Blood Money: Bikies, Terrorists and Middle Eastern Gangs (Google eBook)
Organised crime in Australia is more reckless and more violent than ever before. Controlled by a new wave of gangland bosses, it has broken old taboos and formed alliances that would have once been unthinkable. So who now holds the power?
There are the Middle Eastern gangs whose core business is drugs, the sale and stockpiling of dangerous weapons, extortion and large-scale fraud; the outlaw motorcycle gangs with their fortified club houses and amphetamine labs; and the Calabrian Mafia, always dangerous and opportunistic. Even more frightening, through the influence of radical Islam, organised crime and terrorism have begun to merge. Our jails are turning drug dealers and car thieves into holy warriors willing to kill indiscriminately for their cause.
With the same meticulous research that made Smack Express required reading for anyone interested in organised crime, Clive Small and Tom Gilling take us deep into this new, dark and violent Australian underworld.
'[A] horrifying account of crime and violence in Sydney.' Sydney Morning Herald
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BLOOD MONEY, written by Clive Small and Tom Gilling, looks at the world of organised crime in current-day Australia - New South Wales in particular. Post the demise of the better known gangs, post the ... Read full review
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You know you're onto a good book that has this; Darwiche had brought two rocket launchers to use in the attack. His plan had been to use one but he changed his mind when he learned that not all the ... Read full review
1 Frank Hakim and Louis Bayeh
2 The Bayehs and the Ibrahims
3 Danny Karam and his Boys
4 Michael Kanaan murders his boss
5 The Darwiches the Razzaks and the Telopea Street Boys
6 The DarwicheRazzak war
7 Drugs guns and rocket launchers
8 The traffickers
9 Bikies Inc
10 Organised crime and terrorism
Politically motivated violence in Australia 19662009