Serial killer Ivan Milat moved to intensive care

Serial killer Ivan Milat is reportedly being moved into intensive care in Sydney overnight.

Back in August, Milat was only given weeks to live, after he was diagnosed with terminal oesophagus and stomach cancer earlier this year.

It’s understood he’s now been moved into the intensive care wing at Sydney’s Prince Of Wales Hospital overnight, according to reports from Newscorp.


The 74-year-old – to this day – still maintains his innocence.

He wrote a letter to the media back in August declaring he is innocent of the murder of seven backpackers.

Milat was found guilty in 1996 of the murders, after the victims’ bodies were found in makeshift graves in Belanglo State Forest.

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