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Terrorist helper takes back Cheng apology

An Islamic State member convicted of aiding in the 2015 shooting of Curtis Cheng has retracted an apology he made to the victim's widow, a court has heard.
Credit: SBS - Published

'Remorse bulls**t': Accused withdraws apology to murdered Curtis Cheng's widow

An Islamic State member convicted of aiding in the 2015 shooting of Curtis Cheng has retracted an apology he made to the victim's widow, a court has heard.
Credit: SBS - Published

Terrorist helper not sorry for Cheng death

An Islamic State member convicted of aiding in the 2015 shooting of Curtis Cheng has retracted an apology he made to the victim's widow, a court has heard.
Credit: SBS - Published

Terrorist helper recants apology, says he is not sorry for death of Curtis Cheng

A man convicted over the killing of NSW Police accountant Curtis Cheng has recanted his apology to the victim's widow because he "slipped up" and actually isn't remorseful, a Sydney court has heard.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Curtis Cheng's son calls out Fraser Anning

The son of murdered police accountant Curtis Cheng has rejected federal MP Fraser Anning's call for a ban on Muslim immigration, and wants scapegoating to end.
Credit: SBS - Published

'Maccas' on mind of NSW terror accused: QC

A man accused of plotting with others before the NSW terror shooting of Curtis Cheng had agreed to lunch with his friend, not to buy a gun, a court has heard.
Credit: SBS - Published

Terror accused wanted meal, not gun: QC

A man accused of plotting with others before NSW Police employee Curtis Cheng's death had agreed to lunch with his friend, not to buy a gun, a court has heard.
Credit: SBS - Published

Trial begins for man accused of being 'lookout' for meetings before Curtis Cheng shot dead

Mustafa Dirani allegedly acted as "lookout" as two men met to exchange the gun later used by teenager Farhad Jabar to kill NSW Police accountant Curtis Cheng, his trial has heard.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Gun supplier in Curtis Cheng murder gets 13 years' jail

A young Sydney man who supplied a gun later used in the terror-inspired killing of police accountant Curtis Cheng has been sentenced to at least 13 years' jail.
Credit: SBS - Published

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