The Sydney cafe gunman’s widow, Amirah Droudis, has been jailed after her bail was revoked following a successful plea from government prosecutors in Sydney on Monday.
Accused of murdering Man Horan Monis’s previous wife, Droudis today faced Downing Centre Local Court in downtown Sydney where prosecutors argued she was ‘capable of doing criminal acts’ on her fanatical husband’s behalf.
Noleen Hayson Pal’s body was found stabbed and burned to death in the stairwell of a western Sydney apartment block in April 2013. Droudis was charged with her murder and Monis as an accessory to the alleged killing.
Chief Magistrate Grame Henson said Droudis posed an ‘unacceptable risk to the community’ after prosecutors introduced more than 90 minutes of fresh video evidence.
The material was not tendered in court during Droudis’ previous bail hearing in December 2013, twelve months prior…