In seven weeks he terrorised Frankston. Then premier Jeff Kennett recalls: “You could have thrown a match and the place would’ve exploded. There was outrage, but more importantly there was this genuine, genuine fear.”
For the last year or so award-winning documentary maker Terry Carlyon and I have retraced the events of 30 years ago, talking to the police who found him, the pathologists who discovered key evidence and the judge who sentenced him, for the program No Mercy, No Remorse, streaming on Stan.
It was seven weeks in Frankston that won’t leave…
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