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Sunday, 26 December 2010

Bikie gang paymaster faces extradition

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Bikie gang paymaster faces extradition: "AUTHORITIES have swooped on one of Australia's most wanted men, the alleged drug lord and Comanchero bikie gang financier Hakan Ayik, on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, ending his six months on the run.

He faces extradition to Australia to confront charges connected to the nation's biggest recent organised crime probe, Operation Hoffman.

Mr Ayik had been the subject of a NSW Police and Interpol arrest warrant and was believed to be living on money he had stashed in foreign bank accounts. He narrowly avoided capture at the Greek-Turkish border two months ago, possibly after bribing officials.

It is believed his arrest is connected to alleged criminal offences flowing from his previous escape."

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