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Australia Court played dramatic vision of daylight Sydney shooting of Hamad Assaad

02:45  22 november  2019
02:45  22 november  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

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Assaad was believed to be the shooter who pulled out a gun and unleashed a hail of bullets on Barbaro in 2015 prompting suspicions Monday's Pasquale Barbaro (left) who was executed in a Sydney street was the key suspect in the fatal drive-by shooting of gangland hitman Hamad Assaad

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a person standing next to a car: Gunmen run up the driveway of Hamad Assaad's home in October 2016.© NSW Supreme Court Gunmen run up the driveway of Hamad Assaad's home in October 2016.

A court has been played vision of a man being fatally shot by masked assailants in broad daylight at a home in Sydney's south-west.

Hamad Assaad, 29, was killed on October 25, 2016 when two men wearing black hooded jumpers and tracksuit pants leapt out of a stolen black Audi and ran up to his Georges Hall home at about 9.20am.

a person standing in a room: Mr Assaad walks towards his car moments before the shooting.© Supplied Mr Assaad walks towards his car moments before the shooting.

Vision, recorded by CCTV cameras at his home, shows Mr Assaad moving a white Nissan from the driveway and parking it on the street outside before walking up to the carport to get into a Ford Ranger.

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A black Audi SQ5 can then be seen pulling into the driveway and partially onto the front lawn. Two masked men wielding handguns jump out of the front and rear passenger seats and run up towards Mr Assaad.

a man smiling next to a body of water: Hamad Assaad, 29, was shot dead at his Georges Hall home in 2016.© Facebook Hamad Assaad, 29, was shot dead at his Georges Hall home in 2016.

The pair shoot multiple times towards his driver's door at close range. They then run back to their car, with one of the gunmen letting off a final shot from near the end of the driveway.

The shooting takes about 15 seconds. No one emerges from the driver's seat of the Audi, which rapidly reverses and speeds away when the men climb back in.

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Etched in ink around Hamad Assaad 's (pictured) neck was the word 'executioner'. He was allegedly repeatedly shot in front of his nephew by two gunmen The suspected underworld killer was the key suspect in the shooting of gangland boss Walid 'Wally' Ahmad who was executed in broad daylight

The vision was played to a NSW Supreme Court jury on Thursday in the murder trial of Osama Hawat, who is accused of acting as a lookout for the unknown shooters. He has pleaded not guilty.

Prosecutors allege Mr Hawat's role was to conduct surveillance on Mr Assaad the morning of the shooting and find out if he was at home.

Mr Hawat was allegedly caught on audio surveillance afterwards talking about his role in the killing.

a person in a white room: The masked gunmen shot multiple times at close range.© NSW Supreme Court The masked gunmen shot multiple times at close range.

Detective Sergeant Ricky Hennessy, the officer in charge of the case, talked the jury through a compilation of the CCTV vision on Thursday which showed the movements of multiple cars on the morning of the shooting.

a car parked in the grass: One final shot was let off before the Audi left at speed.© Supplied One final shot was let off before the Audi left at speed.

One of those cars was a white Toyota Hiace van with pipes on the roof.

Mr Hennessy said an autopsy report showed Mr Assaad died from multiple gunshot injuries.

The trial continues.

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