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Australia Ivan Milat's family prepare to say their goodbyes in 'final hospital visit' after being warned terminally ill backpacker killer is 'taking his final breaths'

00:11  18 october  2019
00:11  18 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Ivan Milat has been transferred to intensive care as his health worsens. The serial killer , 74, was In 1996 Milat was convicted of killing seven backpackers and dumping their bodies in the Milat - Australia' s worst serial killer - was seen for the first time in a decade in May when he was transferred.

Considered Australia' s worst serial killer , Milat , 74, was given Ivan Milat was taken from Long Bay Prison to Prince of Wales Hospital on Friday. The former police officer who led the the team that captured Ivan Milat says 'Australia would be best served' if the convicted backpacker killer died.

a man smiling for the camera: The terminally ill serial killer (pictured) murdered several backpackers around the Sydney area© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The terminally ill serial killer (pictured) murdered several backpackers around the Sydney area Ivan Milat's family are preparing to say their final goodbyes during a hospital visit on Friday after being warned the serial killer may be taking his final breaths.

The backpacker killer, 74, was given three months to live when he was diagnosed with throat and stomach cancer in May.

He was rushed to Sydney's Prince of Wales Hospital from Long Bay prison last week where he has been having chemotherapy.

Brother Bill and his partner Carol, are scheduled to visit Milat in hospital today after being warned he is 'gravely ill and taking his last breaths'.

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Milat was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney's west from Goulburn Correctional Centre, about 200 Serial killer Ivan Milat is terminally ill with cancer and won't return to his supermax prison cell, according to Milat ' s brother Wally has reportedly been allowed to visit him in hospital .

'If he's taking his last breaths we want to be there, we want to say goodbye,' Bill Milat told The Illawarra Mercury.

a man holding a phone: Ivan Milat (pictured in May) has been transferred to intensive care to live out his last days© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ivan Milat (pictured in May) has been transferred to intensive care to live out his last days

The pair claim they have been kept in the dark over his illness and were only told he had been admitted to hospital after arriving at Long Bay prison for a scheduled visit on Monday.

A spokesman for Corrective Services NSW said: 'A 74-year-old inmate is receiving medical treatment at Prince of Wales Hospital.

'He was transferred to the hospital last Friday, 11 October. Appropriate security is in place.'

Milat, who has been in jail since 1994, was seen for the first time in a decade in May.

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Just 1% of terminally ill patients want to die in hospital , and yet more than a third do so – with good reason. He has come to hospital after being bed-bound at home for two months and his wife had been using I take a deep breath , caught on the horns of a dilemma, but the dilemma is nothing new.

Ivan Milat is preparing to die as he waits under heavy guard in the ICU of Sydney’s Prince of Wales Australia’s worst serial killer is reportedly on the brink of death after being transferred to the ICU. After one of Milat ’ s first chemo treatments, detectives visited in jail to try and extract a confession

He was transferred from Goulburn Supermax Prison to Prince of Wales and then taken by corrective officers to Long Bay jail.

The ageing killer was dressed in regulation prison greens with long white hair, while his trademark handlebar moustache was also white. His weight decreased to 64kg.

Milat was taken back into hospital in August.

In 1996 Milat was convicted of killing seven backpackers and dumping their bodies in the Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney, between 1989 and 1992.

a man standing in front of a building: In May, the 74-year-old serial killer was transferred from Goulburn Supermax Prison to Prince of Wales once diagnosed (Milat pictured in May)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited In May, the 74-year-old serial killer was transferred from Goulburn Supermax Prison to Prince of Wales once diagnosed (Milat pictured in May) a woman standing next to a tree: Milat - Australia's worst serial killer - was seen for the first time in a decade in May when he was transferred© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Milat - Australia's worst serial killer - was seen for the first time in a decade in May when he was transferred

He is currently serving seven life sentences, which are all to be served consecutively and without the possibility of parole.

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  'Bloody beauty': Families of Ivan Milat's victims relieved The families of Ivan Milat's victims feel his death will allow them to move on with their lives. The notorious Australian serial killer died at Long Bay Hospital early this morning after a battle with oesophagus and stomach cancer. He was 74.After Nine senior crime reporter Simon Bouda received the news this morning, he spoke with Ian Clarke, the father of British backpacker Caroline Clarke, 21, who was murdered by Milat in 1992 with her friend Joanne Walters, 22."He didn't know and he said, 'Simon no matter how Christian one might be you can't help but be glad that this has happened'," Bouda said.

After that Milat stayed silent for a while before taking a left turn for 'no apparent' reason - a decision After hearing his powerful testimony, the news program also attempted to speak to Milat ' s lovechild Milat has failed to admit to any of the heinous crimes he'd committed - despite being found guilty of

Ivan Milat is an Australian-born serial killer . From the age of 17, Milat was in Milat became known as the Backpacker Murderer after being found guilty of seven gruesome murders in Interviews with his brother, Boris, after Milat ' s trial, indicate that he exhibited psychopathic tendencies early on

Milat's victims included three backpackers from Germany, another two tourists from Britain and two Australians from Melbourne.

He has spent most most of the last two-and-a-half decades in Goulburn's Supermax prison, the strictest in Australia.

Other than his recent health problems, he has left the prison on just two occasions - once in 2001 for a court appearance and once in 2009 when he cut off one of his fingers.

But despite a mountain of evidence against him, he has never confessed.

He stabbed most of his victims - decapitating one whose head has never been found - and shot another 10 times in the head as if using her for target practice.

He was also questioned in 2004 about the disappearance of two nurses at Parramatta in 1980 when he was working at the nearby Granville depot of the then Department of Main Roads.

In 2006 Milat was named by police at an inquest as the person most likely to have killed a schoolgirl and her boyfriend who disappeared from northern Sydney in 1978.

Late last year, Milat wrote a 10-page letter proclaiming his innocence.


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