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World Father of Bulgarian man killed by Jock Palfreeman wants the Australian to go back to jail for 'just one more night' because inmates will be 'so happy to see him'

00:42  04 june  2020
00:42  04 june  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Jock Palfreeman looking at the camera: Palfreeman, a former Riverview student, stabbed Mr Monov during a street melee in Bulgaria in 2007 when he was 21 © Provided by Daily Mail Palfreeman, a former Riverview student, stabbed Mr Monov during a street melee in Bulgaria in 2007 when he was 21

The father of a Bulgarian man killed by Jock Palfreeman says he wants to see the Australian go back to prison for 'one more night'.

Hristo Monov condemned the early release of Mr Palfreeman, who served nearly 12 years in jail in Bulgaria for the murder of his son Andrei, at a press conference in Sofia on Wednesday.

'I just want (Palfreeman) to go back to prison for one more night - they'll be so happy to see him,' Mr Monov told reporters.

The former Bulgarian Socialist Party MP said the early release of Mr Palfreeman was illegal and that the three-judge panel who made the decision in September were corrupt.

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Palfreeman was sentenced to 20 years for murder but has always maintained he was trying to help a man who was being attacked in Sofia.

Jock Palfreeman , who is serving a 20-year jail sentence for murder in Bulgaria and has been called The Australian stopped eating on April 21 to protest what he claimed was unfair treatment by prison His father , Dr Simon Palfreeman , is trying to convince the Bulgarian authorities to let him see Jock .

'It's on those judges' conscience that they released him,' Mr Monov said.

'He will kill again, I know that. It's on them when he does it.'

The former politician called Mr Palfreeman a sociopath and attacked the 33-year-old as well as the Bulgaria Helsinki Committee, which has assisted him, for supporting the country's LGBT community.

'Jock and (the BHC) threaten the Bulgarian way of life and our belief system,' Mr Monov said.

In response, Mr Palfreeman on Wednesday told AAP he 'opposed hate speech towards either Bulgarians, Roma or LGBT families'.

Jock's father Simon Palfreeman flatly rejected the Bulgarian man's claims about his son.

The Newcastle-based pathologist said Jock was, during his original investigation, professionally assessed by two psychologists and a psychiatrist, who found him to have a 'high sense of social justice'.

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Bulgaria's powerful prosecutor-general seeks to have Australian Jock Palfreeman returned to jail , amid a Palfreeman was freed on parole on Thursday, after serving more than 11 years in jail over the stabbing " Because in this moment of mass hysteria, I think he would be in some sort of danger

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He also said Mr Monov's stated desire for Jock to return to prison was an implied threat.

'That does fill me with disquiet,' Dr Palfreeman told AAP on Wednesday.

'I feel very sad for Mr and Mrs Monov - they've endured the loss of a son and ... I don't for a moment shy away from the fact that is a very tragic event.

'But as long as he continues this vendetta against Jock, I don't think he'll ever heal up that wound.'

Jock Palfreeman last week edged closer to freedom when an application to have his early release hearing case reopened was rejected by the country's highest court.

But the Sydney man said he remains unable to leave the country as his movement is restricted by the Bulgarian government over issues relating to an expired travel ban.

Australia's foreign affairs department has welcomed the Supreme Court of Cassation's ruling but would not comment further on Palfreeman's situation. He is receiving consular assistance.

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See more of Jock Palfreeman on Facebook. Jock Palfreeman , as many young Australians do, left home early in 2006 to travel overseas. One of Palfreeman 's Bulgarian friends comes to see him . I can see just how well he connected with Bulgarians and why his many friends here are so loyal to him.

Australian Jock Palfreeman is a step closer to freedom after Bulgaria's highest court dismissed an appeal against his However Palfreeman says he has not made any plans to leave the country as the Bulgarian ' Jock 's return back to Australia is a matter of time now,' Dr Kanev told AAP on Thursday.

The former Riverview student earlier this week applied in Sofia for a review of video evidence omitted from his first murder trial.

Palfreeman said the new evidence would be more than enough to secure a retrial and that the application was unrelated to the administrative barriers currently preventing him leaving Bulgaria.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Palfreeman was released in October after serving nearly 12 years behind bars in the Balkan nation's capital © Provided by Daily Mail Palfreeman was released in October after serving nearly 12 years behind bars in the Balkan nation's capital

'The request was just a long time coming,' he said.

Bulgaria Helsinki Committee president Dr Krassimir Kanev, who wrote a letter in support of Mr Palfreeman's early release, said the Australian could claim 'hundreds of thousands' of euros in compensation for wrongful imprisonment if he is acquitted.

But he doubts the Sofia City Prosecutor will accept Mr Palfreeman's request.

'Renewal is an extraordinary procedure, an attack on a final judgment, which was subject to two appeals,' Dr Kanev told AAP.

Palfreeman was released in October after serving nearly 12 years behind bars in the Balkan nation's capital.

He was found guilty of murder and attempted murder for stabbing two Bulgarian youths during a street melee in 2007.

He has always maintained he acted in self-defence.

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