Hoddle St mass murderer wants compensation for alleged assaults
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HODDLE Street mass murderer Julian Knight has represented himself in a Melbourne court as he tries to gain compensation for Asics Gelscram 3 alleged assaults in the military.
Wearing a black suit and leather shoes, the man who murdered seven people and injured 19 others during a shooting rampage in 1987 in Clifton Hill in Melbourne northeast, Nike appeared in the Federal Court of Australia on Thursday to argue his case, which will be decided after a hearing in September.
Knight is challenging the Commonwealth over a decision that denied him compensation over alleged assaults while he was a cadet at The Royal Military College, Asics Gelscram 5 Duntroon in Canberra in the 1980s.
The Herald Sun reports his bid was rejected by the Defence Department Abuse Tribunal last year but in February, the Federal Court heard the decision was being reconsidered following an appeal lodged by Knight.
was very happy and Salomon Sock actually wanted to tell the story, Detective Graham Kent said.
feelings were only about staying focused on the job. It was critical to record what this guy had to say in a way that would be admissible in court.
He was eligible for parole in 2014 but the Victorian government said it was unlikely Knight would ever be released.
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