Mother of Hells Angel hopes that arrested Comancheros 'rot in hell'
September 28, 2010
Bikie gang brothers arrested
Two brother from outlaw motorcycle gang the Comancheros are arrested in Sydney.
The arrest of two Comanchero bikie members in relation to the shooting of Peter Zervas outside the family's Lakemba apartment block has done little to ease Frederika Bromwich's pain.
The mother of four lost her son Anthony Zervas when he was bashed to death at Sydney Airport during a brawl between two bikie gangs in March last year. Seven days later his older brother, Peter, was shot eight times as he drove into the car park beneath his mother's apartment block.
Only days after 10 members of the Comanchero were committed to stand trial for the murder of Anthony, police yesterday made the first arrests in relation to his brother's shooting.
Officers raided the Matraville home of two brothers, Richard and Chris Fong, just before 7am and charged each with conspiracy to murder.
Peter Zervas, a Hells Angel, survived the attack on March 29 last year. The two Comancheros were refused bail to appear in Waverley Local Court today.
''I was a bit emotional,'' Ms Bromwich told the Herald. ''It's good that they caught them. I just hope they rot in hell. I'm sentenced for life. I have to live each day with my son not there.''
Ms Bromwich said she has lost two sons because she will not speak to Peter again until he stops associating with the Hells Angels. She blames Peter for Anthony's death.
The acting head of the gangs squad, Superintendent Steve French, said the arrests followed a difficult 18-month investigation. He said further arrests of Comancheros, including the gunman, could take place in coming weeks.
''I am anticipating that there will be several further arrests,'' he said.
At the same time as the Matraville arrests, police raided the Comanchero clubhouse at Milperra. A number of undisclosed items were seized.