Innocent bystanders who saw the alleged murder of one of Australia’s most powerful bikies fear they will be targeted for telling police what they saw.
Innocent bystanders to the alleged murder of one of Australia’s most powerful bikies — who was stabbed to death in a brawl at a Canberra nightclub last month — have told investigators they fear they will be targeted for retribution because they have spoken to police.
Pitasoni Ulavalu, 48, the Canberra chapter president of the Comanchero MC, died on the footpath on Bunda St, outside a packed Kokomo’s nightclub last month.
According to a police document, there were 97 witnesses to the brawl, of whom more than 35 were, as of late last week, yet to provide information about what they saw.
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