Monday 27 June 2022 11:30 PM Yusuf Nazlioglu dies after shooting at Rhodes Central four years after not ... trends now

Monday 27 June 2022 11:30 PM Yusuf Nazlioglu dies after shooting at Rhodes Central four years after not ... trends now
Monday 27 June 2022 11:30 PM Yusuf Nazlioglu dies after shooting at Rhodes Central four years after not ... trends now

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A former bikie who was found not guilty of the execution of Comanchero boss Mick Hawi has died after being shot up to 10 times in Sydney's inner west. 

Yusuf Nazlioglu, 40, was rushed to Westmead Hospital on Monday night in a critical condition after he was attacked in a Rhodes carpark.

Police confirmed Nazlioglu died in hospital early Tuesday morning.

The attack is the latest in a string of underworld hits across Sydney that have left 14 dead in the last two years as warring gangs fight for territory and settle scores. 

Police rushed to cordon off Rhodes Central building on Monday night after Nazlioglu was hit by multiple bullets in a basement car park on Walker Street. 

A heavily bandaged man was seen being stretchered out of the building by paramedics as police watched on. 

The building includes a shopping centre, apartments and basement carpark.

Police were seen gathering near one of the lobby entrances with tape put up around a set of lifts and a nearby fast food outlet. 

Paramedics treat the former Lone Wolf bikie shot in Sydney's inner west on Monday as police watch on (pictured)

Paramedics treat the former Lone Wolf bikie shot in Sydney's inner west on Monday as police watch on (pictured) 

A jury found Yusuf Nazlioglu (pictured) not guilty of Comanchero boss Mick Hawi's execution in 2018

A jury found Yusuf Nazlioglu (pictured) not guilty of Comanchero boss Mick Hawi's execution in 2018 

Bodies have been piling up in the Harbour City in the past 18 months with at least a dozen contract killings linked to the bitter feud between the Hamzy and Alameddine crime clans

Bodies have been piling up in the Harbour City in the past 18 months with at least a dozen contract killings linked to the bitter feud between the Hamzy and Alameddine crime clans

Nazlioglu was charged with murder after Hawi, the ex-kingpin of the Comanchero bikie gang who was he gunned down as he climbed into his luxury four-wheel-drive outside a Rockdale Fitness First gym in Sydney's south in 2018.

He was found not guilty but had another brush with the law when he pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm.

The underworld figure was sentenced to three years in prison and walked free in September 2021. 

Haunting covert recordings played in court during his sentencing revealed that Nazlioglu knew he was a marked man.

'I used to hear people outside were going to knock me, yeah?' he said while inside Sydney's Silverwater Prison in 2020, the Daily Telegraph reported.

'I used to still leave my house, brother, knowing that one day someone's going to sneak up on me and put one in my head.

'But I still f*****g went to the same hairdresser, went to the same f*****g restaurants yeah. I still showed my face in front yard and hung out with boys at their porches at their houses, yeah knowing I'm gunna get knocked one day.'

The Australian that was raised by Turkish parents even bragged that he still visits the same mosque 'where all our enemies know we pray'.

'They could wait for us to walk out brother, did we s**t ourselves? Were we scared? No.'

Emergency crews responded to reports of a shooting in Rhodes (pictured) about 7pm with Nazlioglu rushed to hospital

Emergency crews responded to reports of a shooting in Rhodes (pictured) about 7pm with Nazlioglu rushed to hospital 

Detectives and officers on the scene at Walker Street in Rhodes (pictured)

Detectives and officers on the scene at Walker Street in Rhodes (pictured) 

While Nazlioglu was found not guilty by a jury of the hit on Hawi, his friend, furniture removalist Ahmad Doudar, 40, was jailed for four-and-a-half years.

Father-of-one Doudar was sentenced after admitting to being an accessory after the fact to Hawi's murder.

Doudar's role in the crime involved him picking up a hidden silver Aurion with a tow truck and

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