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Terrorism conviction upheld as High Court rules married couples can commit conspiracy together

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A Sydney woman found guilty of helping to plan a terror attack has lost her bid for her conviction to be overturned after the High Court dismissed her argument that a married couple could not conspire.

Alo-Bridget Namoa and Sameh Bayda dubbed themselves an “Islamic Bonnie and Clyde”.

In 2018, both were found guilty of conspiring to commit random terror attacks on…



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