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Australian biker gang boss Amad Malkoun checks himself out of hospital, goes into hiding after botched assasination attempt in Athens

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Former boss of Australian Comanchero biker gang  mraculously survived assassination attempt after being targeted outside a gym in Athens, Greece over the weekend
Amad ‘Jay’ Malkoun, 56, survived the attempted car-bombing in Athens  on March 1
Ex-Comanchero boss has reportedly fled after checking himself out of hospital and has gone into hiding
Senior investigator says Malkoun remains in contact with authorities
Convicted heroin dealer Malkoun remains an influential figure within the Comancheros group, now involved in a gang turf war gripping in Melbourne
He allegedly established a power base in Greece working with Russian gangs
A former Comanchero biker gang boss targeted in an assassination attempt outside a gym in Athens has checked himself out of a Greek hospital and gone into hiding, reports said.
Amad ‘Jay’ Malkoun checked out of the Asklipeio General Hospital in Voula, 15km south of Athens, over the weekend against the advice of doctors.
Malkoun was still being treated for serious burns as well as injuries to his legs and hands following the explosion that tore through his luxury car in February.
A senior investigator revealed that the 56-year-old former Victorian president of the Comanchero biker gang had remained in contact with law enforcement since leaving hospital and going into hiding..
After a powerful explosion ripped through his car on the outskirts of Athens [photo]. Jay Malkoun is reportedly being treated for severe burns and multiple leg and hand injuries at an undisclosed location
Doctors were treating him for serious burns and multiple leg and hand injuries after a powerful explosion ripped through his his white AMG Mercedes, on the outskirts of Athens.
The blast was so devastating that Malkoun’s wife, Samantha Malkoun, who flew to Greece to be at her husband’s bedside feared he would not survive after seeing pictures of his horrific injuries.
Malkoun’s wife, Samantha [photo], flew to Greece to be at her husband’s bedside and said she’d feared he was dead after seeing photos of his injuries
Greek police forensics team inspect the wreckage of malkoun’s car in Atens after the blast
Police say the blast was caused by a remotely triggered device built with  dynamite

The senior investigator said Malkoun was circulating without security guards, ‘just some friends and co-workers’ who helped yank him out of the flaming car, moments after the blast.
Experts believe the blast was triggered by sticks of dynamite linked to a remote control device that was activated as the convicted heroin dealer entered his car.

A senior investigator revealed that the 56-year-old former Victorian president of the Comanchero bike gang has remained in contact with state authorities after providing them with a detailed testimony late Sunday.

Fragments from the powerful car bomb explosion were found across a 150-metre radius

The senior investigator said Malkoun was circulating without security guards, ‘just some friends and co-workers’ who helped yank him out of the flaming car, moments after the blast.
Fragments from the explosion were found across a 150-metre radius.
Confronting images and videos broadcast on local medial and social media sites showed Malkoun laying badly injured on the road before the ambulance and rescue crew arrived.

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