Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Amad 'Jay' Malkoun

Malkoun purchased the farm from a relative in 2009 for $950k. Repatriated bikie boss Amad 'Jay' Malkoun is set to reap millions from a proposed housing estate on his farm in Donnybrook, 35 km north of Melbourne. The value of the land has increased exponentially and is now worth about $20m, 3 times that when residential development is complete.

Malkoun supplied drug making chemicals to Tony Mokbel at the height of his criminal empire. Police documents released by the Lawyer X Royal Commission have linked the pair for the first time.
Tony Mokbel
Bikie boss and convicted heroin trafficker Amad "Jay" Malkoun returned to Melbourne in June after seven years in Dubai and barely surviving a car bomb in Greece. He is said to need crutches to walk. Malkoun is reported to be negotiating with a senior Mongols figure about defecting.

The return of the former boss of the Comancheros was expected to inflame tensions and it has.
Sydney's south-west is at the center of over a dozen drive-by shootings in recent weeks. Sentenced to a decade in prison in 1988 for $5.5m of heroin, Malkoun has a criminal network spanning Asia and Europe, including Russia, where he started a Comancheros chapter.
Comancheros boss Mick Murray
Fares Abounader, a former ally of slain Comanchero boss Mick Hawi, was killed in a targeted drive-by shooting at his home. His execution marks the 30th shooting in 5 weeks in Sydney and NSW.

Cops believe Abounader was a victim of a targeted hit amid rising tensions between the Comancheros and Bandidos.

See ----->Comanchero Boss Amad 'Jay' Malkoun's car blown up in Athens