Killer who can’t be named released

Killer who can’t be named released

Tania Burgess’s killer, DL, granted parole and will leave jail in August The man who murdered 15-year-old girl Tania Burgess, stabbing her 48 times, has been granted parole and will leave prison. The parents of Tania Burgess, who was murdered at the age of 15 in 2005, have described the “hopelessness” they feel over her killer’s release from prison. He will re-enter the community under “intensive supervision” on August 1, having been granted parole by the New South Wales State Parole Authority yesterday. The killer can only be identified as DL, as he was 16 years old – a minor – at the time of the crime. He is now in his thirties. “It’s hard to believe,” Tania’s mother, Mandy, told Sunrise on Friday morning. “When I saw his face …
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