former bikie has claimed 'boiling water mixed with
urine' was poured under his cell door after he quit the
notorious Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang.
Alexander Victor Miller, who is an ex-member of the
Australian gang, says he was forced into segregation
after he handed back his colours, the Canberra
28-year-old pleaded not guilty to charges which involve
drug and firearm offences at the ACT Magistrates Court
Miller was allegedly seen driving his mother's car past
the home of rival faction leader Peter Zdravkovic on
Alexander Victor Miller, 28, (pictured) claims he
had 'boiling water mixed with urine' poured under
his cell door when he quit the the Comanchero
court heard police allegedly moved him to 24-hour
lockdown because he threatened another inmate.
Prison officers claim Miller called a fellow inmate a
'dog' and said that he knew their family.
allegedly found a sawn-off .38 rifle, ammunition,
drugs, gloves, a black balaclava and cash in the
vehicle Miller was allegedly driving past faction
leader Peter Zdravkovic's home
Australian bikie gang was reported to be split in two
factions earlier this year.
After the gang split in two, Mr Zdravkovic was wounded
in a shooting and arson attack just weeks before Miller
was allegedly seen driving near his home.
Senior Constable Dale Ohlmus - who is attached to ACT
Policing's anti-bikie unit Taskforce Nemesis - said
there was no confirmation Miller had quit the bikie
Magistrate Beth Campbell said she couldn't make a
decision based on hearsay and whether his withdrawal
from the gang was merely a 'severance of convenience'.
Campbell also said no ordinary citizen drives a car
while armed with illegal firearms and other criminal
items in an area where gang activity and warfare had
been taking place.