The widow of a murdered ex-bikie who was shot in broad daylight has broken her silence the day her life changed forever.
Carolina González was shopping in Rockdale, South Sydney, on February 15, the day of her husband's murder, when she received a call that shook her to the core.
Ms. Gonzalez sat down with The Daily Telegraph for an exclusive interview where she described her husband's killer as "cowards."
Carolina Gonzalez, the widow of murdered former biker boss Mick Hawi, (photographed as a whole) who was shot dead in broad daylight, has spoken about the day her life changed forever.
I started shaking, my body went into shock. He kept telling me he was going to be fine, "he told The Daily Telegraph.
Former commander Commander Hawi was repeatedly shot when he sat in his car in front of a gym in southeast Sydney on February 15.
She said her husband had changed his life after breaking ties with his bikie gang past and that he was a loving father to his children, even trying to negotiate peace between the bikie gangs at war.
Seven months later and Miss Gonzalez said she still has trouble finding the words to explain to her children what happened to her father.
Former Comanchero boss Hawi was repeatedly shot when he sat in his car outside the gym in southeast Sydney on February 15 (pictured)
Family and friends gather for the funeral of murdered former Comanchero chief Mick Hawi in February 2018
The couple met while still in high school and stayed together for 23 years, until Hawi's death, having three children together.
Weeks after the death of her late husband, Ms. González requested to use her sperm to conceive another child, saying that Hawi had always wanted a daughter to go with her three children.
"That was also taken from us, regardless of the life that Mike took before going to jail, his murder was not justified because the murderer played with God that day, it was not his role." & # 39; she said.
Ms. Gonzalez said that she was not naive and that she was fully aware of the man who was once her husband, but said that the prison had "taught her that life was not worth wasting time."
She said that she was not naive and that she was fully aware of the man her husband once went to, but said that the prison had "taught her that life was not worth wasting time."
"When he came out he did a 360 and it was over, and when it was over, it was over, and even before the jail, he changed his circle of friends and grew up living with the Comanchero," he said.
She said the shooter had not only killed Hawi that February day, but had also destroyed the lives of her and her three children in the process.
Members of the lone wolf bikini Ahmed Doudar, 38, and Yusaf Nazlioglus, 37, were arrested in August and charged with their alleged roles in the execution of daylight.