Revesby Shooting: Solving Gangland Murders “Not an Hour CSI Program”: Karen Webb

Solving a gang murder doesn’t follow an hour’s script CSINSW-style crime TV show Karen Webb said, adding that the “unfortunate reality” is that the cases piling up in the Sydney suburbs are complex and take time.

It’s the first time Webb has commented since gunmen killed two women in the backseat of a car parked in a residential area of ​​Panania on Saturday night, bringing the number of suspected gang killings in Sydney to seven this year – nearly each a death month on average.

The scene of the fatal double shooting of tinsel Fadlallah and Amneh

The scene of the fatal double shooting of tinsel Fadlallah and Amneh “Amy” al-Hazouri.Recognition:Walter Peeters

So far, arrests have been made in connection with one of those alleged murders: that of Mahmoud “Brownie” Ahmed. Two men, now on trial, were arrested in June and July and charged with aiding and abetting murder. Whoever fired the fatal shots remains at large.

Asked Thursday whether NSW police are losing the war on gang violence, Webb said she “wouldn’t call it a war” but “every day there are almost 18,000 cops out on the streets protecting our communities” from violence in his various forms, including sexual abuse and domestic violence.

As for organized crime, she said, it’s “very complex [and] motivated by money”.

“This is not CSI one-hour program. These are complex and take time,” she said.

NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb says an investigation into a gang killing is not

NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb says an investigation into a gang killing is not “an hour-long programme”. Recognition:Nine

The shooting of Tinsel Fadlallah, 48, and Amneh “Amy” al-Hazouri, 39, on Saturday night while they were in a car with a 20-year-old man at the wheel and a 16-year-old girl in the front passenger seat was still “a very active investigation,” she said. The teenager and the driver were not physically injured in the attack.

“We have multiple crime scenes, found many forensic exhibits including vehicles and ammunition” that are still being worked on, Webb said.

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