The Horrible Act Ivan Milat Is Expected To Undertake
Criminologist Amanda Howard, who has spoken to Ivan Milat via letters has said that she believes he will not confess to the murders he was sent to jail for.
Howard told the Sydney Morning Herald she believes Milat will send a message to the newspapers to ‘protest his innocence to his last dying breath.’
Doctors believe Milat has less than two weeks left to live but will ‘go down fighting.’
Last week, it was revealed that Milat had been diagnosed with terminal cancer of the oesophagus, almost 25 years into serving seven life sentences for the brutal murders of European backpackers between 1989 and 1993.