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'We're not talking about a petty thief, but a mass murderer’ - Sizzlers victims' families on killer's possible parole

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Adam Woest. Photo: Gallo Images
Adam Woest. Photo: Gallo Images

The loved ones of the victims of Sizzlers massacre mass murderer Adam Woest may finally be heard as parole proceedings against the inmate are reopened.

This will give the families of his 10 victims the opportunity to be part of the process, which grieving Leigh Visser felt they were robbed of last year.

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