Striking photos were taken of the murderer of Samantha Knight's missing schoolgirl when he molested her and other young girls in the mid-1980s.
The photos of serial pedophile Michael Guider seem to leave him at the height of his child abuse, even after he killed the nine-year-old girl.
In a photo from 1984, Guider shows that he is leaning against his car while holding a Kodak film package and that looks like an envelope with developed photos & # 39; s.
At the time, Guider was usually drier and molesting pre-sexually mature children, including Samantha, and photographed them in pornographic postures.
Two other images were taken on Christmas Day in 1986 during a visit to the prison in Long Bay, where his brother Tim served a sentence for armed robbery.
Guider is widely grabbed in front of the camera with his arms crossed, barely four months after he abducted, drugged and killed Samantha on August 19.
It is clear that the police used those photos during their investigation into the disappearance of Samantha years later, because they showed what Guider looked like at the time.
Samantha Knight & # 39; s assassin, serial pedophile Michael Guider, is pictured with a Kodak film package and developed photos in 1984, the year in which he started molesting Samantha. Guider drugged and assaulted his many victims, then photographed them in pornographic poses
Michael Guider is pictured here in the prison in Long Bay, visiting his brother Tim on Christmas Day 1986, four months after he killed Samantha. Guider's maximum sentence expired on June 6 and the New South Wales Attorney General is requesting a court order to keep him inside
Samantha, who was harassing Guider for the first time when she lived with her mother Tess in Manly, was one of perhaps dozens of children between the ages of two and sixteen who had attacked him in the 1980s and 1990s.
Many of his victims, including Samantha, were the daughters of mothers with whom he was friends; he often abused them during babysitting sessions.
Guider played a & # 39; game & # 39; named statues of some victims in which he ordered them to stand still while he exposed himself and touched their sexual organs.
He took thousands of photos of the children he had violated while they were drugged. Many of his victims are still unidentified.
Guider claimed that some mothers knew what he was doing and told a psychologist that at least one of them – not Sam's mother – didn't mind.
& # 39; She was bad, & # 39; said Guider about the mother. & # 39; I was fucking her two children and she asked me to do it after I did it to them. & # 39;
Guider, who never expressed any remorse for killing Samantha, was released on June 6, but the Attorney General of New South Wales is trying to keep him inside.
The now 68-year-old lived and worked at Kirribilli when he removed Samantha after school from her home in Imperial Avenue, Bondi.
Samantha Knight, who was harassing Guider for the first time when she lived with her mother Tess in Manly, was one of perhaps many children from two to sixteen years old who he attacked in the 1980s and 1990s. Many of his victims, including Samantha, were the daughters of mothers with whom he became friends
Guider played a & # 39; game & # 39; named statues of some victims in which he ordered them to stand still while he exposed himself and touched their sexual organs. He took thousands of photos of the children he had violated while they were drugged. It is depicted on Christmas Day in 1986
Guider later claimed that he had sedated Samantha with the Normison sleeping pill and she died of an overdose in his living room.
After Samantha's disappearance, he continued to molest other girls.
Guider served a sixteen-year prison sentence in 1996 for 60 offenses against 11 children when the police realized he was responsible for the kidnapping of Samantha.
She was accused of her murder in 2001, but pleaded guilty of manslaughter under the weight of evidence, including a confession to his brother Tim.
Guider told police in 2003 that he had buried Samantha in a garden in the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, where he was working in 1986.
Samantha & # 39; s body has never been found, but Tim Guider has revealed that he believes she is buried in a graveyard on the lower north coast of Sydney.
Police dug up the garden Michael said he had buried Samantha, but no bones or other evidence was found despite a positive response from a cadaver dog.
At the end of 1988, the hunting squad had begun construction of a huge underground parking garage, and while detectives believe that Samantha's remains were accidentally removed during excavation work, Guider believes his brother came to her.
Michael Guider worked at the Royal North Shore Hospital at the end of 1988 when construction began on an underground parking garage at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron in Kirribilli, where he buried Samantha Knight in 1986. It is shown here in the mid-to-late 1980s.
He is convinced that Samantha & # 39; s body is under or near a tombstone with the name of another knight in a corner of the old Gore Hill Cemetery.
At the end of 1988, Michael was head breeder at the Royal North Shore Hospital, which is adjacent to the Gore Hill Cemetery, about 5 kilometers from Kirribilli.
Mr. Guider told Daily Mail Australia that his brother Michael had admitted this year to a visit to the graveyard with one of his victims, years after Samantha's disappearance in 1986.
He thinks Michael has moved Samantha's body there and has arranged parts of a broken memorial for a woman who passed away by the name of Sarah Knight to point to her grave or point to her.
Guider found the broken tombstone for a Sarah Maria Knight, who died at the age of 81 in 1916, in the northwest coroner of the cemetery in September 2016.
The plinth of the headstone and a large cross had been moved to the unmarked grave behind it.
& # 39; I was shocked & # 39 ;, said Guider. & # 39; I immediately knew I had something on.
& # 39; It was just like a written sign with the text & # 39; Samantha is here & # 39 ;. Shivers ran up and down my spine, and tears began well in my eyes. He created a tombstone for her that he thought no one would ever find. & # 39;
Tim Guider believes he knows where Samantha Knight is buried near a tombstone with the name of another knight in a corner of the old Gore Hill Cemetery on the lower north coast of Sydney
Mr. Guider said when he told Michael during a prison visit that he knew & # 39; & # 39; Samantha was buried at Gore Hill Cemetery, his brother began to shake and was beaten speechlessly.
& # 39; His response confirmed it, & # 39; said Guider.
& # 39; I think he is a little proud of himself that he can hide such a & # 39; n body under our nose without us noticing, & # 39; he said.
Guider hopes that his brother can be forced to reveal where Samantha is buried and that he has admitted other crimes.
He visited his brother in Long Bay prison in 2016 and confronted him with what he had found at the cemetery. & # 39; I had to tell him and see what his reaction was. & # 39;
& # 39; I started the visit with a chat until he seemed relaxed then I said: & # 39; I have good news to tell you – well, maybe not so good for you. I found where you took Samantha to Gore Hill Cemetery. "& # 39;
& # 39; He started shaking and was lost for words, so I said: & # 39; You gave her a beautiful headstone, but you got it from Sarah Knight & # 39; s grave, didn't you? & # 39;
Sarah Knight's headstone is broken and his plinth and a large cross have been moved to the unmarked grave behind it. & # 39; It was just like a written sign with the text & # 39; Samantha is here & # 39;, & # 39; says Guider. He believes that the broken tombstone was arranged as a marker by his brother
& # 39; He remained speechless and was still shaking. & # 39;
His brother once denied having been to that part of the cemetery when Guider returned to Long Bay, this time with one of Michael's former victims.
& # 39; She said to me, "You brought me there," and he admitted. & # 39;
& # 39; He just looked at me and said, "Well, I went over there, but I didn't move the tombstone."
Guider believed his brother would reveal where Samantha would be buried if he was taken to the NSW Crime Commission, where he would be forced to answer questions or be confronted with further prison time.
& # 39; If he is told: "This will all stop Michael if you tell us what we want to know", he will tell them. He will invade.
& # 39; I can guarantee it. I am 100 percent sure he will confess and he will tell us where Samantha & # 39; s body is. & # 39;
Michael Guider was depicted in 2002 when he was sentenced to a maximum of 17 years for the manslaughter of Samantha Knight. He served a sixteen-year prison sentence for 60 crimes against 11 children in 1996 when the police realized he was responsible for the abduction of Samantha
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