ACT police use new ‘unexplained wealth’ laws to seize property of Nomads MC National Prez

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ACT police have seized $500,000 worth of property belonging to a Nomads MC leader under new “unexplained wealth” laws.

The police operation took place simultaneously across four locations last Thursday, targeting Nomads MC national president Michael Clark.

Police confiscated three boats, fishing equipment, trailers and a caravan in the Batemans Bay area, as well as three Harley Davidson motorcycles in Canberra.

The property adds to two prestige cars and other items already seized from Mr Clark after his arrest in August.

Mr Clark was one of 11 people arrested as part of a cross-border investigation of several shootings on the New South Wales South Coast in December 2019.

The 32-year-old was extradited to NSW and charged with knowingly directing the activities of a criminal group, taking part in a criminal group, supplying banned firearms and supplying ammunition.

He was refused bail and remains in custody.

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