Convicted terrorist faces indefinite detention | ABC News

One of Australia’s most notorious terrorist prisoners could be held in detention even after he finishes his prison sentence later this year.

The ABC has been told that Abdul Nacer Benbrika, jailed in 2008 for being a leader of a terror cell that plotted attacks on Australian soil, has been asked to undergo interviews with a forensic psychologist as Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton considers whether to apply to have him locked up even after his sentence finishes in November.

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