A man who helped cover up the gangland execution of Mahmoud “Mick” Hawi outside a Sydney gym has been described as “no better” than the man who pulled the trigger – but could be released from jail next year.
Ahmad “Adam” Doudar admitted to hiding a silver Toyota Aurion used as one of two getaway cars to flee the hit on February 15, 2018 out of “misguided loyalty” to his friend the masked gunman.
The brazen broad daylight shooting of Hawi, 37, once the national president of the Comanchero MC, rocked Sydney and its criminal underworld.
Hawi was shot in a hail of bullets by a balaclava-clad executioner as he sat in his Mercedes four-wheel-drive after completing one of his regular gym session at Fitness First Rockdale.
He died in St George Hospital after being shot multiple times in the head, face and shoulder.
Facing up to 25 years behind bars, Doudar, 40, was on Thursday sentenced to a minimum of three years and four months prison after being convicted of being an accessory after the fact to murder.
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