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Friday, 24 September 2010

Ten bikers will go on trial for murder after a vicious brawl between rival gangs at a Sydney airport

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Ten bikers will go on trial for murder after a vicious brawl between rival gangs at a Sydney airport resulted in a man being bludgeoned with a metal pole and stabbed to death with a knife and scissors, a court said Thursday.

A chance meeting between members of the rival Hells Angels and Comanchero gangs on a flight led to cell phone calls for reinforcements when the plane landed.

Hells Angel Anthony Zervas, 29, died after being struck and stabbed when a fight broke out in front of stunned onlookers at a domestic airport in Australia's main city on March 22, 2009. The battle began at an arrival gate and rolled through the airport to a Qantas Airways check-in desk where Zervas died.

A preliminary court hearing ended on Thursday with Sydney magistrate John Favretto ordering 10 Comanchero bikers to stand trial for murder. The charge carries a maximum penalty of life in prison.

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