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Victorian terror ‘weapon supplier’ in court

Melbourne Magistrates' Court
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An accused weapons supplier for an alleged Islamic State-inspired plot in Melbourne has had his case adjourned for two months.

Mehran Azami, 19, of Narre Warren, was mentioned briefly but did not appear in the Melbourne Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

Azami is charged with importing more than 200 weapons, including AK-47 flick knives and Tasers designed to look like iPhones.

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He remains in custody and will reappear in court on July 27 to face a string of charges following pre-dawn raids on April 18, targeting an alleged plan to attack police at Anzac Day services in Melbourne.

with AAP

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