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Comancheros boss Allan Meehan has sent a public message of support to his former bikie boss Mark Buddle after the alleged drug kingpin was dragged back to Australia.

The new national Comancheros boss posted a media image of Buddle in the back of an armoured police wagon, staring defiantly back at the camera after facing court.

Under the image of the smirking Buddle, Meehan captioned it: 'Can't keep a good man down.'

He ended the Instagram post with a heart emoji in the yellow colours of the Comancheros. 

Comancheros boss Allan Meehan (right) has sent a public message of support to his former bikie boss Mark Buddle (left) after the alleged drug kingpin was dragged back to Australia

Comancheros boss Allan Meehan (right) has sent a public message of support to his former bikie boss Mark Buddle (left) after the alleged drug kingpin was dragged back to Australia

Under the image of the smirking Buddle, Meehan captioned it: 'Can't keep a good man down.' He ended the Instagram post with a heart emoji in the yellow colours of the Comancheros

Under the image of the smirking Buddle, Meehan captioned it: 'Can't keep a good man down.' He ended the Instagram post with a heart emoji in the yellow colours of the Comancheros

Meehan's post was liked by notorious Melbourne gangland widow Roberta Williams - Carl Williams' former wife - who posted an emoji of praying hands in reply

 Meehan's post was liked by notorious Melbourne gangland widow Roberta Williams - Carl Williams' former wife - who posted an emoji of praying hands in reply

The post came on the day the raunchy past of Buddle's partner Mel Ter Wisscha resurfaced in a series of pictures from her days as an NRL cheerleader.

Meehan's post was liked by notorious Melbourne gangland widow Roberta Williams - Carl Williams' former wife - who posted an emoji of praying hands in reply

Sydney-born Meehan, 35, officially took over as national president of the Comancheros in June after Buddle, 37, fled the country six years ago.

Despite being overseas, Buddle declared himself the Comancheros 'Commander of the World' - and Meehan's post confirms Buddle is still the bikie gang's number one.

Sydney-born Meehan, 35, officially took over as national president of the Comancheros in June after Buddle, 37, fled the country six years ago

Sydney-born Meehan, 35, officially took over as national president of the Comancheros in June after Buddle, 37, fled the country six years ago

Buddle and Ms Wisscha were reportedly living a jet set life in Dubai, Turkey and Cyprus after fleeing the country when he was linked to the 2010 shooting of Armaguard guard Gary Allibon in Sydney.

Ms Wisscha was a regular on social media while they were overseas, posting bikini pictures of herself in exotic locations and glitzy five star resorts.

But on Saturday, pictures of her days as an NRL Wests Tigers cheerleader resurfaced, showing a more fresh-faced look than her current heavily made-up appearance.

She won the 2005 Big League Cheer Girls of the Year award when she was still known as the less exotic-sounding Melanie Terwisscha. 

Mark Buddle and Mel Ter Wisscha were reportedly living a jet set life in Dubai, Turkey and Cyprus after fleeing the country

Mark Buddle and Mel Ter Wisscha were reportedly living a jet set life in Dubai, Turkey and Cyprus after fleeing the country

Mel Ter Wisscha was a regular on social media while they were overseas, posting bikini pictures of herself in exotic locations and glitzy five star resorts.

Mel Ter Wisscha was a regular on social media while they were overseas, posting bikini pictures of herself in exotic locations and glitzy five star resorts.

The touchline pin-up won the princely sum of $1000 for the win, but that was a far cry from the luxury life she's been living until recently.

She and Buddle are said to have quietly split up a year ago but Ms Wisscha maintained her high life until she was seized by Turkish authorities on July 22.

Police pounced on her taxi as she left her home in Bitez near the Bodrum holiday hotspot and took her into custody as a 'foreigner who posed a risk to public order and security.'

She is still in an immigration detention centre awaiting a decision on her future - and was even unaware that her former partner had been deported back to Australia. 

Buddle was grabbed in a raid on his home in Iskele in Northern Cyprus on July 12 when police stormed through the windows to grab and deport him to Turkey before he was this week finally sent back to Australia.

