Bradley Robert Edwards is convicted of the murder of Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon in Perth almost 25 years ago, but a judge rules that the identity of the murderer of Sarah Spiers cannot be proved beyond a reasonable doubt
Bradley Robert Edwards is convicted of the murder of Ciara Glennon and Jane Rimmer, but not guilty of the murder of Sarah Spiers, 18, who all disappeared from the Perth suburb of Claremont in the mid-1990s in what has become known as the series name Claremont murders Follow live
After a marathon trial, Justice Stephen Hall will today rule on whether or not Bradley Edwards is the Claremont serial killer. Here's a guide to get you up to speed on the case ahead of the monumental verdict.
Guilty or not guilty? After more than two decades of mystery and unimaginable pain, the families of Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon will learn the fate of the man accused of murdering their loved ones.
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