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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Hells Angels and Comancheros war continues

The war between the Hells Angels and Comancheros is getting out of hand.  Another bikie was shot and killed outside his house yesterday, the second murder in a week, and a house in Granville was sprayed with bullets last night. 

Thorpe Street, Abbotsbury

The kids are on holidays in Sydney and yesterday morning, at 10am a man was shot and killed outside his surburban home.  The murdered man was Ali Jammas.  He was shot several times as he tried to get into his house in Thorpe Place, Abbotsbury, near Fairfield.  Paramedics tried to revive him but he died at the scene. His brother Harry Jammas is a Hells Angel member known to police.

Last Monday night, another Hells Angel member Tyrone Lee Slemnik was shot dead outside his unit in Eastlakes.  Another victim at the address was shot in the leg.  

Hells Angel, Tyrone Slemnik

He was a stand-over man who tried to extort $2500 from a Newtown brothel owner Lucy Wong.  He and an associate Aiden Garard both pleaded guilty and were on bail, due for sentencing next week.  He was once the NSW kung-fu champion during his time as a competitive fighter.

Last night there was another drive-by shooting at 2am.  A house in Blaxcell Street, South Granville was sprayed with bullets but three women inside were not injured.

The trouble goes back to 2009 when the brother of Hells Angel Peter Zervas was bashed to death with a bollard in a brawl at Sydney airport. Comanchero national president Mahmoud Hawi was found guilty of his murder and sentenced to 21 years jail.

Comanchero national president Mahmoud  Hawi 

In February last year, Hells Angels announced on their website they had opened a "chapter" at Bondi Beach, traditionally Comanchero territory.

The Hells Angels have been actively recruiting and building up their membership and some members of another bikie gang Notorious have "patched" over to the Angels. 

 Mick Hijazi, fourth from left in sunglasses and blue jeans

As usual, with no information forthcoming from victims or relatives, police watch helplessly from the sidelines, as the war continues.