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

05:45  28 october  2019
05:45  28 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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

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Matthew Milat , the great -nephew of serial killer Ivan Milat , was sentenced to 43 years’ jail with a non-parole period of 30 years “If he was to finally face up to the fact and admit to any others that he has done, if indeed he has, then I think that would be a wonderful thing for those parents, because for the

Ivan Milat , 74, died from cancer in Sydney's Long Bail Jail on Sunday morning. Families of seven backpackers killed by Milat had no sympathy or no comment. Deborah Everist's grieving brother Tim said Milat ' s death was 'long overdue'. Caroline Clarke's father says he 'can't help but be glad that this

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The brother of Ivan Milat has told 9News he doesn't believe the serial killer had "anything to with anything".

Ivan Milat, who had been in prison since 1994, was diagnosed with oesophageal and stomach cancer in May and died at Long Bay Hospital on Sunday.

The former road worker was sentenced in 1996 to seven consecutive life sentences for murdering seven backpackers whose bodies were found in makeshift graves in NSW's Belanglo State Forest in the 1990s.

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

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

Ivan Milat is a master manipulator who uses his 'high IQ and charisma' on a captive audience to convince other inmates he is an innocent man. Bank robber John Killick prefers not to discuss Australia' s most notorious serial killer but can't forget the months he was forced to listen to him deny

If Ivan Milat ' s oldest brother , Alex, hadn't made up some cock-and-bull about seeing two women being driven blindfolded into Belanglo State Forest, and if one of his younger brothers It was an entire year before he abducted the lone German, Simone Schmidl, whose bones would reveal a rage identical to

a man wearing a hat: Richard Milat told 9News his brother was 'a great fella'.© 9News Richard Milat told 9News his brother was 'a great fella'.

But he is suspected of many more murders than the ones he was convicted of - murders he denied committing despite the efforts of detectives to get him to confess.

These included the killings of at least three people whose bodies were found in three other forests between 1971 to 1991.

Richard Milat said today he didn't need to ask his brother if he was guilty of murdering seven people because he "never said he did it".

Richard Milat said he didn't need to ask if his brother was a killer.© 9News Richard Milat said he didn't need to ask if his brother was a killer.

"Did you ever ask him?" 9News reporter Emma Patridge questioned Richard.

"I didn't need to ask him.

"I thought he was a great fella, because he was always a great fella to me.

"I never thought I was the brother of a serial killer…I think he was the best brother, I lived with him for 20 years."

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.

Ivan Milat ' s letter to family: Serial killer penned a one-page message sealed in an envelope and handed Milat is suspected of killing several others but never confessed to any crimes. He was taken to hospital in ' He wasn't in a good way at all, I think because of the morphine they were giving him

Ivan Milat ' s older brother Boris said the serial killer 's death was a 'big relief'. Ivan Milat pictured in May when he was transferred from prison to receive treatment in a public hospital for cancer Boris suspected there was money involved in Milat ' s killings and thinks his brother murdered people for

a man wearing glasses and looking at the camera: Boris Milat has told 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown that he's embarrassed to be a Milat.© 60 Minutes Boris Milat has told 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown that he's embarrassed to be a Milat.

In stark contrast, Boris Milat, the older brother of Ivan and Richard, is the only member of his family to publicly denounce the notorious serial killer in life and in death.

He told 60 Minutes last night of the relief he feels that his brother is dead, saying he is "evil right to the last bone of him".

Boris said the horrific crimes committed by his brother, and the continued support of the serial killer by the extended Milat family, disgusts him.

a group of people posing for the camera: Ivan Milat with images of some of his backpacker victims.© AAP Ivan Milat with images of some of his backpacker victims.

"I am definitely embarrassed to be a Milat," he told 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown in an exclusive interview.

"To me, he died a long time ago… he's nothing but an evil killer."

With AAP

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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