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Australia Ivan Milat's brother denounces serial killer as 'nothing but evil'

01:35  27 october  2019
01:35  27 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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The brother of Australia' s worst serial killer , Ivan Milat , has spoken out following his death, saying he is " nothing but an evil killer ". (60 Minutes). Boris is the only member of the Milat family to publicly denounce his brother in both life and death. "He was dead to me a long time ago," he tells Brown.

The backpacker murders were a spate of serial killings that took place in New South Wales, Australia, between 1989 and 1993, committed by Ivan Milat . The bodies of seven missing young people aged 19 to 22 were discovered partially buried in the Belanglo State Forest, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi)

The brother of Australia's worst serial killer, Ivan Milat, has spoken out following his death, saying he is "nothing but an evil killer".

Boris Milat spoke exclusively to 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown about his brother's death, saying he will not mourn the backpacker murderer.

Boris is the only member of the Milat family to publicly denounce his brother in both life and death.

"He was dead to me a long time ago," he tells Brown.

Boris Milat. © AAP Boris Milat. "This man is just an evil serial killer right to the last bone of him."

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Ivan Milat ' s brother denounces serial killer as ' nothing but evil '. Timeline of Ivan Milat ' s crimes and trial. Ivan Milat has died in custody, decades after being convicted of murdering seven young backpackers in the NSW Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney.

74-year-old Ivan Milat died at 4.07am today at Long Bay Hospital, succumbing to oesophageal and stomach cancer.

In July 1996, Ivan Milat was found guilty of the murders of seven young backpackers as well as the attempted murder of the man who got away, British backpacker, Paul Onions.

The deaths of his victims were so horrific, his actions so evil, that to the world Ivan Milat will always be known notoriously as The Backpacker Murderer – and forever marking the Belanglo State Forest in New South Wales as a place of unimaginable terror.

Boris Milat tells 60 Minutes he believes Ivan deserved a painful death, and that he held "no grief whatsoever" for his dead brother.

But Boris Milat hopes the death of his "monster" brother comes as some form of relief to the family of victims, so callously torn apart by Milat's murdering spree more than 30 years ago.

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Ivan Milat ' s brother denounces serial killer as ' nothing but evil '. Timeline of Ivan Milat ' s crimes and trial. Ivan Milat has died in custody, decades after being convicted of murdering seven young backpackers in the NSW Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney.

Boris' brother Ivan Milat , also known as the Backpacker Murderer, died this week from stomach cancer. Boris Milat , the brother of now-deceased serial killer , Ivan Milat , has spoken out about his Last night, Boris sat down with 60 Minutes and denounced the notorious serial killer in life This man is just an evil serial killer right to the last bone of him. He deserves where he is and he

"They're gone, those poor people are gone," he tells Brown.

"It's a pity to think about it. It's a horrible, horrible person that's done it."

a person standing next to a body of water: Ivan Milat has just weeks left to live. © AAP Ivan Milat has just weeks left to live. In a special 60 Minutes report this Sunday, Tara Brown speaks exclusively to Maureen – one of Ivan Milat's former sister-in-laws – revealing the salacious details of her affair with the convicted killer.

Maureen was married to Wally Milat when she began a year-long affair with his brother Ivan.

"I just don't want to think that he could be capable of doing something like that," she tells 60 Minutes.

Also speaking to 60 Minutes are the brave and determined police who brought a mass murderer to justice, working until the very end of Milat's life in attempts to uncover more information about the killings.

Are there more bodies – more Milat victims – buried in the Belanglo State Forest?

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Sister helped serial killer Ivan Milat with murders claims lawyer - Продолжительность: 10:07 deborah cornwall 43 896 просмотров. Detective who caught Ivan Milat says Belanglo Forest is pure evil | 60 Minutes Australia - Продолжительность: 4:18 60 Minutes Australia 89 033 просмотра.

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