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After months of scrutiny from the media and politicians, the highly organised Melbourne criminal network known simply as the ‘Apex’ gang, has managed to get the heads of each chapter in the same room, to discuss the future of their organisation as a whole
Leaders from different families of the Apex network, including Sunshine West, Dandenong, St Kilda, Werribee and Footscray have are believed to have peacefully negotiated territories and market share for their different activities.
It appears that the 16-year-old leader of the Dandenong family was eager to push for a greater hold in the areas of human trafficking and waste management, while Sunshine West said they were comfortable with their usual protection rackets and gambling dens.
The oldest ‘don’ present was the 19-years old leader of the St Kilda family known only as ‘Big Dog’ – who despite no formal tertiary education is widely considered to have been responsible for the alleged fixing of the 2016 AFL grand final.
After a 12-hour conference, a growing hostility between the Werribee and Sunshine West families was resolved, with the Sunshine West boss offering to hand over his volatile 13-year-old brother in exchange for a ceasefire.
The Victorian police were unable to give comment because the gang doesn’t really exist according to their intel and statistics, however Immigration Minister Peter Dutton was quick to condemn every single Sudanese-Australian for the actions of these teenage organised crime professionals.