Fredericks Taufua jailed after St Marys kidnap | 7NEWS

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A father of two who helped kidnap a Western Sydney businessman at gunpoint will spend the next 4 and a half years behind bars.

The victim was brutally beaten, his skull shattered. The judge said that while Fredericks Taufua wasn’t the instigator, he was the hired muscle.

And the level of violence was chilling.

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