Wednesday, June 21, 2023

Mohammad 'Little Crazy' Hamzy back on Sydney streets

Mohammad 'Little Crazy' Hamzy, 37, was released from Macquarie Correctional Centre in Wellington. Hamzy, who has been caged since 2015 over the death of another gangster, is emerging into a different world. Five of his close relatives have been gunned down. The slayings overturned the Hamzy clan's dominance on the streets, leaving the Alameddine crime clan and Comanchero bikies holding power in the city's underworld. Its thought 'Little Crazy' could be honour bound to exact revenge over the murders of his cousins Bilal Hamze, Mejid Hamze, Ghassan Amoun and relatives Toufik Hamze and his 18-year-old son, Salim. He was originally sentenced for shooting two men in 2012.
Hamzy was stabbed in 2020. Its said the gangster has many enemies and there is a bounty on his head. His cousin Bassam Hamzy founded the 'Brothers 4 Life' gang in prison after he converted to radical Islam.