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AustraliaMen charged over Vic boxing match death

08:32  10 march  2019
08:32  10 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Man charged with murder over boxing match triple shooting One of three alleged gunmen involved in the fatal triple shooting at a Melbourne boxing tournament was charged with murder, as a court heard ongoing rivalry between two groups is to blame for the chilling attack.

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Two men are set to face a Sydney court over a fatal shoot-out at a Melbourne boxing match , with police hoping to extradite the pair back to Victoria .

Men charged over Vic boxing match death© AAP Image/NSW Police Force, Nathan Patterson Two men are set to face a Sydney court over a fatal shoot-out at a Melbourne boxing match, with police hoping to extradite the pair back to Victoria. Two men arrested in Sydney over a fatal shooting at a boxing match in Melbourne are due to face court.

Brunswick man Abdullah El Nasher, 27, and Pascoe Vale man Mikhael Myko, 25, were arrested by NSW Police in Bankstown about 9.45pm on Friday.

They were due to face Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday but their appearance was delayed due to a strike by NSW prison staff.

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Two men arrested in Sydney over a fatal shooting at a boxing match in Melbourne are due to face court in coming days. Police are expected to apply for the men to be extradited back to Victoria when they face a Sydney court. They have been charged with a Victorian arrest warrant for murder.

A man arrested in NSW over a fatal shootout at a Melbourne boxing match will be extradited to Victoria to face in court. Mikhael Myko, 25, had an extradition hearing at the Parramatta Local Court on Sunday afternoon and was remanded into the custody of Victoria Police. He has been charged with

Police are expected to apply for the men to be extradited back to Victoria when the case appears before court.

It's expected the matter will be heard on Sunday following the strike's end on Saturday evening.

The alleged gunmen had been on the run since a 30-year-old man, reported as Ben Togiai, was shot at a boxing match at Melbourne Pavilion in Kensington a week ago.

The pavilion had been packed to capacity with about 1000 fans.

A 34-year-old Lalor man and a 32-year-old Craigieburn man were also taken to hospital after the shooting, in what police believe was a targeted attack.

The fatal shooting occurred outside the building, with a number of cars also being sprayed by bullets, while the Lalor man was shot in the pavilion foyer before being kicked and punched.

Police say they want to speak to Brunswick man Abdullah El Nasher and a fourth man.

Media reported the match was attended by high-profile underworld figures Mick Gatto and Toby Mitchell and members of the Haddara family.

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