known as Daniel Taylor, the son of Kings Cross nightclub owner John Ibrahim, leaves The Sydney Police Centre after posting bail in Sydney, Friday, August 11

The 26-year-old Taylor, was arrested in August for allegedly handing over $2.25 million to buy illegal tobacco as part of an alleged international crime syndicate. 

Taylor was one of 18 people arrested in Sydney and Dubai, including his uncles Michael and Fadi Ibrahim, after police thwarted alleged plans to import $810 million worth of drugs into Australia.

Taylor had spent multiple nights behind bars following his arrest until he raised $630,000 and was released on bail on strict conditions.

Taylor’s lawyer was contacted for comment. 

John Ibrahim (left) is seen with brother Michael (second from right), son Daniel (right), and friend Margaret Staltaro 

John Ibrahim (left) is seen with brother Michael (second from right), son Daniel (right), and friend Margaret Staltaro 

Daniel Ibrahim (pictured left) has served as an infantry soldier in the Middle East

Daniel Ibrahim (pictured left) has served as an infantry soldier in the Middle East

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk