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Family of the evil killer who has overloaded his wife and three children in gasoline is speaking for the first time

The family of the evil assassin Rowan Charles Baxter has admitted that they are ashamed to be related to him after he has burned his wife and three children alive.

Hannah Clarke, 31, was murdered with her young children after her violent husband doused them in gas and set them on fire on Wednesday morning.

Her parents and brother left viewers in tears in an emotional TV interview on Friday night, as a tribute to Hannah and her children Aaliyah, 6, Laianah, 4 and Trey, 3.

But nothing had been heard from Baxter’s side of the family.

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Hannah Clarke and her three children were set on fire in their car on Wednesday morning by Rowan Baxter (all in the photo together) who stabbed himself to death at the Camp Hill scene

Hannah Clarke and her three children were set on fire in their car on Wednesday morning by Rowan Baxter (all in the photo together) who stabbed himself to death at the Camp Hill scene

Now a couple said they were related to the murderer, “they felt guilty because they knew him.”

Arriving at the horror site in Camp Hill, Brisbane, the unknown couple cried and told it Australian about their connection with evil Baxter.

After watching the tribute left behind by good-doers on the stage, a man said, “We are family of Rowan.

“We feel so guilty, we just know him.”

In a massacre that rocked Australia, Baxter attacked his family after experiencing his wife’s years of emotional, sexual, and financial abuse.

Hannah Clarke (pictured with daughters Aaliyah and Laianah) posted a final emotional post on Instagram after she separated herself from her abusive husband

Hannah Clarke (pictured with daughters Aaliyah and Laianah) posted a final emotional post on Instagram after she separated herself from her abusive husband

Hannah Clarke (pictured with daughters Aaliyah and Laianah) posted a final emotional post on Instagram after she separated herself from her abusive husband

The murderer (photo, center right) flooded his social media with photos of his three children, creating the impression of a loving father

The murderer (photo, center right) flooded his social media with photos of his three children, creating the impression of a loving father

The murderer (photo, center right) flooded his social media with photos of his three children, creating the impression of a loving father

Despite heroic attempts by passersby, their children all died at the site on Wednesday morning, while Baxter stabbed himself in the chest.

Their mother later died in the hospital.

Only a few days after their daughter and grandchildren were brutally burned alive, Hannah’s parents Lloyd and Suzanne Clarke explained the terrible extent of their family’s suffering.

Her parents said she had burns to 97 percent of her body – with only the sole of the foot untouched.

On Thursday morning, dozens of family and friends visited the tragedy scene to pay homage to the family (photo)

On Thursday morning, dozens of family and friends visited the tragedy scene to pay homage to the family (photo)

On Thursday morning, dozens of family and friends visited the tragedy scene to pay homage to the family (photo)

Hannah Clarke depicted with her 'headman', son Trey in a beach moment

Hannah Clarke depicted with her 'headman', son Trey in a beach moment

Rowan Baxter and Hannah Clarke (photo) are seen on their wedding day

Rowan Baxter and Hannah Clarke (photo) are seen on their wedding day

Left: Hannah Clarke depicted with her ‘headman’, son Trey in a beach photo. Right: Mrs. Baxter on her marriage to her husband

In the heartbreaking latest Instagram post, Ms. Clarke said she wanted her daughters to “grow up as strong women who understand their value”

Hannah’s devastated mother revealed that she had even spoken of writing a will and said, “She said to me only last week:” Mommy, should I do a will?

“What happens to my babies if he kills me?” Because he goes to jail for murder, who will get my children? “

“She said,” I want you and Dad to have them or Nat. I don’t want his family to have them.

It comes when Brisbane Broncos star Sam Thaiday is said to have been destroyed by the horrific suicide after he had previously trained in the pair’s gym.

The star was said to be “like a shell,” with his wife Rachel even in the weeks prior to the Baxter attack.

