Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis thought people could read his mind, an inquest has heard. The inquest is examining a range of issues in relation to Monis, who took 17 people hostage at the
Sydney siege inquest opens Monday and probes gunman’s background Man Haron Monis was a secretive character from a modest background Inquest also …
Mar 22, 2016 · The man behind a deadly siege at a Sydney cafe fired at some of the hostages as they escaped but missed, possibly because of his limited experience with guns, an inquest heard Tuesday.
The man behind a deadly siege at a Sydney cafe fired at some of the hostages as they escaped but missed, possibly because of his limited experience with guns, an inquest heard on Tuesday.
The inquest will look at whether prosecuting authorities responded appropriately in granting bail to Man Haron Monis, the gunman in 2014’s Lindt Cafe siege.
Iranian born Muslim cleric, Sheik Haron, who is named in court papers as Man Haron Monis, has been named as the hostage taker at Lindt Chocolat Cafe at Martin Place in Sydney, Dec, 15, 2014.
Jan 29, 2015 · Sydney siege inquest hears that police raid was conducted after crazed gunman Man Haron Monis executed a hostage in the back of the head
The 2014 Sydney hostage crisis, also known as the Sydney siege and Lindt Cafe siege, occurred on 15–16 December 2014 when a lone gunman, Man Haron Monis, held hostage ten customers and eight employees of a Lindt chocolate café located at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia.
The issues the inquest will determine include what terrorist associations, if any, Monis had. During the siege he claimed to have bombs and said Australia was under attack by the Islamic State.
Iran says it requested the extradition of Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis 14 years ago, but Australia refused to hand him over because there was no …
Dec 16, 2014 · • Gunman and 2 hostages killed as Sydney siege ends 18.12 The gunman’s former lawyer, 14.46 The Telegraph’s Tom Whitehead reports that suspected Sydney hostage taker Man Haron Monis had
SYDNEY Siege gunman Man Monis once ditched his robes for bikie gear, bought a bike and tried to join a chapter of the Rebels gang, who ousted him for being weird, the siege inquest has been told.
Sydney siege inquest raises uncomfortable questions for police. The siege ended when gunman Man Haron Monis shot Mr Johnson about 2.14am, after 17 hours in the cafe. which pointed to a
The man behind a deadly siege at a Sydney cafe fired at some of the hostages as they escaped but missed, possibly because of his limited experience with guns, an inquest heard Tuesday. Self-declared Muslim cleric Man Haron Monis took customers and staff at …