BY: Christine Flatley
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Australia - Two bikies suspected of involvement in a road-rage murder on the Gold Coast have asked Queensland's crime watchdog to hand over documents they believe will help them avoid being hauled before a star chamber.
The two NSW-based motorcycle gang members were issued late last year with notices to appear before a Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) coercive hearing in Brisbane.
The star chamber examinations, where witnesses risk jail if they refuse to answer questions, are often held in major crime cases where suspects refuse to cooperate with police.
The CMC wants to question the two men, who cannot be named, over their alleged involvement in the shooting death of Omega Rushton, 32
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