Hannah Clarke (pictured with her three children, aliyah, 6, Laianah, 4 and Trey, 3) died of her injuries on Wednesday

Hannah Clarke (pictured with her three children, aliyah, 6, Laianah, 4 and Trey, 3) died of her injuries on Wednesday

Hannah Clarke (pictured with her three children, aliyah, 6, Laianah, 4 and Trey, 3) died of her injuries on Wednesday

His wife explained that when Thaiday heard about the horror attack on Wednesday, he said he “just wanted to see the girls,” according to Courier Mail.

The couple has two daughters of their own, Gracie and Ellsie.

Mrs. Thaiday explained that her husband “spent much of his last year of footy with” Baxter – herself a wannabee rugby league player – in 2018.

“We are both in shock. Sam is like a shell, “she said.

“We both lost a friend when we were 21. He took his own life. Sam had contacted him – just to reach out and see if he was OK.

“I don’t think anyone can foresee that (suicide) will happen.”

The shocking suicide that has left Australia unfolded just meters from the home of Mrs. Clarke's parents in Raven Street, Camp Hill, bringing her children to school

The shocking suicide that has left Australia unfolded just meters from the home of Mrs. Clarke's parents in Raven Street, Camp Hill, bringing her children to school

The shocking suicide that has left Australia unfolded just meters from the home of Mrs. Clarke’s parents in Raven Street, Camp Hill, bringing her children to school

A sanctuary grows on the scene where Hannah and her three children were immersed in fuel and set on fire, while one person leaves a gripping sign about domestic violence (photo)

A sanctuary grows on the scene where Hannah and her three children were immersed in fuel and set on fire, while one person leaves a gripping sign about domestic violence (photo)

A sanctuary grows on the scene where Hannah and her three children were immersed in fuel and set on fire, while one person leaves a gripping sign about domestic violence (photo)

Rowan Charles Baxter (photo) also stabbed himself in the chest

Rowan Charles Baxter (photo) also stabbed himself in the chest

Rowan Charles Baxter (photo) also stabbed himself in the chest

Hannah’s family said the devoted mother would do anything for the young children, and worked on a new life for them.

Despite burns to 97 percent of her body during the horrific attack, she remarkably managed to hold on to life long enough to tell the police what had happened.

“She did everything for those children,” her father Lloyd explained.

“She fought to the end to make sure that if he survived, he would be punished with her babies. She was so brave.

Hannah Clarke's parents Lloyd and Suzanne (photo) gave a heartbreaking interview on Friday evening

Hannah Clarke's parents Lloyd and Suzanne (photo) gave a heartbreaking interview on Friday evening

Hannah Clarke’s parents Lloyd and Suzanne (photo) gave a heartbreaking interview on Friday evening

Aaliyah (left), 6, Laianah (right), 4 and Trey (center), 3, were killed on Wednesday morning in a fourfold murder-suicide when their father set their car on their way to school

Aaliyah (left), 6, Laianah (right), 4 and Trey (center), 3, were killed on Wednesday morning in a fourfold murder-suicide when their father set their car on their way to school

Aaliyah (left), 6, Laianah (right), 4 and Trey (center), 3, were killed on Wednesday morning in a fourfold murder-suicide when their father set their car on their way to school

Seated with each other’s hands during the interview on A Current Affair, the Clarkes said they were starting to fear their daughter’s safety when she finally left her abusive husband in November last year.

He had not yet physically abused her before, using financial, sexual, and emotional manipulation instead.

Asked if she was worried about her daughter’s life, her mother said, “Especially when she was getting ready to leave.

“Although he felt that he was still in control of the situation, it was not physically dangerous.

