& # 39; He is a grub & # 39 ;: prison boss reveals that Ivan Milat looked in the mirror a hundred times a day and said he was innocent & # 39; – as a serial killer grandson says the monster & # 39; is better off dead & # 39;
- The worst serial killer Ivan Milat from Australia has been photographed for the first time in 10 years
- Milat was transferred Tuesday morning to the Long Bay Prison, south of Sydney
- The 74-year-old has spent the last two weeks at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick
- Milat is fighting terminal cancer and doctors have given him weeks to live
Australia's most notorious serial killer, Ivan Milat, looked in the mirror and told himself he was innocent 100 times a day, according to a former prison boss.
Ron Woodham also said that the convicted murderer will never admit that he killed seven backpackers on the outskirts of Sydney in the 1990s.
& # 39; He has shown no regrets and I don't think he will ever tell the truth about what really happened & said the NSW Corrective Services Commissioner. Daily telegram.
& # 39; He looked in the mirror and told himself 100 times a day that he was innocent. He is a grub. & # 39;
It comes when Milat & # 39; s grandson Adrian, the son of his only daughter Lynise, said he doesn't care if the killer dies.
& # 39; It's better to die and save taxpayers, & # 39; he said to the Telegraph.
A fragile-looking Ivan Milat (photo) was first seen in a decade while he was being driven from Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick to be transported to nearby Long Bay Prison
Former NSW Corrective Services Commissioner Rod Woodham (photo) said that Milat will never confess that he killed seven backpackers on the outskirts of Sydney in the 1990s
Milat (photo) – the worst serial killer ever in Australia – has been in hospital since May 13 where he is being treated for esophageal cancer. Doctors have given him only a few weeks to live
Milat was first seen in a decade on Tuesday when he was transferred from the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick to the nearby Long Bay Prison.
The 74-year-old has been treated for painful throat cancer in the past two weeks and has a life expectancy of three months.
According to a police department, officers will not waste time extracting an unlikely confession in his final days.
Milat can only drink soup and weighs only 64 kg after losing weight during treatment, according to the Telegraph.
In 1996, Milat was convicted of killing seven backpackers and dumping their bodies in the Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney.
But despite a mountain of evidence against him, he has never known.
Milat, 74, was dressed in regular prisoner green with long white hair, while his distinctive steering mustache was also white. He looked thin and had lost nearly 20 kg in recent months
Milat worked in construction in the 1980s. His handlebar mustache (pictured) became legendary
Milat has spent the last 23 years in the Supermax prison of Goulburn, the strictest in Australia.
He has only left the prison twice – once in 2001 for a court case and once in 2009 when he cut his finger.
He serves seven life sentences, all of which must be served consecutively and without the possibility of conditional release.
Milat stabbed most of his victims – decapitated someone whose head was never found – and shot him another 10 times as if he were using her for target exercises.
He was also questioned in 2004 about the disappearance of two nurses in Parramatta in 1980 when he was working in the nearby Granville depot of the dismantled main roads department.
In 2006, police investigated Milat as the person most likely to kill a schoolgirl and her boyfriend who disappeared from northern Sydney in 1978.
After two weeks in the hospital, Milat was transferred under heavy surveillance from police and prison officers
He was wearing white Dunlop volley-style shoes and had links on his feet and handcuffs on his hands
Milat (right) and his brother Richard (guts) sing at a family gathering. During his trial, Milat's lawyer tried to blame Richard for some of the backpacker murders
THE MILAT KILLS
Between 1989 and 1992, seven young backpackers were missing while hitchhiking in the suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales.
Their bodies were all discovered in the Belanglo State Forest, near Bowral, south of Sydney, and were found to be the victims of serial killer Ivan Milat.
The victims were:
Victorians Deborah Everist and James Gibson, both 19, who were last seen in December 1989, and who were stabbed several times each.
The German Simone Schmidl, 20, disappeared in January 1991 and died of several stab wounds, including a knife through her spinal cord.
The German Gabor Neugebauer, 21, who was pinched six times and shot six times, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Anja Habschied, who was beheaded after they disappeared in January 1992.
British Caroline Clarke, 21, who was shot 10 times as if she were a target exercise and Joanne Walters, 22, who was stabbed. Last seen in April 1992.
Ivan Milat got seven sentences for the murders and will die in the Supermax prison of Goulburn.
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