Sarah Cafferkey killer Steven Hunter 'played' parole system before murder, coroner finds - The Age

A Victorian coroner has called for serious violent offenders to be monitored out of jail the same way serious sex offenders are, after finding Steven Hunter "played" the parole system before he murdered Sarah Cafferkey. Judge Ian Gray on Wednesday ...

Man who killed a 22-year-old woman and stuffed her body in a wheelie bin knew how to 'play the system' and was high ... - Daily Mail

Double murderer Steven James Hunter 'played the system' and was under the influence of ice when he killed a 22-year-old and stuffed her body in a wheelie bin, according to a Victorian coroner. Law student Sarah Cafferkey and Hunter would often meet up ...

Sarah Cafferkey's murderer was 'able to play the system' - NEWS.com.au

A CONVICTED murderer who was on parole was able to play the system before killing Sarah Cafferkey, a Victorian coroner says. Judge Ian Gray said Steven James Hunter posed a real risk to the community when his parole period ended in 2012, 11 days ...

Sarah Cafferkey's murder 'played the system' while on parole - 9news.com.au

A convicted murderer "played the system" and had not reformed when his parole period ended when he killed Sarah Cafferkey, a Victorian coroner has said. Steven James Hunter posed a real risk to the community when his parole period ended in 2012, ...

Sarah Cafferkey murder: Coroner finds need for better reins on serious violent offenders - Herald Sun

SUPERVISION orders that keep watch on serious sex offenders should also be used for violent criminals, a coroner has found in the wake of the murder of Sarah Cafferkey. State Coroner Ian Gray suggested the same orders apply to serious violent offenders ...

Sarah Cafferkey murderer Steven Hunter 'played the system' while on parole - ABC Online

Serious violent offenders should be supervised in the same way serious sex offenders are once their parole period has expired, a Victorian coroner has recommended, after finding a convicted murderer was not adequately monitored before he killed again.