Sydney's Middle Eastern crime gangs unique characteristic

 Retired assistant commissioner Ken 'Slasher' McKay says Sydney gangs unique  The former police officer said the Middle Eastern gangs hold grudges longer  They hand down their grudges through generations making them dangerous

By Belinda Cleary For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:49 GMT, 2 December 2017 | Updated: 05:49 GMT, 2 December 2017

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Sydney's Middle Eastern Crime gangs are as unique as they are dangerous, according to an ex-cop who has revealed they are very good at holding grudges.

According to retired assistant commissioner Ken 'Slasher' McKay the 'mostly Lebanese' crime gangs pass their grudges on, generation after generation.

This is what makes them unique - with most gangs grudges stop when a new generation comes through, The Daily Telegraph reports.

According to retired assistant commissioner Ken 'Slasher' McKay the 'mostly Lebanese' crime gangs pass their grudges on, generation after generation

According to retired assistant commissioner Ken 'Slasher' McKay the 'mostly Lebanese' crime gangs pass their grudges on, generation after generation

'Both in the Christian and Islamic Middle Eastern families, they hold onto old grudges and pass them down through generations so generational change has no impact,' he said

'Both in the Christian and Islamic Middle Eastern families, they hold onto old grudges and pass them down through generations so generational change has no impact,' he said

'Both in the Christian and Islamic Middle Eastern families, they hold onto old grudges and pass them down through generations so generational change has no impact.

'The younger brothers and the cousins take over,' he said.

Most other gangs are able to be broken up as people die or get locked up.

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