Anecdote from The Sunday Telegraph, August 23, 2020 : “We were inundated with stories from former Corrective Service NSW prison staff. Our source swears the officer asked Ivan Milat if he had “been a good boy” before handing him a magazine. The scene was allegedly videoed on a hand-held recorder (used of force was to … Continue reading Anecdote from Supermax
On January 26, 2009, Ivan Milat, in quite a gruesome way, cut off his little finger of his left hand, as a protest against the High Court. The following account is taken from the book, "Australia's Most Murderous Prison - Behind the Walls of Goulburn Jail" : The officer picked up the chunky envelope addressed … Continue reading 2009 : Ivan Milat cuts off his finger
On the first day of his cross-examination, June 17, 1996, Ivan was being asked about items found in his car. At the end of the day, after a very long cross examination, just before 4 o’clock, just before the court is about to rise, the prosecutor, Mark Tedeschi asked Ivan a question about a rubber … Continue reading Ivan Milat and the rubber glove
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.