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Renowned ‘Rebels’ biker gang boss shot dead in front of shocked families by sniper

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The horrific moment when families flee in fear after former Rebels biker gang leader Nick Martin was shot dead in Australia by a sniper is seen in a video.

Martin’s body lies on the ground in the film, broadcast by 9 News, as paramedics attempt to carry him back to life at Perth Motorplex, where he was gunned down mercilessly last night, December 12.

The 51-year-old was severely shot to his chest by a gunshot wound and died at the spectator stands.

In chaotic scenes at the drag-racing case, one witness tells the TV channel people were desperately trying to up and leave”.

In the crossfire, a five-year-old boy was wounded, grazed by a bullet, and a 31-year-old man was struck by the same bullet in his leg that killed Martin Ad, passing through his body.

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Nick had survived a suicide attempt in 2011

In the midst of increasing fears of an all-out war ignited by Martin’s murder, Western Australia Police Commissioner Chris Dawson told reporters there will be a crackdown on gangland violence.

“He said In a crowd in Western Australia, the group is justifiably appalled at this form of violent criminal activity.

“This is not the Western Australia that we want to live in.”

Martin previously survived an assassination attempt at his own home in 2011 during an internal Rebels fight that won him many enemies.

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Rebels have been converging on his widow’s home to pay their respects, despite his unpopularity with some members.

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