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Big court security as Finks bikie flown in

Thursday, 3 May 2012

A MASSIVE police presence is expected at a Gold Coast courthouse this morning when a bikie appears over last weekend's shopping centre shooting. Melbourne-based Finks bikie gang member Mark James Graham, 26, was flown to Queensland yesterday on the police jet amid heavy security. He will face Southport Magistrates Court this morning on multiple serious charges following the weekend double shooting at Robina Town Centre. Senior Bandidos bikie gang member Jacques Teamo was shot, along with a woman shopper. There are fears of more tit-for-tat reprisals in the escalating Gold Coast bikie war and police are taking no chances. Police commandos from the Special Emergency Response Team are expected to be at the courthouse in case Bandidos and Finks bikies turn up to support their fellow gang members. Graham was arrested by heavily-armed police on the outskirts of Melbourne on Monday night. Police say it was considered too risky to fly Graham to Queensland on a commercial flight and opted instead to extradite the "high-risk" prisoner on a Queensland Police Service jet because of public safety fears. He was escorted on the flight by Special Emergency Response Team officers and detectives from anti-bikie squad Taskforce Hydra. Police said they had wanted to avoid a repeat of a bikie brawl at Sydney Airport in 2009 when a senior Hells Angel gang member was bashed to death by a rival Comanchero leader.

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