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Monday, 30 March 2009

Peter Zervas, the 32-year-old brother of Anthony, was shot ,Hells Angel was shot multiple times as he came home, a brothel was peppered with bullets

Hells Angel was shot multiple times as he came home, a brothel was peppered with bullets and hundreds of police are spending every night primed for another outbreak of gun violence but don't worry, our state's police minister is feeling confident, declaring today: "Everything's under control."Minister for Police, Tony Kelly, made the optimistic comment during a radio interview .Hells Angels brother of a man bashed to death in a bikie brawl at Sydney Airport has been gunned down outside his Sydney home.Peter Zervas, the 32-year-old brother of Anthony, was shot three times as he tried to park his car in an underground car park at a Punchbowl Road apartment block in the suburb of Lakemba about 11.45 last night.He had got out of his car to open a mesh security gate allowing entrance to the car park when he was shot.He was treated by ambulance officers and taken to St George Hospital in a critical condition.As of 4am he was being operated on but was in a stable condition."A 32-year-old-man stopped his motor vehicle in the driveway of a unit block ... a number of shots were then fired, hitting the man," Campsie local area commander, Superintendent Paul Lennon, said."Another man was seen ... running from the unit block."
That man was described as being about 175 centimetres tall, of large, muscular build, with collar-length dark hair and wearing dark jeans and a dark, long-sleeved jacket.He was seen running across Punchbowl Road after the shooting."A [white] motor vehicle ... had to sound its horn to avoid colliding with the gentleman running across the road."Police want to speak to both the driver of the white car and the man who ran across Punchbowl Road.
It is not yet known whether another motorcycle club is responsible for the shooting.The shooting comes only two days after Peter Zervas, along with family and members of the Hells Angels and Bandidos, buried his brother.It is also the latest in a string of bikie-related shootings that has swept south western and western Sydney.Both Zervas brothers were involved in a brawl with about 10 Comanchero Motorcycle Club members at Terminal 3 of Sydney's domestic airport on March 2, along with Hells Angels Sydney Chapter president, Derek Wainohu, and other club members.Anthony Zervas was killed after being hit with a metal bollard used in the fight.


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