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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

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'

  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' The backpacker killer, 74, 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'.'If he's taking his last breaths we want to be there, we want to say goodbye,' Bill Milat told The Illawarra Mercury.

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.

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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".

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."

'Bloody beauty': Families of Ivan Milat's victims relieved

  '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.

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 Related Articles. Ivan Milat ' s brother denounces serial killer as ' nothing but evil '. Timeline of Ivan Milat ' s crimes and trial.

SYDNEY (AP) — Ivan Milat , whose grisly serial killings of young backpackers horrified Australians in the early '90s, died in a Sydney prison on Sunday, prison authorities said. In a television interview in 2019, an older brother summed up Milat ' s infamy. "He was going to kill somebody from the age of 10

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.

Ivan Milat’s death ‘will benefit Australia’

  Ivan Milat’s death ‘will benefit Australia’ After notorious serial killer Ivan Milat died in Long Bay prison hospital on Sunday morning, the lead investigator says his death will "benefit Australia".Milat died in Long Bay prison hospital on Sunday morning, having never admitted to his crimes.

Notorious serial killer Ivan Milat has died in prison from terminal oesophagus and stomach cancer. Milat , 74, died at Long Bay Hospital at 4.07am today Ivan Milat ' s brother denounces serial killer as ' nothing but evil '. 'Bloody beauty': Families of Ivan Milat ' s victims relieved at serial killer 's death.

Serial killer Ivan Milat , who murdered seven backpackers and hitch-hikers across 1992 and 1993, has Milat was found guilty of the killings of English backpackers Caroline Clarke, 21, and Joanne Milat was visited by his brother and sister-in-law in his dying weeks and said he doesn't need a priest

"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?

Pictures: Australia's most infamous criminal cases (StarsInsider)

'I thought he was a great fella': Milat's brother defends killer

  'I thought he was a great fella': Milat's brother defends killer The brother of Ivan Milat has told 9News he doesn't believe the serial killer had "anything to with anything".The brother of Ivan Milat has told 9News he doesn't believe the serial killer had "anything to with anything".

AUSTRALIA’S most infamous serial killer Ivan Milat has provided astonishing insights into his mind It’s a total enclosed cement box, a lot smaller than an ordinary cell, no openings of any kind, nothing in it Ivan Milat ' s brother Boris tells Channel Seven's Sunday Night program how he had kept Ivan 's

Serial killer Ivan Milat as a younger man (left) and in his Supermax prison jumpsuit in 2009 (right). Police believed Milat ' s killing spree did not start and end in Belanglo, and that for decades he had roamed NSW highways and selected victims whose names remain on the State's missing or unsolved

Bradley John Murdoch, Martin Bryant are posing for a picture: Some of the most heinous crimes ever committed have taken place in Australia, or have been perpetrated elsewhere by Australian citizens. The country is not immune to murder, mass killings, and other acts of violence and serious wrongdoing. But a number of cases have proved so notorious that they've garnered world headlines, such is the enormity of the offence and the subsequent impact on society.Browse this gallery for an unsettling reminder of Australia's most infamous criminal acts.

Milat 'took the coward's way out' in staying silent before death .
‘The Missing’ Podcast host Meni Caroutas says infamous serial killer Ivan Milat “took the coward’s way out” in refusing to confess to his crimes leading up to his Sunday death. “I hope Australians remember Ivan Milat as the coward that he was,” Mr Caroutas said. “He went to the grave with his deadly secrets”. He said Milat may have convinced himself that he was innocent, citing reports the deceased murderer repeatedly said so in his cell. “He actually convinced himself that he was innocent of the crimes, despite the overwhelming evidence,” Mr Caroutas said.

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