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Tuesday, 7 October 2008

Todd Anthony O'Connor, a former member of the Nomads' outlaw motorcycle gang shot dead

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Dead man was named in the media as Sydney underworld identity Todd Anthony O'Connor, a former member of the Nomads' outlaw motorcycle gang.Gangland links are being examined by police after the man was shot in a quiet area of Tempe, in Sydney's south, on Sunday night.He also was said to be a founding member of the Notorious crime gang, which has been linked to the drugs trade in inner-Sydney areas such as Kings Cross and the Oxford Street nightclub district.Police would not confirm the dead man's identity.A spokeswoman for the State Crime Command said Strike Force Colbee had been established to investigate the shooting.The investigation would be headed by detectives from the homicide squad, but would also include the gangs squad and the Middle Eastern organised crime squad, she said.
The gangs squad is charged with investigating outlaw motorcycle gangs.Police rushed to the street in Tempe just before 9pm (AEDT) on Sunday after passers-by saw the critically wounded man staggering along South Street.Officers unsuccessfully tried to revive the man, who was found lying in the middle of road with shotgun wounds to his head and neck

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