Video: Man charged over cameraman punch outside court

ONE of the people accused of taking part in the multi-million theft of parts from Holden has been charged with assault after allegedly attacking a cameraman outside court.

Jason Gangell was in the Adelaide District Court this morning supporting Michelle Rose, one of his six co-accused.

Today Rose pleaded guilty to nine counts of money laundering between 2010 and 2011.

As the pair left court, Gangell allegedly punched 7News cameraman Andrew Foote in the face.

Gangell is facing 161 charges of money laundering and has pleaded not guilty.

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