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Mohammad Kalal Biography
Who was Mohammad Kalal?
Mohammad Kalal, 36, was jailed in early 2014 for his role in two shootings the previous year when he was a high-ranking member of the notorious Blacktown BFL chapter.
An infamous member of the Brothers 4 Life gang has been found mysteriously dead just days after being released from an eight-year stint in jail.
The gangster walked free on June 2 and had been living in his Brighton Le Sands unit, in Sydney’s south.
He was found unconscious inside his home on Thursday-a week after he was paroled-by relatives conducting a welfare check, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Kalal is understood to have spent last Wednesday night with a member of his family watching the State of Origin rugby league game.
The relative then went out to get some food, but when he returned within an hour and Kalal did not answer the doorbell, he left, assuming the gangster had either fallen asleep or gone out.
The next day, the relatives were still unable to contact Kalal, so they decided to call a locksmith at his house to open the door around 1 p.m. m.
It was then that they discovered his body.
Mohammad Kalal death and Autopsy
A NSW Police spokesman said the death was not being treated as suspicious and an autopsy would be carried out to determine how he died.
Kalal was sentenced to a maximum of 10 years in prison for two shootings just three days apart in November 2013.
Crime and Attack
In the first, a 13-year-old girl was shot in western Sydney during a failed assassination attempt on now-exiled Alameddine crime clan member Masood Zakaria.
Zakaria’s teenage sister, who was hit when Kalal fired on the Blacktown house, luckily survived the attack.
Days later, Kalal was among the gunmen involved in a botched drive-by execution at Chokolatta Cafe in Bankstown.
- Mohammad Kalal, 36, was found dead in his Brighton Le Sands unit on Thursday
- The gangster was released from an eight-year jail stint a week earlier on June 2
- He was sentenced to a maximum of 10 years in prison in 2014 over two shootings