Dandenong-raised Mahmood Fazal, is a university-educated former member of an outlaw motorcycle club who has a unique perspective from the inside. Now as a journalist, Mahmood is exploring the fascination with violence and the real cost of this obsession.
Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content.
Show notes for Episode 91:
Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb
With thanks to Mahmood Fazal and guest co-host Vikki Petraitis
If you liked this episode, you might like Episode 24 - Australian Gangs, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow with Susanna Lobez
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