Ivan Milat’s Final Letter

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Ivan Milat, right, with his bro Bill on the left at Wombeyan Caves in 1991.

Ivan Milat passed away in a medical facility bed at Sydney’s Long Bay Jail on October 26, 2019. Prior to his fatality he sent out a last letter to his household inquiring to allow the NSW federal government spend for his funeral service. His desire was rejected and also Milat himself paid the cremation with the cash from his jail account.

Ivan offered the letter to his bro Bill (imagined over) as well as asked him to closed it up until his fatality. Below is the records of the complete letter:

Hello and also might all be well with both of you and also your household.

Points are rather criminal with me yet while I in mind and also detects I would certainly like you to recognize that years ago you were chosen as my near relative get in touch with individual by CS NSW, that’s Corrective Services New South Wales.

Because of my health and wellness problems, I want to leave you all I have.

All funds, cash kept in my jail account as well as to ownerships of all various other products of residential property, lawful and also test and also allure testimonials files hung on my part by Corrective Services NSW. Most of all I ask for be provided to William [Address] I thanks for this.

I become aware as well as understand that this letter my dreams might not be lawful will and also testimony CS NSW Government Services as well as probate treatments might enter into play I think.

However wish this letter might plainly reveal my objectives and also desires that you Bill obtain my funds as well as lawful records.

Maintain this letter to reveal it to your lawyer that you might single recipient.

Please do not spend for my funeral solutions or add whatsoever.

CS NSW to money all of it.

A poor man’s interment or whatever appropriates. I have actually guaranteed the commissioner of CS of NSW of my desires.

I am innocent of the criminal offenses founded guilty of.


Ivan Milat


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