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Accused Claremont serial killer admitted ‘trying to suppress anger’ after 1990 Hollywood Hospital attack

The Age Saturday, 16 November 2019
Details of how accused Claremont serial killer, Bradley Edwards, once spoke of trying to suppress his anger have been revealed for the first time after state prosecutors won their bid to argue emotional upset in Edwards’ personal life triggered “violent, sexual or murderous” impulses.
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