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AustraliaMurderer and rapist known as 'Mr Stinky' because of his foul body odour says he can't explain why he waited DECADES to admit to assaulting women

08:15  11 september  2019
08:15  11 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Jailed serial rapist and murderer dubbed ' Mr Stinky ' accused of 'raping and sexually assaulting 11 women in their The 74-year-old, also known as ' Mr Stinky ', is serving life behind bars in Victoria. Edmunds is already serving a life sentence after he was convicted of the murders of teenagers Abina

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Murderer and rapist known as 'Mr Stinky' because of his foul body odour says he can't explain why he waited DECADES to admit to assaulting women© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Raymond Edmunds, 75, faced the County Court of Victoria on Wednesday and formally pleaded guilty to 10 charges relating to attacks on nine women A convicted murderer and rapist known as 'Mr Stinky' can't explain why he waited decades before admitting to more rapes and assaults on women in Melbourne's east.

Raymond Edmunds, 75, faced the County Court of Victoria on Wednesday and formally pleaded guilty to 10 charges relating to attacks on nine women in the 1970s and 1980s, after approaching police last year about the historical crimes.

They include the 1971 rape of a woman at Donvale, rapes of two women at Edithvale and Wheelers Hill in 1977 and the rape and indecent assault of a woman at Clayton in 1984.

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Edmunds has also admitted to falsely imprisoning a woman at Greensborough in 1973, indecently assaulting two women at Wheelers Hill in 1976 and 1977, and assaulting two women at Donvale in 1972 and Wheelers Hill in 1977.

The court heard Edmunds had entered the homes of most of the women in the night, threatening some of them with a knife if they didn't do what he wanted.

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He attacked some victims while their children were asleep nearby, with the young daughter of one woman awake and able to hear her mother being assaulted.

In some cases, Edmunds has wearing a stocking over his head or a full face mask with holes cut out for his eyes and mouth.

Murderer and rapist known as 'Mr Stinky' because of his foul body odour says he can't explain why he waited DECADES to admit to assaulting women© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Raymond Edmunds killed teenagers Abina Madill and Garry Heywood (pictured left) in 1966 Murderer and rapist known as 'Mr Stinky' because of his foul body odour says he can't explain why he waited DECADES to admit to assaulting women© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The court heard Edmunds (pictured) had entered the homes of most of the women in the night, threatening some of them with a knife if they didn't do what he wanted His lawyer Peter Chadwick told Judge Susan Pullen he had asked Edmunds why he waited so long to tell authorities about the crimes, but he 'doesn't have any reason'.

But Mr Chadwick said Edmunds had come forward now to bring 'peace of mind' to himself and his victims.

Judge Pullen said she was having difficulty finding words to describe how 'absolutely terrifying' the attacks must have been for the women involved and their families.

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Mr Chadwick conceded that was the case.

'Every one of them would be a terrifying experience for the victims and those who were in the house that were aware of it at the time, and traumatic to their loved ones,' he said.

Edmunds was sentenced to life in prison 'never to be released' in 1986 for the murder of teenagers Abina Madill and Garry Heywood near Shepparton in 1966.

He is also serving decades-long sentences for a series of other rapes and attempted rapes between the 1960s and 1980s that led to him being labelled the Donvale Rapist and given the moniker Mr Stinky because of the offensive body odour reported by his victims.

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