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Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Police are yet to establish if Brand's killer is from rival gang the Rebels or indeed if the slaying is gang-related.

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Bandidos bikie gang holds discussions with the family of murdered member Ross Brand about his funeral, messages of condolence and fury continue to flood the gang's website.Supporters from across Australia and as far afield as the US, Finland and Germany have posted their anguish after the gun slaying of enforcer Brand outside the gang's Geelong clubhouse. They include an inmate at Barwon Prison and a member of the United States Marine Corp based in Texas, who wrote "Stay cool brothers".
Some painted Brand as a hardcore bikie, but others revealed a different side.
Convicted criminal Brand, 51, shot in the head by a hitman last Wednesday night, was a father of two young boys and, apparently, a lover of antiques and gardening.
"I will miss fossil hunting, the antiques roadshow and your interpretations of Confucius," one mate wrote. Another said: "I will look after George the cactus for you. I know how much you loved him." On a less gentle note, another mate disclosed: "I met Rosco in Luxembourg 2003 and made one hell of a party that lasted eight days." A lawyer for the Bandidos, Michael Wardell, said yesterday he expected no more statements from the gang. "Now that they've set a couple of things straight from their perspective, they're hoping everything will run its course and the focus will move away from them," he said.
Police are yet to establish if Brand's killer is from rival gang the Rebels or indeed if the slaying is gang-related. But one website visitor warned his assassin: "As for the gutless f---, karma's a wonderful thing. Cut one, we all bleed."

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