Mel Ter Wisscha and Mark Buddle are said to have quietly split up a year ago but Ms Wisscha maintained her high life until she was seized by Turkish authorities on July 22

Mel Ter Wisscha and Mark Buddle are said to have quietly split up a year ago but Ms Wisscha maintained her high life until she was seized by Turkish authorities on July 22

Footage from his arrival in Darwin saw him literally being dragged backwards onto a flight down to Melbourne to face court. 

Buddle, 37, came before Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Friday to face charges over the importation of 160kg of cocaine, worth $40 million, in May 2021.

He has has also been charged with conspiring to import a commercial quantity of a border-controlled drug between March 19 and June 3, 2021.

He faces life in jail on each charge and was remanded in custody by Magistrate Kieran Gilligan to reappear by videolink on November 25. 

How new boss of Australia's most feared bikie gang rose to lead the Comanchero - as cops welcome him to the top job by slapping him with a crime order while he smokes in a dressing gown Allan Meehan, 35, is the new leader of Australia's most powerful bike gang Former Rebel turned Comanchero boss has spent entire adult life as a bikie Takes over from Mick Murray, who was recently charged with a 2019 murder  Predecessor Mick Hawi was murdered in 2018 and alleged killer was acquitted Gang's national sergeant-at-arms Tarek Zahed was also gunned down in May 

Like any new local CEO of a multinational business, Allan Meehan has plenty of work to do - but the consequences of failure might be more severe for him.

The freshly minted president of the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang takes over an organisation facing major internal and external challenges after a particularly chaotic first half of the year.

Meehan's immediate predecessor is in jail charged with murder, another of the men who previously held his position was shot dead four years ago, and his ultimate boss is on the run overseas.

Police are already working hard to limit his powers as the new boss after officers paid him a visit at his home in Yerrinbool, in the Southern Highlands of NSW, on Friday. 

They handed Meehan a notice informing him they intended to go to the Supreme Court and take out a serious crime prevention order against him.

The order would allow police to stop Meehan from associating with other bikies in NSW or use phones or bank accounts that aren't approved by them. 

New Comanchero national president Allan Meehan, 35, (pictured) has his work cut out for him taking over the country's most powerful outlaw bikie gang. Meehan takes over a club that has been embroiled in turmoil in recent months

New Comanchero national president Allan Meehan, 35, (pictured) has his work cut out for him taking over the country's most powerful outlaw bikie gang. Meehan takes over a club that has been embroiled in turmoil in recent months 

Meehan (right) has succeeded Mick Murray (centre) as the Comanchero national president after Murray was charged over a 2019 murder. National sergeant-at-arms Tarek Zahed (left) narrowly escaped death after being gunned down in May

Meehan (right) has succeeded Mick Murray (centre) as the Comanchero national president after Murray was charged over a 2019 murder. National sergeant-at-arms Tarek Zahed (left) narrowly escaped death after being gunned down in May

Police are already working hard to limit his powers as the new boss after officers paid him a visit at his home in Yerrinbool, in the Southern Highlands of NSW, on Friday

Police are already working hard to limit his powers as the new boss after officers paid him a visit at his home in Yerrinbool, in the Southern Highlands of NSW, on Friday

Criminal Groups Squad Commander superintendent Grant Taylor said the order was only taken out against the 'most serious' of people.

To make settling into the job even more difficult, the club's main enforcer barely survived a shooting in May which left him unable to perform his role and claimed the life of his brother. 

Dozens of other Comanchero have been arrested in federal police raids as part of Operation Ironside, one of the most significant crackdowns on Australian organised crime.

Shortly before Meehan's elevation Detective Inspector Graham Banks from Victoria Police's anti-bikie Echo Taskforce said the 'Comos' were struggling to maintain an effective leadership structure.

'Together with partner agencies, the Echo Taskforce is committed to targeting any attempt by the Comancheros to rebuild their ability to cause harm within the community,' he said. 

Meehan, who had been considered the heir apparent for some time, must have thought carefully about taking what has been a poisoned chalice but the career bikie appears to have the right resume for the job. 

Police handed Meehan a notice informing him they intended to go to the Supreme Court and take out a serious crime prevention order against him

Police handed Meehan a notice informing him they intended to go to the Supreme Court and take out a serious crime prevention

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