On Saturday August 13, their car was shot down in Sydney’s southwestern suburb of Panania, killing two women aged 48 and 39.
The police believe it was a planned murder. Lametta Fadlallah, who was 48, and Amner “Amy” Al Hazzour, who was 39, were both killed. Al Hazzour would have been in the wrong place at the wrong time.
At 8.50pm on Saturday evening, police were called to Revesby’s Weston Street after reporting two gunshots. Fadlallah was found dead at the scene with serious injuries. Hazzour was in poor condition and sent to a hospital in Liverpool, but her injuries were so severe that she died there. Police say Fadlallah was in the back seat of a car outside her home on Hendy Avenue when they heard a gun barrel bang through the window and someone started shooting. In Panania someone shot at their car, so they ran to the nearby town of Revesby.
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At a press conference on Sunday afternoon, Homicide Squad Chief Danny Doherty said the attack was “an organized, careful, planned murder.” The detective said: “It was busy last night, and it’s still busy now.” He also said: “It will continue because it was a horrific attack on two women who were killed in a planned murder.” It’s not right, and it’s never happened before. Doherty says Fadlallah, who is a mother of two, was known to police.
He continued: “One idea is that she probably would have been the target.” The car with four people inside was shot down by a criminal who fired several bullets into it. Doherty said the killing showed signs of organized crime, although there was no evidence of a connection to current biker gang fights. Police are concerned because the crime appears to violate an “unwritten rule” that criminal groups should not prey on families or women. “I think they don’t care anymore,” Doherty said.
A 20-year-old man was driving, and a 16-year-old girl was also in the car. Police said they were “incredibly lucky” to still be alive. “The four people in the car were the target of the criminals, who shot the car several times.”
Doherty said police were going to a number of other crime scenes in Revesby, Yagoona and Moorebank to search for clues and find out what happened. He said: ‘Some burnt out cars have been recovered and police are still investigating whether they had anything to do with the murder. These cars will be examined by a forensic team.
In their statement, NSW Police also said: “Strike Force Laurantus has been set up to investigate the incident. Officers from Homicide Squad, Bankstown Police Area Command and Metropolitan Southwest will be part of the team Crime Stoppers is asking anyone who may have information, a dash cam or CCTV footage of the area to get in touch.