A man has been found guilty over the carpark killing of a father-of-two which led to dramatic scenes outside a Sydney court.
The families of convicted murderer Diego Carbone and his victim Bradley Dillon clashed outside the NSW Supreme Court three years on from the fatal attack.
The trial heard Carbone lured the father to a Leichhardt underground car park in 2014 over a $2000 debt owed to the victim's sister before being shot and stabbed several times.
Carbone, 26, pleaded not guilty to murder but the evidence presented at the trial convinced the jury otherwise.
The victim's family left court celebrating a long-awaited guilty verdict with Bradley Dillon's loved ones leaving relieved over the decision.
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But their moment of happiness was cut short by the killer's family after Carbone supporters disagreed with the verdict.
The families clashed outside court before their scuffle spilled onto the streets of Darlinghurst where court officers separated the two groups.
Carbone's sentencing hearing is next month.