Tony Mokbel ... fugitive drug boss who vanished in March 2006 during his trial for cocaine  smuggling. Being hunted by Australian Federal Police and Interpol in 184 countries, he  was jailed in absentia for 12 years. A hitman has Mokbel and Carl Williams split a  $150,000 fee to have Lewis Moran killed.

Tony Mokbel ... fugitive drug boss who vanished in March 2006 during his trial for cocaine smuggling. Being hunted by Australian Federal Police and Interpol in 184 countries, he was jailed in absentia for 12 years. A hitman has Mokbel and Carl Williams split a $150,000 fee to have Lewis Moran killed.

Carl Williams sentenced to life imprisonment, with a non-parole period of 35 years, for the murders  of Jason Moran, Lewis Moran and Mark Mallia. Here he is led from Melbourne Supreme Court  after a drug trafficking hearing in 2004. Picture: Richard Cisar-wright

Carl Williams sentenced to life imprisonment, with a non-parole period of 35 years, for the murders of Jason Moran, Lewis Moran and Mark Mallia. Here he is led from Melbourne Supreme Court after a drug trafficking hearing in 2004. Picture: Richard Cisar-wright

Aussie True Crime: About Mark Moran Mark Anthony Moran (4 July 1964 – 15 June 2000) was a criminal of the infamous Moran family from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, notable for its involvement in the illegal drug trade and the Melbourne gangland killings. Moran was murdered outside his Aberfeldie home, allegedly by Carl Williams, just after 8 pm on 15 June 2000, aged 35.

Aussie True Crime: About Mark Moran Mark Anthony Moran (4 July 1964 – 15 June 2000) was a criminal of the infamous Moran family from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, notable for its involvement in the illegal drug trade and the Melbourne gangland killings. Moran was murdered outside his Aberfeldie home, allegedly by Carl Williams, just after 8 pm on 15 June 2000, aged 35.

How Jason Moran's cold-blooded murder made Australia take notice of the gangland wars

How Jason Moran's cold-blooded murder made Australia take notice of the gangland wars

The Underworld Blog: Underbelly Series 1 Cast Vs Real Comparison

The Underworld Blog: Underbelly Series 1 Cast Vs Real Comparison

Carl Williams in the custody of Taskforce Purana officers, following his arrest in 2004 for his role in the Melbourne Gangland war. Photograph: Angela Wylie AJW/Danny John

Australia's baby-faced killer Carl Williams dies in jail

Carl Williams in the custody of Taskforce Purana officers, following his arrest in 2004 for his role in the Melbourne Gangland war. Photograph: Angela Wylie AJW/Danny John

Williams is arrested in Port Melbourne on November 17, 2003. Photo: The Age/ Angela Wylie

Williams is arrested in Port Melbourne on November 17, 2003. Photo: The Age/ Angela Wylie

A young mourner (the son of Jason Moran) gestures at the media when arriving at the funeral of Jason Moran at St Mary's church in West Melbourne.  Photo:: Paul Harri...

A young mourner (the son of Jason Moran) gestures at the media when arriving at the funeral of Jason Moran at St Mary's church in West Melbourne. Photo:: Paul Harri...

Andrew “Benji” Veniamin.

Andrew “Benji” Veniamin.

Roberta Williams ... convicted drug trafficker and estranged wife of Carl Williams. She violently  lashed out at Williams and his new girlfriend during one of his recent court appearances,  but was there to support him during his sentencing hearing.

Roberta Williams ... convicted drug trafficker and estranged wife of Carl Williams. She violently lashed out at Williams and his new girlfriend during one of his recent court appearances, but was there to support him during his sentencing hearing.

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