Back in May last year there was considerable excitment surrounding alleged kidnap and torture in Kambah which required the black pyjama brigade to rescue the victim.
The ABC identified Sharon Ann Stott as one of the alleged offenders. She was bailed later in the month.
She was then arrested in June on three counts of alleged ice trafficking.
Even the merciful ACT courts at this point decided that the public needed protection from Ms Stott until such time as she came to trial and discharged any sentence that may be delivered.
Yesterday her latest bail application was rejected.
Interestingly Justice Penfold has determined that there’s no evidence Ms Stott’s children would be better off with their mother.
However with years to go before all the trials are completed it does highlight the terrible state of the justice system in the ACT.