Claremont Killer still has ‘control’ over the families of victims

Investigative Journalist Steve Pennells says Claremont Killer Bradley Edwards still – in a way – has control over the families of his victims by holding back from giving any answers.

It comes after Justice Stephen Hall gave Mr Edwards two life sentences for the murders of Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon; he will spend a minimum of 40 years in jail.

“It’s hard because he (Edwards) is a man who didn’t give answers, and he still has that control over the families in a way; by holding back what he knows,” Mr Pennells told Sky News host Chris Smith.

“All through the court case, all through the trial, through the police interview he was quiet, stoic, polite, he never showed any hint of anger.

“Perhaps it’s all part of a strategy, who knows.”

Sky News Australia will examine the longest-running and most-expensive criminal investigation in Australian history in a gripping new investigative documentary, ‘Catching the Claremont Killer: The Untold Story’.

Premiering Thursday 4 February, Sky News speaks exclusively to the secret victim who, for the first time, breaks her silence detailing how she fought back and survived.

Watch on Sky News on Foxtel or Sky News on WIN on Thursday 4th February at 8pm or 11pm AEDT / 5pm or 8pm AWST.

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