Family of Claremont Killer victim requests privacy

The father of Ciara Glennon, who was murdered by Claremont Killer Bradley Edwards, has requested privacy for their family after Mr Edwards was given two life sentences on Wednesday.

Justice Stephen Hall gave the Claremont Killer two life sentences for the murders of Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon, he will spend a minimum of 40 years in jail.

The two women disappeared after separate nights out in the Perth suburb of Claremont between January 1996 and March 1997 – as did 18-year-old Sarah Spiers whose body has never been found.

The bodies of Ms Rimmer and Ms Glennon were later discovered in Perth bushland.

Following the sentencing, Ciara’s father, Dennis, said “we wish to use the time to remember Ciara in a quiet space”.

Mr Glennon has also confirmed he will not be taking part in any television interviews paid or otherwise.

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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