Nicholas Sianis found guilty of murdering South Australian man


Nicholas Sianis is one of seven men found guilty today of the shooting murder of innocent South Australian man Jason De Ieso in 2012.

Mr Sianis, 36, was allegedly a member of the Hells Angels gang when Mr De Ieso was gunned down in his Pooraka crash repairs workshop in November 2012.

Police and prosecutors argued Mr De Ieso was the accidental victim of a feud between rival bikie gangs.

On Tuesday, a jury found Mr Sianis, along with brothers Husain Alzuain, Mohamed Alzuain and Musa Ali Alzuain, as well as Daniel Mark Jalleh, Ross William Montgomery and Kyle Lloyd Pryde, guilty of Mr De Ieso’s murder.

The jury was unable to reach a verdict on another accused man – Seywan Moradi.

The convicted men will be given mandatory life sentences.

Source: The Advertiser.




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