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 claimed that a wife was immune from the charge of conspiracy with a husband, based on common law
- But the High Court confirmed if that ever was the historical position of the law, it was no longer the case
- Namoa and her husband Alo-Bridget Namoa were convicted of conspiring to commit random terror attacks on non-Muslims on New Year’s Eve 2015
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…