Court documents have revealed the family of a Warrawong man allegedly linked to the murder of Saso Ristevski put up $350,000 to secure his release on bail. Talatau Dal Amone was released on strict bail in August after agreeing to daily reporting, a nighttime curfew and having&nbsp;no contact with prosecution witnesses. The court also required an acceptable person/s to&nbsp;put up a $10,000 bond and agree to forfeit $350,000 if Amone failed to comply with his bail. Police claim&nbsp;Amone organised&nbsp;for three men to confront Ristevski on September 28, 2011 at a Lake Heights home&nbsp;with the intention of robbing him.&nbsp; However&nbsp;Ristevski was shot during the interaction&nbsp;and died at the scene. His death was allegedly the catalyst for two more murders in the Illawarra In court on Wednesday Amone had his reporting and curfew&nbsp;conditions suspended for the next three days&nbsp;for family commitments.