Retired bikie boss promises to leave Australia after being robbed by police during dinner and threatening to five years in prison for being a & # 39; gangster & # 39; is
- Former Nomads MC national president Moudi Tajjour gave notice by the police
- The 35-year-old said he was eating with friends when the police raided the group
- In a furious online response to the letter, he says he is considering moving abroad
Retired Nomads MC boss and self-known & # 39; bikie thug & # 39; Moudi Tajjour vowed to move to another country or possibly abroad after a police raid while he was having dinner with friends.
The 35-year-old posted a letter on Instagram that he received from the police on Friday evening in which he was named as a member of the outlaw motorcycle gang of Nomads.
The letter also threatens Tajjour with five years in prison if he continues to associate with members of the group.
The Sydney resident went to Instagram to unleash a furious response to the letter claiming to have withdrawn from the club.
Retired Nomads MC boss and self-known & # 39; bikie thug & # 39; Moudi Tajjour vowed to move to another state or possibly abroad after a police raid while he was having dinner with friends
Tajjour (pictured with estranged wife Sanaa Mehajer) said he always had a gun with him when he visited Lebanon last year
& # 39; First of all, I have been retired for a while now. I can't see my friends or get a long prison sentence. Tell me how this is human to isolate someone? & # 39; Tajjour wrote.
& # 39; I'm not sure I'm going to live in Sydney for much longer, maybe to Melbourne or possibly to move abroad. I cannot live in isolation – it is like being a prisoner in my own country. & # 39;
He then says that he is not sure what the government is doing to him, since he is currently dealing with his own affairs and focusing on his podcast and other companies.
& # 39; I'm not sure why law enforcement officers have a vendetta against me & # 39 ;, he wrote.
The police letter states that the nomads have been identified as a criminal group for a number of reasons, including & # 39; gang members have been convicted of serious violence and arms crimes & # 39 ;.
The letter also threatens Tajjour with five years in prison if he continues to associate with members of the group
The Sydney resident went to Instagram to release a furious response to the letter
Other reasons that the letter gives are such as & # 39; gang members have been convicted of serious drug offenses & # 39; and the & # 39; self-identification and declaration of the club as a motorcycle club of one percent & # 39 ;.
Tajjour took control of the nomad presidency in November last year after a power struggle with former president Michael Clarke, but has since claimed that he retired.
He underwent a controversial divorce with the disgrace Sanaa of the project developer Salim Mehajer after she had concluded an AGM against him last year.
In 2006, he was imprisoned for the manslaughter of Robin Nassour, the younger brother of Fat Pizza star George.
He claims that he has withdrawn from the club to focus on other companies
He was a member of the club for almost two decades and was the youngest person ever to join.
After leaving school in eighth grade in the late 1990s, Tajjour entered the Nomads ranks as a 15-year-old under the wings of his older brother Sleiman.
& # 39; I was 15 years old – the youngest bikie ever to join a club – but I was a nominee for 16 months because I kept bumping into members, so my cousin Sam Ibrahim continued to adopt my colors, & # 39; Tajjour told Daily Mail Australia last year.
A rare photo of Tajjour & # 39; s early days as a member of Nomads shows him alongside older brother Sleiman (left) and cousin Michael Ibrahim, younger brother of owner of Kings Cross nightclub John
& # 39; You would be placed in a circle and burst with the boys for a few minutes, and if you did not drop your guard and fight until you were knocked out, you would get your colors.
& # 39; You would enter the clubhouse and they would say: & # 39; It is now up, are you sure you want to do this? How many do you want your colors to have? & # 39; … and you hit hard men, but you deserve your colors the right way. & # 39;
He claims that he has currently left the bike lifestyle behind him and focuses on other companies, including a podcast.
Tajjour seized the board of the Nomads in November last year after a power struggle with former President Michael Clarke, but has since claimed that he has retired
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