A third man has been charged with the murder of former Comanchero bikie chief Mahmoud "Mick" Hawi, who was gunned down in Sydney.
Jamal El Jaidi was arrested in February and charged with possessing a prohibited pistol, and has been held in custody since then.
Detectives charged El Jaidi with murder as the 31-year-old appeared at Burwood Local Court on Thursday.
Mr Hawi was shot as he got into his car outside a gym in Rockdale in Sydney's south in February 2018.
Two Lone Wolf outlaw motorcycle gang members, Yusuf Nazlioglu and Ahmad Doudar, were previously charged with murdering Hawi, who was shot multiple times as he sat in his luxury vehicle.
Police claim Nazlioglu and Doudar had a financial motive to kill Hawi, 37, who was jailed over the 2009 bashing death of Hells Angels associate Anthony Zervas in a wild brawl at Sydney Airport.
A third man, 36-year-old Moustafa Salami, was charged with being an accessory after the killing.
Hawi had mainly flown under the radar following his release from prison in 2015 until he was gunned down.
El Jaidi was refused bail and ordered to reappear on May 8.