Mourning people pay their respects to an improvised shrine near the stage. Mothers saw kneeling by the flowers with children (photo)

Mourning people pay their respects to an improvised shrine near the stage. Mothers saw kneeling by the flowers with children (photo)

Mourning people pay their respects to an improvised shrine near the stage. Mothers saw kneeling by the flowers with children (photo)

Aaliyah (left), 6, Laianah (right), 4 and Trey (center), 3, were killed by their own father

Aaliyah (left), 6, Laianah (right), 4 and Trey (center), 3, were killed by their own father

Aaliyah (left), 6, Laianah (right), 4 and Trey (center), 3, were killed by their own father

Baxter poured gasoline into the family car (photo) and lit it on Wednesday morning in Camp Hill, Brisbane while Hannah brought the children to school

Baxter poured gasoline into the family car (photo) and lit it on Wednesday morning in Camp Hill, Brisbane while Hannah brought the children to school

Baxter poured gasoline into the family’s car (photo) and lit it on Wednesday morning in Camp Hill, Brisbane, while Hannah brought the children to school

Earlier this week, her parents spoke exclusively with Daily Mail Australia and said their daughter had finally come free from the monstrous fitness fanatic.

But he launched a campaign of stalking and intimidation, and had to appear in court after he broke a house ban.

Mrs. Clarke and the three children lived with her parents when she tried to escape from her bad husband.

The murdered mother told friends that she was a “survivor, not a victim” in a complex last Instagram post a few days before her death.

After finally releasing herself from her bad husband, she said she “would never abuse anyone again,” and hoped that her daughters would “become strong women.”

Hannah Clarke (pictured with daughters Aaliyah and Laianah) posted a final emotional post on Instagram after she separated herself from her abusive husband

Hannah Clarke (pictured with daughters Aaliyah and Laianah) posted a final emotional post on Instagram after she separated herself from her abusive husband

Hannah Clarke (pictured with daughters Aaliyah and Laianah) posted a final emotional post on Instagram after she separated herself from her abusive husband

Mrs. Clarke suffered for more than 10 years at the hands of her abusive husband before finally leaving him in November.

She wrote on social media during the New Year period and said: “I am a strong woman.

I don’t feel sorry for myself and never let myself be mistreated.

“I don’t respond to people who dictate or try to overthrow me.

“I am a survivor, not a victim.

“I have control over my life and there is nothing that I cannot achieve.

“My girls will grow up as strong women who understand their value.”

Friends revealed that Mrs. Clarke was the victim of years of emotional, financial and sexual abuse.

Lloyd Clarke (photo, left) appeared on A Current Affair with his wife Suzanne (center) and son Nat (right) while paying homage to their family

Lloyd Clarke (photo, left) appeared on A Current Affair with his wife Suzanne (center) and son Nat (right) while paying homage to their family

Lloyd Clarke (photo, left) appeared on A Current Affair with his wife Suzanne (center) and son Nat (right) while paying homage to their family

The family car (photo) is removed from the scene in Camp Hill, Brisbane, after Hannah Clarke and her three children were set on fire

The family car (photo) is removed from the scene in Camp Hill, Brisbane, after Hannah Clarke and her three children were set on fire

The family car (photo) is removed from the scene in Camp Hill, Brisbane, after Hannah Clarke and her three children were set on fire

BRISBANEIC KILLER-KILLER: HOW COWARDL RAMPAGE PERFORMED

JANUARY, 2020

Queensland Police officers are summoned for an incident involving family violence involving the couple.

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 – EARLY MORNING:

Ex-NRL star Rowan Charles Baxter, 42, is seen filling a jerry can with fuel at a local gas station.

8:20 am:

Baxter dives into the white Kia Sportage of his estranged wife Hannah Clarke as she prepared to drop off the school in Raven Street, Camp Hill, a rich suburb of Brisbane.

He extinguishes Mrs. Clarke, 31, and their three children – Aaliyah, six, Laianah, four, and Trey, three – in gas and turns on the car.

Neighbors hear an explosion that sounded like a ‘gas bottle’ explosion. At least four explosions followed.

Baxter takes a knife from the SUV and stabs himself in the chest.

He tries to prevent neighbors from saving his wife and children before he dies on the street.

Mrs. Clarke escapes the burning car and shouts, “He poured gas on me.”

Startled witnesses see her skin peel off her body.

A heroic neighbor washes her down in an attempt to save her life and suffers from burns herself.

She is being brought to Royal Brisbane and the Women’s Hospital in a critical condition.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:

Mrs. Clarke dies in the hospital because of the terrible burns she sustained during the suicide of the four-fold murder.

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