Shocking moment Brothers For Life gangster ‘Little Crazy’ is stabbed in prison after his cousin was murdered outside his house – sparking fears of all-out gangland war
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- Gangster Mohammed ‘Little Crazy’ Hamzy, 35, was stabbed in prison on Friday
- The images show how Hamzy is stabbed in the chest four times by a fellow prisoner
- The alleged attacker is also reportedly a member of the Brothers For Life gang
- Mohammed’s cousin Maid Hamzy was shot outside his house on Monday
- Mejid may have been murdered by a rival gang or fighting Brothers For Life members
- He is the brother of the notorious gangster Bassam Hamzy, who is in Supermax prison
Mohammed ‘Little Crazy’ Hamzy (pictured) was stabbed in prison in northwest Sydney on Friday afternoon
Violent footage has surfaced of a Brothers For Life gangster being stabbed in the chest by a fellow inmate in prison.
Mohammed ‘Little Crazy’ Hamzy, 35, was stabbed to death Friday afternoon at the John Morony Correctional Center in northwest Sydney.
CCTV images obtained by Nine news shows Hamzy talking to a prisoner when another prisoner in a bucket hat approaches and stabs him in the chest four times.
The attacking inmate is also reportedly a member of the Brothers For Life gang and used a ‘prison-made weapon’ to stab Hamzy.
Hamzy pushed back his attacker before a prison guard tried to restrain the shiv-wielding inmate.
He then went on the attack, throwing four punches in the attacker’s face as the guard tried to separate the two prisoners.
Mohammed ‘Little Crazy’ Hamzy (pictured right), 35, was stabbed when another inmate and fellow gang member (pictured left) attacked him Friday afternoon at John Morony Correctional Center in northwest Sydney
Another jailer then arrived to pull Hamzy away, prompting the gangster to grin and point his middle finger at his attacker.
He was treated on the spot for non-life-threatening stab wounds to the chest, while a 34-year-old man sustained bruises and minor injuries in the attack.
Both men were taken to hospital for treatment.
Hamzy is behind bars for shooting his former friend and fellow gang member Yehya Amoud in 2012.
His stabbing from a fellow Brothers For Life member suggests there is an internal feud within the gang.
After being stabbed, Hamzy (shown left in both images) went on the attack and threw four punches to the attacker’s face as the guard tried to keep the two prisoners apart. Another jailer then arrived to pull Hamzy away, prompting the gangster to grin and point his middle finger at his attacker
Mohammed Hamzy is the cousin of Mejid Hamzy, who was killed in a suspected drive-by shooting on Simmat Avenue in Condell Park, South West Sydney, at about 7:30 a.m. on Monday.
He is also the cousin of Bassam Hamzy, the founder and leader of the violent Sydney gang Brothers For Life.
NSW police said they were called to the correctional center at about 2 p.m. on Friday after reports of an attack.
“Officers from Nepean Police Area Command have identified a crime scene and investigators have begun an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident,” a statement read.
Police are investigating whether Mejid was killed as part of a drug abuse war with a rival crime family or the apparent ongoing feud within Brothers For Life.
Friday’s stabbing comes after his cousin Mejid Hamzy (left) was shot dead in Sydney on Monday. Mohammed is also the cousin of Bassam Hamzy, the founder and leader of violent Sydney gang Brothers For Life (right)
Earlier this week, Mejid’s cousin warned there may be more bloodshed on the streets following Monday’s shooting.
‘I just hope there’s no retaliation. It’s going to get very ugly, I’ll tell you that,’ the cousin told Daily Mail Australia.
The cousin said Mejid had little if anything to do with his younger brother Bassam.
Bassam is serving 40 years in jail for a string of offences inside Goulburn Supermax, Australia’s highest security prison.
Bankstown Police Acting Superintendent Darren Sly told reporters they were concerned about retaliation from Mejid’s associates.
‘Police are always worried in circumstances like this where we have a public shooting, that there could be repercussions but certainly police will make all their efforts to try and stop it if we can,’ he said.
A burnt out car could be seen parked on the suburban street with debris and shattered glass strewn on the street