Snowtown Murderer Robert Joe Wagner Seeking Parole
Snowtown serial killer Robert Joe Wagner will go to the Supreme Court next week in a bid to be released from prison despite being sentenced to ten consecutive life sentences, The Advertiser has reported.
Snowtown murderer Robert Joe Wagner has launched a legal bid to eventually be released from prison despite serving ten consecutive life sentences. pic.twitter.com/RSPCYYAeQ1— Sunrise (@sunriseon7) March 12, 2019
The murderer from the infamous ‘bodies-in-the-barrels’ case wants a non-parole period set so that he has a goal to work towards while he’s locked up.
His case will reportedly be heard in the South Australian Supreme Court on Monday.
Wagner, who ate the flesh of his last victim, was convicted of 10 of the 11 murders that shocked the world in the 1990s.
Wagner was sentenced to 10 consecutive life sentences without parole over his role in arguably Australia’s most gruesome serial killings case.
John Bunting – the ringleader in the killings – is serving 11 consecutive life sentences without possibility of parole and has not take action to have a non-parole period set.