A Queensland prisoner will stay behind bars after his indefinite sentence was reviewed by the Supreme Court.
Justice John Byrne today ruled Sean Stephen Hatten, 30, should remain in jail indefinitely after several attacks on fellow inmates and prison staff.
Hatten was described in court as a particularly dangerous prisoner with a serious criminal history, which includes stabbing a woman more than a dozen times in 2003.
The court was told since he has been locked up, Hatten has also assaulted a nurse and prison guard.
But Justice Byrne says those offences pale in comparison to the pre-meditated and unprovoked throat slashing of a fellow inmate in April, 2011.
The court also heard that Hatten had refused to participate in psychiatric evaluation, that he remains a serious risk to the community and did not oppose the continuation of his indefinite sentence.