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Bourke Street stab attack inquest hears why man who killed Sisto Malaspina was not considered a serious threat

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The man who went on a stabbing rampage in Melbourne’s Bourke Street in 2018 was not considered a serious threat because he liked to smoke cannabis and drink alcohol in defiance of radical Islam, an inquest has heard.

A counter-terror operative told Victoria’s Coroner that in the lead-up to Hassan Khalif Shire Ali’s bloody attack, his behaviour was “more consistent with an active criminal”.

“Shire Ali’s involvement with Victoria Police…



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