A man charged with the alleged murder of former Gold Coast bikie Shane Ross and his business partner Cameron Martin has vowed to fight the charges.
Garry Brush briefly appeared in Southport Magistrates Court today, on two counts of murder and one count of unlawful use of a motor vehicle.
It comes after the 32-year-old, who is an alleged Lone Wolf bikie, was extradited from Grafton in New South Wales to the Gold Coast yesterday.
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Shane Ross, 36, and Cameron Martin, 47, were gunned down near Martin Shiel Park at Tallebudgera in 2019.
Mr Martin was found dead in his Mercedes Benz around 9.30pm on October 18, after his vehicle crashed into a tree off Tallebudgera Creek Road.
Investigations revealed he had suffered a gunshot wound to his chest shortly before the crash.
Just three days later, the body of Shane Ross was found in bushland on the corner of the Pacific Highway and Tallebudgera Creek Road.
A 42-year-old man and a 34-year-old man, both from Coolangatta, are already before the courts also charged over the alleged murders.
Mr Brush was remanded in custody and will return to court next month.