Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Bikie war in Australia - Amad 'Jay' Malkoun

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