From today's front page of the monopoly WA newspaper that appears to have tried to assist hide the fact that BRE was ordered to do an 8 months sex offenders course by the WA Justice system in 1990, and that lost out to Nine Entertainment, for an exclusive interview with the 1990 Hollywood Hospital BRE sexual assault living victim. Edit: Wendy interviewed with a number of media outlets including both Nine Seven West.
Despite Bradley Edwards attacking a woman while at work, the convicted killer was allowed to keep his job and received a slap on the wrist from the law, keeping him off police's radar when his crimes escalated to rape and murder.
Rumours are circulating that there may be an appeal launched after last weeks conviction of the Claremont Serial Killer. Tom Percy QC explains more about how appeals are launched in sentencing cases like these.
One of the Claremont Killer's assault victims has broken her silence. Wendy Davis was employed at Hollywood Hospital in 1990 - when she was hit from behind and was dragged towards a toilet by Bradley Robert Edwards. She managed to escape and Edwards was charged with common assault at the time...
Vintage articles, one on the police looking for two men, one dressed as a woman and the FBI saying to look for two men as being involved in the murders. The third is at the Rimmer site where the police mention clothing items.
Vintage article where the kimono was held up by police and the Huntingdale attacks linked to the murder of Victoria Clarke in Victoria Park.
There was a gap in Edwards prowler offending between February 15 to October 8.
February 17, 1988. Kimono clue to a brutal killing
by Cyril Ayris
This kimono may be the clue that helps
solve the brutal killing of Victoria Heather
Clark, 30, in Victoria Park last September.
It was dropped by a man that walked
into a Huntingdale house early on Monday
morning and lay on top of a sleeping
The kimono is the first good clue the police
have been given in recent sex attacks in the area.
Det-Sgt Max Kiernan said the man
apparently walked into the house..."
State prosecutors decide against appealing the acquittal of Claremont killer Bradley Edwards for the 1996 murder of Sarah Spiers, which could signal the end of the legal road for her family unless new evidence comes to light.
The City of Belmont is expected to strip convicted Claremont killer Bradley Edwards of a prestigious community service award granted to him for his “tireless” work with a little athletics clubs.
'The City of Belmont is expected to strip convicted Claremont killer Bradley Edwards of a prestigious community service award granted to him in 2013 for his “tireless” work with the Kewdale and Belmont little athletics clubs.
Edwards filled a number of roles at the clubs, including president and chairman. He initially volunteered at the clubs when his stepdaughter joined but continued to be involved after she left.
In 2013, City of Belmont Mayor Phil Marks handed out the award to Edwards for his commitment and leadership at the clubs at a civic dinner.
At the time he said Edwards, and other award recipients, had consistently displayed community spirit through their dedication and hard work serving others.
“All our winners join the list of prestigious community service award winners and they truly embody the spirit of community,” he said in 2013.
Later that year, Eric Ripper presented him with a medal for a decade of service at Kewdale Little Athletics Club ....
City of Belmont chief executive John Christie said following Edwards arrest in 2016 the City removed references on its website to his 2013 Community Service Award, and removed his name from view on the honour board located within the City’s Civic Centre.
An officer’s report to council said as Edwards has been found guilty of the two murders and other serious offences, it is considered appropriate to withdraw the Community Service Award granted in 2013 and remove any recognition associated with being a recipient of the award.
Edwards will be sentenced on December 23, 2020.
Council will make a decision on whether to formally withdraw the award at its ordinary council meeting on October 27.