american football jersey cheap Accused Claremont serial killer’s court case delayed
The man accused of murdering two women in Perth’s Claremont serial killings in the 1990s has had his next court appearance delayed until February next year.
Bradley Robert Edwards is facing eight charges, including the murders of 23 year old aged care worker Jane Rimmer in June 1996 and 27 year old lawyer Ciara Glennon in March 1997.
The 48 year old Kewdale man is also charged with abducting and raping a 17 year old girl in February 1995, and indecently assaulting another 18 year old woman during a break in in February 1988.
The investigation into the suspected murder of 18 year old secretary Sarah Spiers, who disappeared in 1996, is still ongoing.
Sarah Spiers (L),
Jane Rimmer (C) and Ciara Glennon (R).
Edwards, who has made three court appearances since his arrest last December, is yet to plead to all of the charges against him.
The case, dubbed Operation Macro and believed to be Australia longest running and most expensive police investigation, is still in the beginning stages of the court process.