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Accused Claremont serial killer was in ‘turmoil’ weeks before women went missing: state lawyer

The Age Monday, 24 June 2019
The accused Claremont serial killer was sent into a downward spiral after his first wife had an affair, leading him to murder three women, according to the prosecution.
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