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Comanchero bikie Allan Meehan should be paid 1MILLION Euros for photo with Tarek Zahed

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The new Comancheros boss wants to be paid €1million for the first public photos of the bikie gang’s sergeant-at-arms since he was shot 10 times in an underworld hit that claimed the life of his brother.

National president Allan Meehan posted a series of images alongside Tarek Zahed and other associates, all decked out in designer clothes and jewellery at a Melbourne restaurant. 

Zahed in May miraculously survived an assassination attempt at Bodyfit Gym in Sydney’s Auburn when more than 20 bullets were fired inside the health club.

The ‘Balenciaga Bikie’ was rushed to hospital in critical condition and was taken into surgery with bullet wounds to his head and body, including one that pierced straight through his eyeball. His brother Omar, 39, was killed during the shooting.

Meehan posted another picture from Sunday’s celebration, this time demanding a significant payment from the media for running his content.

‘Charge the media they keep using your photos,’ a follower said, before Meehan replied he’d demand ‘1MILLION EUROS’.

The Comancheros head honcho has also attracted a famous new followers, with convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby enjoying his new posts. 

The new Comancheros boss wants to be paid €1million the first public photos of the bikie gang’s sergeant-at-arms since he was shot ten times in an underworld hit

Meehan posted another picture from Sunday’s celebration, this time demanding a significant payment from the media for running his content

The Comancheros head has also attracted a famous new follower, with convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby enjoying his new posts

The Comancheros head has also attracted a famous new follower, with convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby enjoying his new posts

Meehan on Sunday posted the first image of Zahed since the shooting that nearly killed him.    

‘Welcome back Tarek “hard2kill” Zahed,’ Meehan captioned the image shared on Instagram. 

Doctors were astonished by Zahed’s rapid recovery that saw him released from hospital less than two months later following lengthy discussions about whether he would need limbs amputated.  

Meehan shared a photo with his arm around a smirking Zahed who posed with a single finger raised. 

Comanchero boss Tarek Zahed (left) was spotted in public for the first time since he was shot 10 times in the latest escalation of Sydney's gangland war

Comanchero boss Tarek Zahed (left) was spotted in public for the first time since he was shot 10 times in the latest escalation of Sydney’s gangland war

A second photo showed Meehan kissing Zahed on the cheek captioned 'God bless the sarg'

A second photo showed Meehan kissing Zahed on the cheek captioned ‘God bless the sarg’

Zahed was rushed to hospital in critical condition and was taken into surgery with bullet wounds to his head and body, including one that pierced straight through his eyeball. His brother Omar, 39, was killed during the shooting at the Bodyfit health club in Auburn, Sydney (pictured)

Zahed was rushed to hospital in critical condition and was taken into surgery with bullet wounds to his head and body, including one that pierced straight through his eyeball. His brother Omar, 39, was killed during the shooting at the Bodyfit health club in Auburn, Sydney (pictured)

They were joined by two others, one a heavily-tattooed man holding up three fingers while the other raised his middle finger to the camera.

They appear to be at a fancy eatery with a bottle of Grey Goose Vodka visible in the foreground.

Despite being being shot 10 times, there are no visible scars on the face of the bikie hard man who is wearing dark sunglasses in the photo. 

A source said he has completely lost sight in his right eye, rendering him virtually blind as he already had reduced vision in his left eye.    

National president Allan Meehan (left) posted the picture with Zahed (right) on Sunday

National president Allan Meehan (left) posted the picture with Zahed (right) on Sunday

Takek Zahed (seated) and his brother Omar (standing) were gunned down outside a gym in Sydney's west in May. Omar died as a result of the shooting

Takek Zahed (seated) and his brother Omar (standing) were gunned down outside a gym in Sydney’s west in May. Omar died as a result of the shooting

The gym's front door was shattered with bullet holes after the men were shot at 20 times on a busy road in Auburn

The gym’s front door was shattered with bullet holes after the men were shot at 20 times on a busy road in Auburn

‘He had an incident years ago that means vision in his left eye is only 20 to 30 per cent,’ the source said. 

‘So with him likely being blind in his right eye now, he will be almost completely unable to see.’

It is the first public glimpse of the Comanchero’s boss who miraculously survived the assassination attempt that rocked the city’s underworld.

Since leaving hospital in July, it’s believed Zahed has been laying low in Melbourne. 

Chilling clues in pictures of Comanchero bikie president kissing a senior lieutenant who miraculously survived gym execution attempt prove why it’s an unmistakable message to the underworld 

The president of Australia’s Comanchero bikie club delivered an unmistakable message when he shared photos of himself kissing the cheek of an underworld figure who narrowly survived an execution attempt.

Don’t dare come after Tarek ‘hard2kill’ Zahed again, because the club has his back.  

Comanchero boss Allan Meehan posted a selection of images of himself dining and drinking vodka, scotch and red wine and beers with Zahed and heavily-tattooed associates, including Mohamad ‘Moey’ Alameddine, at a Melbourne restaurant on Sunday. 

Zahed is the club’s national sergeant-at-arms who was shot 10 times – including through the eye – after a session at the Bodyfit Gym in Auburn, western Sydney, in May.

The pictures represented the first time Zahed, 41, had been seen in public since he was shot in the face in an attack that also claimed the life of his brother Omar, 39.

