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Name: Lloyd Clark Fletcher

Age: 53 yrs old (2011)

State: QLD

Sentence: Found guilty in June 1998 of murder. Jailed - Never to be released.

Offence/Other: Repeat sex Offender - Child Killer..Convicted through DNA evidence for the 1987 murder/ rape of Brisbane schoolgirl (Janet Phillips aged 15 yrs).
News.."Serial rapist-murderer Lloyd Clark Fletcher, jailed for the murder of schoolgirl Janet Phillips, wants to stay in jail for life"
Fletcher over a 20-year period attacked at least four women and murdered one. Read more below..

Lloyd Fletcher



Serial rapist and murderer Lloyd Clark Fletcher to remain behind bars indefinitely, judge rules

Notorious serial rapist and murderer Lloyd Clark Fletcher is to remain behind bars indefinitely after a judge ruled he remained a high risk of re-offending if released.
Brisbane Supreme Court judge Debra Mullins confirmed Fletcher's indefinite sentence - meaning the sentence is to remain unaltered until further review or order of the court.
Fletcher, who has repeatedly stated he has no desire to be released and expects to die behind bars, smiled as he sat slumped in the dock of Court 10 as Justice Mullins announced her decision.
"I am satisfied (Fletcher) is a serious risk to the community now and in the short to medium-term period," Justice Mullins said.
Justice Mullins said psychiatric material submitted by the Crown revealed Fletcher posed a "high risk" of committing offences in "a sexual violent fashion" if released.
Under Queensland law and despite Fletcher's request to remain in jail, Justice Mullins was required to deliver a finding at the first periodic review of the indefinite sentence imposed on July 14, 1998.
Fletcher has earned two dubious honours in Queensland legal and criminal history after he was sentenced to an indefinite sentence - life without the possibility of parole - on May 19, 1998.
Not only was he one of the first murderers convicted in Australia through the use of DNA, he was also the first prisoner in Queensland sentenced to an indefinite jail term.
Over a 20-year period Fletcher violently attacked at least four women and murdered one.
In 1998, Fletcher was jailed for life for the murder of Manly schoolgirl Janet Phillips
However, some months later he was sentenced to an indefinite sentence for attacking a teenager at Wynnum railway station.
It was only after DNA samples were taken from Fletcher for the railway station attack that he was matched with samples from the Phillips' murder site 10 years earlier.
Fletcher, now aged 53, was back in the Supreme Court earlier this week for review of the indefinite sentence, which can only be lifted by order of a judge.
The court was told under the relevant Act, Fletcher was entitled to a review because 13 years had passed since his sentence - under previous law the time needed before a convicted murderer could apply for parole.
Fletcher, who represented himself, told Justice Mullins he had nothing to say to the court regarding the review.
"I have nothing to say, your honour. (Nothing) at all," he said.
Prosecutor Deborah Holliday said psychiatric reports, ordered by Chief Justice Paul de Jersey in April, indicated Fletcher remained a serious danger to the community if released.
Ms Holliday said one report supported a continuation of Fletcher's indefinite sentence - until the next review in two years.
The court was told Fletcher remained "relatively untreated" while in custody and was a "high risk" of committing "violent sexual" offences if released.

The Courier-Mail (11-8-2011)
Tony Keim
http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/serial-rapist-and-murderer-lloyd-clark-fletcher-to-remain-behind-bars-indefinitely-judge-rules/story-e6freoof-1226112974272



Serial rapist-murderer Lloyd Clark Fletcher likely to re-offend if released from prison, court told

