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Ivan Milat, Australia’s most notorious serial killer, and man who received far better health care and treatment than refugee children (and adults) on offshore detention has died aged 74.
Milat who was serving seven life sentences for the murders of seven backpackers died in Long Bay jail this morning, after being diagnosed with cancer a few months ago.
The serial killer who perpetrated the appaling murders of backpackers died in the medical wing this morning, after receiving world-class health care, something we are apparently unable to provide to asylum seekers.
His body will now be transferred to the coroner, who investigates all deaths in custody.