A patched Greazy Dogs member who used his mobile phone to film jurors during a major drug-dealing trial in an attempt to intimidate them has been jailed for three years.

The jury trial in August last year, which involved Greazy Dogs vice-president Jay Tarahina Kiwi, had to be aborted after his associate, Dylan Cameron, 39, from Bethlehem was caught filming jury members and a witness in the trial.

Cameron was sentenced in the Tauranga District Court today in relation to a charge of wilfully attempting to pervert the course of justice by filming jury members and a witness at the

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