Comanchero boss Allan Meehan shared a photo of himself kissing Tarek Zahed on the cheek on Sunday - an unmistakable message that the club sergeant-at-arms should not be messed with

Comanchero boss Allan Meehan shared a photo of himself kissing Tarek Zahed on the cheek on Sunday – an unmistakable message that the club sergeant-at-arms should not be messed with

It is the first time Zahed  (far left, wit the glasses) has been spotted in public for the first time since his brother was killed and he was shot in the face.  He's pictured here with Comanchero boss Allan Meehan (left, with Versace hoodie) and Mohamad ‘Moey’ Alameddine (far right)

It is the first time Zahed  (far left, wit the glasses) has been spotted in public for the first time since his brother was killed and he was shot in the face.  He’s pictured here with Comanchero boss Allan Meehan (left, with Versace hoodie) and Mohamad ‘Moey’ Alameddine (far right)

The pictures, which Meehan repeatedly posted to Instagram, represented a clear declaration of loyalty from Meehan – who wrote: ‘God bless the sarg’. 

But it shouldn’t come as a surprise, given the Comanchero gang has long been a tight-knit fringe group – detested by most in the underworld. 

‘The Comanchero have always been a group that have been on the fringe,’ said Dr Mick Kennedy, a lecturer in policing studies at the University of Western Sydney. 

‘No one really likes them.’

Dr Kennedy said the structure of bikie groups has changed over the past decade, with cohesion among members on the decline.

Despite the common perception members are loyal towards each other, Dr Kennedy said that value tends to only apply to not ratting one another other out.

‘The whole structure of bikie groups has changed over the past 10 years. They are more aligned.’

‘There used to be a lot of solidarity,’ he said. 

But these photos were certainly a message that the Comanchero do have his back. 

Three hidden meanings in the Comanchero photos  

1. ‘God bless the sarg’ 

By ‘Sarg’, Comanchero president Allan Meehan is referring to Tarek Zahed’s role as the Comanchero sergeant-at-arms – a senior position in the bikie group’s hierarchy

2. Black and gold 

Meehan was decked out in a black-and-yellow Versace jumper, while Zahed donned a Fendi-branded sweater in the same colours. Comanchero colours are black, gold and red. 

3. ‘hardtokill’

Meehan’s cheeky nickname for Zahed could be interpreted as a defiant message to his attackers, who failed to knock off the senior Comanchero figure

National president Allan Meehan (left) posted the picture with Zahed (right) on Sunday

National president Allan Meehan (left) posted the picture with Zahed (right) on Sunday

In May, Zahed miraculously survived an assassination attempt at Bodyfit Gym in Sydney's Auburn when he was shot multiple times

In May, Zahed miraculously survived an assassination attempt at Bodyfit Gym in Sydney’s Auburn when he was shot multiple times

Police and paramedics are seen trying to save the two men at the gym in May after the shooting - with pools of blood seen across the foyer

Police and paramedics are seen trying to save the two men at the gym in May after the shooting – with pools of blood seen across the foyer

Takek Zahed (seated) and his brother Omar (standing) were gunned down outside a gym in Sydney's west in May. Omar died as a result of the shooting

Takek Zahed (seated) and his brother Omar (standing) were gunned down outside a gym in Sydney’s west in May. Omar died as a result of the shooting

The gym's front door was shattered with bullet holes after the men were shot at 20 times on a busy road in Auburn

The gym’s front door was shattered with bullet holes after the men were shot at 20 times on a busy road in Auburn

Doctors were astonished by Zahed’s rapid recovery, which saw him released from hospital less than two months after the shooting. 

Despite being being shot 10 times, there are no visible scars to the face of the bikie hard man. 

But a source said he has completely lost sight in his right eye, rendering him virtually blind as he already had reduced vision in his left eye. 

‘He had an incident years ago that means vision in his left eye is only 20 to 30 per cent,’ the source told the Daily Telegraph. 

‘So with him likely being blind in his right eye now, he will be almost completely unable to see.’

Since leaving hospital in July, it’s believed Zahed has been laying low in Melbourne. 

Homicide Squad Commander Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty said at the time police were investigating possible motives for the assassination attempt, refusing to rule out an inside job.

Zahed has been living in Melbourne since leaving hospital in July - but hasn't been spotted in public until Sunday's post from Meehan

Zahed has been living in Melbourne since leaving hospital in July – but hasn’t been spotted in public until Sunday’s post from Meehan

‘We can’t discount an internal conflict,’ he told reporters.

‘There is opportunities for people to take their place and there’s a real power struggle within organised crime organisations.’

A second line of inquiry is whether there is any connection to the shooting death of Mahmoud ‘Brownie’ Ahmad – another gangster who was shot and killed in April.

NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb noted Zahed had a target on his back due to his senior role within underworld crime networks.

‘He’s a senior member of the Comancheros… Australia’s largest criminal organisation,’ she said.

A police source earlier confirmed the hit on Zahed was considered the ‘biggest of the year’ in the criminal world. 

‘Whoever has done this is game to go toe-to-toe with the Comancheros and nobody does that,’ they said.

Commissioner Webb noted Zahed was warned just a few days before the shooting about a legitimate threat to his life and was told to leave NSW as soon as possible.

‘He went about his usual business, his normal routine,’ she said.

Police allege the Comancheros are in bed with the Alameddine crime family and help to supply the network with mussel. 

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