Major shakeup in Australia’s underworld as new bikie bosses are named: Meet the new faces behind one of the country’s most feared gangs
- Bemir Saracevic, 35, new boss of Comancheros
- He’s friends with fellow bikies Allan Meehan and Tarek Zahed
A house painter from Melbourne has officially been named as the new national boss of the Comanchero bikie gang.
Bemir Saracevic, 35, who drives a $700,000 Lamborghini Aventator, has replaced the former National President, Allan Meehan, following his arrest last month.
Saracevic and Meehan, known as the Bathrobe Bikie after a series of pictures emerged of him in dressing gowns, are known to be close and were recently pictured together at the lightweight fight between George Kambosos and Devin Haney in October last year.
The Comancheros have seen a string of leadership changes, with the ‘Supreme Commander’ – the group’s international boss – also changing hands.
Bemir Saracevic, 35, (right) who drives a $700,000 Lamborghini Aventator, has replaced the former National President, Allan Meehan (left), following his arrest last month
That role will now be held by a former Sydneysider now living in Dubai, Noah ‘Bones’ Ramziya, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Ramziya owns a wedding car hire company and succeeds former Supreme Commander Duax Ngakuru who was arrested in Turkey in January.
Ramziya is understood to be the proud owner of a Bentley, and hangs out with former Comanchero Marco Coffin who now lives overseas.
Another Comanchero, Tarek Zahed, had been set to take over the club’s national arm before he was arrested and charged with the 2014 murder of Youssef Assoum.
In 2016, Saracevic was sentenced to three years behind bars for the blackmail of two property developers
Zahed had escaped an attempt on his own life outside a gym in Sydney’s west in May last year.
He suffered ten bullet wounds with the attack claiming the life of his brother Omar.
Saracevic has also been pictured with Zahed, and is good mates with former Supreme Mick Murray – who is behind bars on a charge of murder.
The Comancheros leadership had been thrown into disarray when the former president Mark Buddle was arrested in Turkey and extradited to Australia in August, last year, over drug importation charges
The Comancheros leadership had been thrown into disarray when the former president Mark Buddle was arrested in Turkey and extradited to Australia in August, last year, over drug importation charges.
In 2016, Saracevic was sentenced to three years behind bars for the blackmail of two property developers.
Saracevic, a father-of-three, came to Australia as a child with his family from war-torn Bosnia.
He joined the Comancheros in 2013.
Despite the Comancheros boss being based in Melbourne, underworld sources claim members in Sydney are still calling the shots.
Those Sydney-based bikies are running the ‘Commission’, a mafia-like organisation controlling the price of drugs being imported.
‘Most of the drugs come into Sydney and move on from there and is where the power is, although a lot of guys have moved interstate because of the pressure NSW cops keep putting on them,’ one underworld source told the publication.
Saracevic (centre) is seen with Allan Meehan (left) and Tarek Zahed (right)
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