Following Ivan's arrest on May 22, 1994 and after securing the house located at 22 Cinnabar StEagle Vale NSW 2558, Australia, Ivan was taken back inside by two task force detectives while other officers carried out the search of the premises. The following is a list of the evidence found inside the house : Bedroom … Continue reading Evidence : Ivan Milat’s House
Ivan Milat, 1997 The following interview was published in Who Weekly, August 5, 1996. At the beginning of their relationship Milat and Hughes often went to the movies, dinner or to visit members of his family. "He liked staying at home quite a bit because he was pretty tired from work. He took me to … Continue reading Interview with Chalinder Hughes
Following Ivan Milat’s and other prisoner, George Savvas’ planned jail break, Savvas was found dead in Maitland jail on May 18, 1997. Ivan was moved to a segregated cell at Long Bay jail and was denied all visitors. "I’m not allowed to see Ivan and I don’t know at the moment whether or not my … Continue reading Interview with Shirley Milat, May 1997
For two years, up until the trial, Ivan Milat’s face was hidden from the public. The press was forbidden to publish his photo. According to the detectives on the case, it came down on a matter of identification. If Milat was identified publicly it could jeopardize the prosecution.
Ivan Milat thought an early-morning telephone call warning him that armed police were about to raid his home was a prank. In conversations taped by police just minutes before his arrest on May 22, 1994, Ivan Milat told police he thought it "really weird" that they would phone him before approaching the house, and he had thought … Continue reading Ivan Milat Arrest : Milat felt police call was a joke