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19/05/2017 1:23 PM AEST | Updated 19/05/2017 1:27 PM AEST

Man Pleads Guilty To Terrorism Charges Over Curtis Cheng Shooting

Raban Alou pleaded guilty to committing a terrorist attack in relation to the murder of the NSW Police employee.

Curtis Cheng, shot dead in October 2015
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Curtis Cheng, shot dead in October 2015

A man has has pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge in relation to the deadly shooting of NSW Police employee Curtis Cheng.

Raban Alou, 19, pleaded guilty to committing a terrorist attack in a Sydney court on Friday, for his part in Cheng's murder. The police accountant was shot dead outside police headquarters in Parramatta in October 2015 by a 15-year-old boy, who was himself later shot dead by police.

Alou had been accused of supplying the gun used to kill Cheng.

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