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Who is Alo-Bridget Namoa ?
A woman who described herself and her husband as a Bonnie and Clyde jihadist has been re-jailed after repeatedly violating a federal control order.
But Alo-Bridget Namoa has come out free of her again, after her new sentence was pushed back to the date she was returned to custody after she re-arrested her.
The now 24-year-old and Sameh Bayda were convicted in 2018 of conspiring between December 8, 2015 and January 25, 2016 to carry out an act of preparation for a terrorist act.
Sameh Bayda was given four years behind bars
Namoa was imprisoned in the Supreme Court for three years and nine months with a minimum period of two years and 10 months.
When she was released in December 2019, a control order was imposed on her that included conditions designed to protect the public from a terrorist act.
He later pleaded guilty in District Court to three counts of breach of the order, including cell phone misuse allowed from him.
Namoa on Monday was sentenced to 16 months with a 12-month non-parole period.
She was released from custody as the term traced back to her when she returned to jail in July 2020.
It was said at the couple’s trial that the 18-year-olds were married in an Islamic ceremony ahead of Bayda’s planned ‘attack’ on non-Muslims on New Year’s Eve 2015.
Their phones contained a large amount of extremist material, including graphic images and videos of beheadings and soldiers carrying Islamic flags.
Alo-Bridget Namoa Quick and Facts
Alo-Bridget Namoa breached a control order to protect public from terrorist act
- The 24-year-old was sentenced to at least two years and 10 months in jail in 2018
- She and husband Sameh Bayda were found guilty of preparing for a terrorist act
- On her release she was subject to conditions which she repeatedly breached