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‘The possibility of him walking the streets in near future is remote’

A prominent Perth defence lawyer has offered his opinion on the decision of the man – accused in the Claremont Serial Killer case – to plead guilty over unrelated matters.

Bradley Edwards yesterday changed his pleas to guilty over five charges relating to assaults on teenagers in 1988 and 1995 — but maintains his not guilty pleas over the murders of three young women in the Claremont area in the mid-90s.

Tom Percy QC – who is not involved in the Claremont case – says the change in pleas is a tactic, which he doesn’t think does much in the eyes of public perception.

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