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'I feel like I almost died': ATO whistleblower breaks silence on facing 161 years in jail

ATO whistleblower breaks his silence as he prepares for a court hearing on Tuesday after being charged with offences totalling 161 years - almost as many as serial killer Ivan Milat.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Serial killer Ivan Milat discharged from hospital to spend last days in jail

Ivan Milat, who's serving time for murdering seven backpackers, has been transferred from a Sydney hospital to a nearby jail where he'll likely die of cancer.
SBS - Published

Ivan Milat back in prison after cancer treatment

Serial killer Ivan Milat has returned to prison after receiving treatment for terminal cancer. Milat is serving seven life sentences for the murder of seven backpackers during the late 80s and early..
SBS - Published

Serial killer Milat: back to prison to die

Ivan Milat, who's serving time for murdering seven backpackers, has been transferred from a Sydney hospital to a nearby jail where he'll likely die of cancer.
SBS - Published

Ivan Milat moves to Long Bay jail hospital from Prince of Wales

A heavily guarded Ivan Milat has been moved from a high-security ward in Sydney's Prince of Wales hospital to a bed in Long Bay Jail hospital.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'He’s very confident of going to heaven': the letters of Ivan Milat

The serial killer, who has been given weeks to live, has correspondences stretching back decades.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Former investigator's message to Ivan Milat, as the serial killer is treated for terminal cancer

As Ivan Milat learns he has terminal cancer, the man who led the police task force to catch him almost 25 years ago says there was one thing the killer should do before he dies.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Serial killer Ivan Milat has 'weeks to live' after terminal cancer diagnosis

Ivan Milat, the 74-year-old serial killer serving seven consecutive life sentences for murdering backpackers, has been diagnosed with cancer.
SBS - Published Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Serial killer Ivan Milat diagnosed with terminal cancer

Ivan Milat, the 74-year-old serial killer serving seven consecutive life sentences for murdering backpackers, has been diagnosed with cancer.
SBS - Published

Serial killer Ivan Milat remains in Sydney hospital

The Seven Network and ABC on Wednesday both reported Milat had cancer and wouldn't be returning to Goulburn but would likely be transferred to Long Bay Jail hospital.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

ATO whistleblower faces six life sentences, roughly the same as Ivan Milat

ATO whistleblower Richard Boyle faces charges of 161 years in prison.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Emily O'Grady wins the Vogel's Literary Award

The legacies of violence and the crimes of Ivan Milat haunts this year's The Australian/Vogel's Literary Prize winner.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mark Tedeschi's career 'stands or falls' on Gordon Wood lawsuit, court

Mark Tedeschi, QC, successfully prosecuted backpacker killer Ivan Milat, balcony murderer Simon Gittany, and baby killer Keli Lane.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

Lindt Cafe siege handling a ‘bloody shambles’

lindt cafe siege handling a ‘bloody shambles’
A FORMER top cop, who brought down backpacker murderer Ivan Milat, described the response to the Lindt Cafe siege as a “bloody shambles”.
Daily Telegraph - Published Also reported by •The Advertiser

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