The fatal Café Lindt siege in Sydney has been deemed an act of terror, yet the official inquest report regarding the tragic episode will question whether murderer Man Haron Monis was behaving directly in the name of ISIS.T he much anticipated report detailing the attack, which placed Sydney’s CBD into lockdown and left two hostages dead, will be shared by NSW Coroner Michael Barnes next Wednesday. The 600-page report will apparently scrutinize Commonwealth agencies failure to share important information regarding the killer with NSW police forces, The Courier Mail reports.
It’s taken over two years to confirm a terrorist attack was in fact a terrorist attack.
- The report detailing the Cafe Lindt siege will be released next Wednesday
- The inquest will reveal the fatal incident led by killer Monis was an act of terror
- Yet will cast doubt as to whether the gunman was behaving in the name of ISIS
- ASIO will avoid receiving the brunt of the blame, with it being evenly shared
- The inquest details how ASIO had a series of prior warnings as to Monis’ danger