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Tuesday, 15 July 2008

Nomads motorcycle gang $90,000 4WD bombed

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$90,000 4WD under which the pipe bomb exploded was in the care of a former member of the Nomads motorcycle gang who had switched allegiance to rivals Notorious.
He now controls security for a Kings Cross identity and drives the car for the businessman, who lives elsewhere in Sydney.Police said up to eight shots were fired near the car, parked in Walkers Dr, Lane Cove North, before the bomb exploded about 3.50am.Bomb squad called in ... Device explodes under car The blast damaged the undercarriage and interior and would have caused serious injury had anyone been inside.A second, unexploded device beside the 4WD, was removed and later detonated by police.The man linked to the car shares the townhouse with a woman and a young child, who were home when the pipe bomb exploded.Police said he was refusing to co-operate with investigations. The blast left residents of the 14ha estate in shock. Some revealed they feared the man and his associates, many of whom drove motorcycles and expensive carsAs bomb squad officers, detectives and forensic experts combed the scene, locking in more than 100 residents, neighbours revealed they were aware "bikies" were living among the 201-apartment complex.Residents said the occupants did not appear to work and there were often motorcycles parked outside. The 4WD owner also had a red Ferrari 355."I'm scared of them. They are intimidating," said one mother, who would not be named.Another added: "As far as I'm concerned it couldn't have happened to a nicer bloke."They have a lot of nice cars but I don't know if anyone works."Mother-of-one Sue Ibanez, whose townhouse overlooks the blast site, said: "It's hard to imagine it could happen here. My daughter was in bed with us and our room is right there. Who knows what could have happened?"Detective Inspector Peter Yeomans said the eight shell castings and two bombs were not a warning - they were meant to cause harm.

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