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UK News 'Hell will freeze over before we pay a cent': Standoff over serial killer Ivan Milat's funeral as government refuses to release his body unless his family pay for it - but his relatives insist TAXPAYERS should cough up

11:35  29 october  2019
11:35  29 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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' Hell will freeze over before we pay a cent ': Standoff over serial killer Ivan Milat ' s funeral as government refuses to release his body unless his family pay for Milat wrote the one-page letter to his brother Bill two days before he died. The final letter from the serial killer , 74, did not contain a

Serial killer Ivan Milat ' s body should be thrown back in prison because he has more than four Mr Roberts said ' hell will freeze over ' before Corrections pays up , but a former prison governor says the Ivan Milat was sentenced to seven consecutive life sentences for the murders of respective

Serial killer Ivan Milat's body could remain on ice for weeks as a protracted standoff brews over who pays for his funeral.

In a one-page letter to his family, the notorious backpacker murderer insisted his pauper's burial be publicly funded like other deaths in custody.

However, the NSW Government vowed to leave him sitting in the morgue until his family either pays up or reveals where his victims are buried.

a man and a woman taking a selfie: Serial killer Ivan Milat's body could remain on ice for weeks as a protracted standoff brews over who pays for his funeral © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Serial killer Ivan Milat's body could remain on ice for weeks as a protracted standoff brews over who pays for his funeral a man holding a gun: Australia's worst serial killer finally died in Long Bay jail's hospital on Sunday morning after being diagnosed with oesophageal and stomach cancer in May © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Australia's worst serial killer finally died in Long Bay jail's hospital on Sunday morning after being diagnosed with oesophageal and stomach cancer in May

'Hell will freeze over before Corrections pays a cent for Ivan Milat's funeral,' Corrective Services Minister Anthony Roberts told 2GB radio on Tuesday.

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One of serial killer Ivan Milat ’ s final wishes was that the government pay for his funeral . Australian serial killer Ivan Milat , who murdered seven young backpackers in the early 1990s “ Hell will freeze over before Corrections pays a cent for Ivan Milat ’ s funeral ,” Mr Roberts told 2GB Radio.

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'His body will remain on ice until the family stumps up cash or can tell NSW Police where the bodies are buried.'

Milat's funeral faces a long delay as his family not only intends to honour his final wishes, but continues to insist he is innocent.

'Please don't pay for my funeral services or contribute in any way,' the 74-year-old wrote in his instructions on Thursday.

'Corrective Services NSW to fund it all - a pauper's burial or whatever is suitable.'

In a one-page letter to his family (pictured), the notorious backpacker murderer insisted his pauper's burial be publicly funded like other deaths in custody © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited In a one-page letter to his family (pictured), the notorious backpacker murderer insisted his pauper's burial be publicly funded like other deaths in custody Anthony Roberts wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Serial killer Ivan Milat's body could remain on ice for weeks as a protracted standoff brews over who pays for his funeral © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Serial killer Ivan Milat's body could remain on ice for weeks as a protracted standoff brews over who pays for his funeral

Milat's brother Bill said the state should just hurry up and pay as it costs taxpayers every day the body sits on ice and the $2,000 funeral will cost less.

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Ivan Milat ' s family is told to 'shut up ' and pay up amid extraordinary funeral standoff as furious jail boss suggests they should start a GOFUNDME page to pay for the loathed killer 's burial. Minister Anthony Roberts said his department will never pay for Milat ' s funeral . Ivan Milat ' s brother has a

" Hell will freeze over before NSW govt pays a cent " towards Milat funeral . The NSW government has refused to cover the cost of Ivan Milat ' s Australian serial killer Ivan Milat , who murdered seven young backpackers south of Sydney in the early 1990s, died in prison from oesophagus and stomach

'We're not going to stump up cash and we're not going to do anything,' he told the Daily Telegraph in response to Mr Roberts' statement.

