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Australia REVEALED: Outback killer Bradley Murdoch has cancer and will likely die in jail - as police offer him a deal if he finally confesses to the execution-style murder of British backpacker Peter Falconio 18 years ago

20:50  12 november  2019
20:50  12 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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REVEALED : Outback killer Bradley Murdoch has cancer and will likely die in jail - as police offer him a deal if he finally confesses to the execution - style murder Backpacker killer Bradley John Murdoch , 61, was convicted of the execution - style murder of British tourist Peter Falconio , 28, on

Bradley Murdoch , who was convicted for murdering Peter Falconio , has filed an application for Bradley Murdoch , now 55, was sent to jail for life, with a minimum of 28 years , for the murder of She said that when Mr Falconio went to the rear of the vehicle she heard what she thought was a

Bradley John Murdoch et al. posing for the camera: Australia's infamous 'backpacker killer' Bradley John Murdoch, 61, is surrounded by police as he arrives at Darwin airport following his arrest in 2003© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Australia's infamous 'backpacker killer' Bradley John Murdoch, 61, is surrounded by police as he arrives at Darwin airport following his arrest in 2003 One of Australia's most notorious killers has been diagnosed with cancer, triggering a last-ditch attempt from police to elicit a confession in exchange for moving him to a prison closer to his family.

Backpacker killer Bradley John Murdoch, 61, was convicted of the execution-style murder of British tourist Peter Falconio, 28, on a Northern Territory roadside in July 2001.

Mr Falconio disappeared and was never seen again after travelling on the Stuart Highway near Barrow Creek in the outback with his girlfriend, Joanne Lees.

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Almost 13 years ago , the terrified Englishwoman hid as killer Bradley John Murdoch searched for her on a freezing desert night in the scrub off a lonely section The body of her slain boyfriend, Falconio , has never been found and the man jailed for the murder is unlikely to reveal it as he launches a new

He was the last to go missing on that stretch of road. Queensland Police reopened the 32- year In 2001, another British traveller, Peter Falconio , 28 was murdered by a lone marauder Murderer: Bradley Murdoch (right) is serving life in prison for the murder of English backpacker Peter Falconio .

Murdoch pleaded not guilty to the murder and has maintained his innocence ever since.

The murderer is being held in the Darwin Correctional Centre where he spends his days in the kitchen as a pastry chef and has become known for his desserts.

He was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, according to the NT News.

The killer reportedly initially refused to undergo treatment for the disease but has since changed his mind.

Joanne Lees standing next to a body of water: Peter Falconio was travelling around the Australian outback with his girlfriend Joanne Lees when he was murdered© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Peter Falconio was travelling around the Australian outback with his girlfriend Joanne Lees when he was murdered He has since been receiving treatment at Royal Darwin Hospital.

Police hope the 'backpacker killer' will reveal where he buried the body in exchange for being transferred from his Northern Territory jail to a Western Australian prison to be closer to his family as he battles cancer.

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Fifteen years after the UK backpacker went missing, former Police all over Australia were on the lookout for Murdoch and he may have eluded them if he hadn’t committed another crime. Lees had identified Murdoch from a board of 12 people, police knew he had been in the Alice Springs area on

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The NT government passed a 'no body no parole law' in 2016.

Murdoch can apply for parole from 2033 but unless he reveals the location of Mr Falconio's body, the application will be denied.

Former NT Police assistant commissioner John Daulby previously told The Project: 'The case isn't closed until they find Peter.'

Murdoch's trial was told he flagged down Ms Lees and Mr Falconio's distinctive orange Kombi van about 7.30pm on the road north of Alice Springs.

He slipped handmade cuffs on Ms Lees after shooting Mr Falconio when he went to the back of their van to speak with Murdoch.

Lees managed to escape and hide in the scrub until daylight where she got help from a passing truck driver.

Lees' testimony was crucial to convicting Murdoch, as she is thought to be the only witness to the crime.

a man sitting in a car: The couple was on a remote Northern Territory highway in their Kombi van when Murdoch flagged them down© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The couple was on a remote Northern Territory highway in their Kombi van when Murdoch flagged them down

'It was either run, or be raped and killed,' she previously told Channel Nine's 60 Minutes.

Ms Lees heard a gun shot but didn't know if her partner had been killed.

She said her will to escape was driven by the thought that Mr Falconio may not be dead.

She fought off Murdoch and made her getaway with 'the thought that Pete was still alive'.

The world was at the time suspicious of Ms Lees' story that Murdoch had shot dead her boyfriend when she appeared emotionless after the incident.

Ms Lees, originally from the English county of Yorkshire, recently returned to the Australian outback and vowed to find his remains.

'I love Pete so much and I want to bring him home... I need to bring him home,' she said.

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