'All I know is that I'm going to stick to his wishes – if they want to leave him there I don't care less.'

Milat's nephew Alistair Shipsey demanded the government pay as the supposedly wrongful incarceration 'took his life away from him'.

'The government spent $20 million to frame Ivan and they're worried about $2,000 to bury him, they destroyed his life and took him away from us,' he said.

Australia's worst serial killer finally died in Long Bay jail's hospital on Sunday morning after being diagnosed with oesophageal and stomach cancer in May.

He was serving seven consecutive life sentences for murdering seven backpackers whose bodies were found in makeshift graves in the Belanglo State Forest in the 1990s.

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Notorious serial killer Ivan Milat penned the letter just days before his death on the weekend in a Sydney jail. REVEALED: The twisted contents of Ivan Milat ' s final letter handed to his brother 48 hours before he died - as he delivers one final insult to his victims' families from beyond the grave.

Milat had been in prison since his 1994 arrest for the murders of seven backpackers whose remains Serial killer Ivan Milat ' s body could remain on ice for weeks as a protracted standoff brews over who pays for ' Hell will freeze over before Corrections pays a cent for Ivan Milat ' s funeral ,' Corrective

Milat maintained his innocence right up until his death and refused to answer any questions about other murders he is suspected of committing.

'You could blow me eyes with a blowtorch and I still could not tell you one word about any of them missing people,' he said in one interview.

As he reached the end, police tried every appeal and every trick in the book to get him to confess, all to no avail.

'I don't care, that's it. Don't hold your breath waiting for me to call,' were his final words to police before his death.

Detectives even tried playing him interviews with his alleged victims' families in an appeal to any ounce of humanity he might have left - but he was unmoved.

'What do you want me to watch this for?' he told them.

'They only say what you expect them to say. I don't feel sorry for them. Why should I feel sorry for them?'

Former detective Clive Small, who led the NSW Police investigation into the backpacker killings, believes Milat thwarted police to keep his 'power'.

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Milat (right) and his brother Richard (left) singing at a family gathering. During his trial, Milat ' s lawyer attempted to shift the blame for some of the backpacker Their bodies were all discovered in the Belanglo State Forest, near Bowral, south of Sydney, and found to be victims of serial killer Ivan Milat .

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'Ivan, having information that he knew others didn't have, he saw himself as being the boss or in control of the situation,' he told 2GB radio.

'I think he believed that once he gave that information up he no longer had the power.'

Instead, Milat wrote the brief letter to his brother Bill and sister-in-law Carol with instructions for it to be sealed until his death.

He signed off with his name and a small illustration of a figure with a halo above the word 'innocent'.

Bill, who has always maintained his brother's innocence, told 10 Daily the family would not have a private funeral or bury Milat, but that he would be cremated and scattered.

'Have a funeral and every kook in the country will be there -- if he was buried they'd desecrate the grave and make a mess of the place,' he said.

IVAN MILAT'S FINAL LETTER

Hello and may all be well with both of you and your family. Things are fairly crook with me but while I in mind and senses I would like you to know that years ago you were nominated as my next of kin contact person by CS NSW, that's Corrective Services New South Wales.

Due to my health issues, I wish to leave you all I have. All funds, moneys held in my prison account and to possessions of all other items of property, legal and trial and appeal reviews documents held on my behalf by Corrective Services NSW. Above all I request be given to William [Address] I thank you for this.

I realise and am aware that this letter my wishes may not be legal will and testament CS NSW Government Services and probate procedures may come into play I believe. But hope this letter may clearly show my intentions and wishes that you Bill receive my funds and legal documents.

Keep this letter to show it to your solicitor that you may sole beneficiary. Please don't pay for my funeral services or contribute in any way. CS NSW to fund it all. A paupers burial or whatever is suitable. I have assured the commissioner of CS of NSW of my wishes.

I am innocent of the crimes convicted of.

Ivan Milat

24/10/2019

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