Notorious serial rapist and murderer Lloyd Clark Fletcher was likely to commit violent sexual assaults if released from prison, a court has been told.
Brisbane Supreme Court judge Debra Mullins said she was required as a matter of law to review whether to extend an indefinite sentence imposed on Fletcher in 1998.
Justice Mullins is required to make a decision despite Fletcher’s own on-going requests to remain in jail for the rest of his life.
Fletcher has earned two dubious honours in Queensland legal and criminal history after he was sentenced to an indefinite sentence - life without the possibility of parole - on May 19, 1998.
Not only was he one of the first murderers convicted in Australia through the use of DNA, he was also the first prisoner in Queensland sentenced to an indefinite jail term.
Over a 20-year period Fletcher violently attacked at least four women and murdered one.
In 1998, Fletcher was jailed for life for the murder of Manly schoolgirl Janet Phillips
However, some months later he was sentenced to an indefinite sentence for attacking a teenager at Wynnum railway station.
It was only after DNA samples were taken from Fletcher for the railway station attack that he was matched with samples from the Phillips murder site 10 years earlier.
Fletcher, now aged 53, was back in the Supreme Court today for the first review of his indefinite sentence, which can only be lifted by order of a judge.
The court was told under the relevant Act, Fletcher was entitled to a review because 13 years had passed since his sentence - under previous law the time needed before a convicted murderer could apply for parole.
Dressed in a dark grey shirt, dark trousers and white sneakers, a bald Fletcher, sporting a large handle-bar moustache, sat slumped and uninterested in the dock of Court 10, with his hands tucked into his pockets, during the 25-minute hearing.
Fletcher, who represented himself, told Justice Mullins he had nothing to say to the court regarding the review.
"I have nothing to say, your honour. (Nothing) at all," he said.
Prosecutor Deborah Holliday said psychiatrist reports, ordered by Chief Justice Paul de Jersey in April, indicated Fletcher remained a serious danger to the community if released.
Ms Holliday said one report supported a continuation of Fletcher’s indefinite sentence until the next review in two years.
The court was told Fletcher remained "relatively untreated" while in custody and was a "high risk" of committing "violent sexual" offences if released.
Justice Mullins said she wanted time to review the Crown's material before handing down her decision on Thursday.
Fletcher, during a mention of the matter in April, told Justice de Jersey: "I am not going to contest my indefinite sentence."
Fletcher's criminal offending began in 1978, when Fletcher, then 20, raped and attempted to murder a woman, 23, at Innisfail, in northern Queensland.
He served nine years of a 15-year sentence.
Fletcher was also jailed for five years after attempting to abduct a girl, 13, at Bright in Victoria in 1989.
She was saved by some labourers who were returning from a job and heard her screams.
In 1997, Fletcher grabbed a girl, 16, at the Wynnum railway station and forced her into his car at knife-point.
He choked and bound her but she was able to escape when a group of teenagers came to her rescue.
It was after police took DNA samples from Fletcher for that offence that he was linked to the murder of Ms Phillips in July 1987.
The 15-year-old schoolgirld was attacked, raped and killed while walking home from a party.

The Courier-Mail (8-11-2011)
Tony Keim
http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/serial-rapist-murderer-lloyd-clark-fletcher-likely-to-re-offend-if-released-court-told/story-e6freoof-1226111002841



Serial rapist-murderer Lloyd Clark Fletcher, jailed for the murder of schoolgirl Janet Phillips, wants to stay in jail for life

Notorious serial rapist and murderer Lloyd Clark Fletcher today indicated to a court he was content to stay in jail for the rest of his life.
Fletcher has two places in Queensland legal and criminal history after he was sentenced to an indefinite sentence - life without the possibility of parole - in 1998.
Life Sentence: Lloyd Clark Fletcher was convicted for the murder of Manly schoolgirl Janet Phillips in 1998
He was the one of the first murderers convicted in Australia through the use of DNA and he was also the first prisoner in Queensland sentenced to an indefinte jail term.
Fletcher over a 20-year period attacked at least four women and murdered one.
In 1998 , Fletcher was jailed life for the murder of Manly schoolgirl Janet Phillips but some months later he was sentenced to an indefinite sentence for attacking a teenager at Wynnum railway station.
It was only after DNA samples were taken from Fletcher for the railway station attack that he was matched with samples from the Phillips murder site 10 years earlier.
In the Supreme Court in Brisbane today, Fletcher, now 53, was up for the first review of his indefinite sentence, which can only be lifted by order of a judge.
The Court heard under the relevant Act, Fletcher was entitled to a review because 13 years had passed since his sentence - under previous law the time needed before a convicted murderer could apply for parole.
A review will decide whether Fletcher remained a danger to the community and in effect whether he can apply for parole at some stage.
Chief Justice Paul de Jersey ordered new psychiatric reports be compiled on Fletcher for the full review hearing later this year.
Justice de Jersey explained to Fletcher, who appeared for himself, that he had the right to appoint a psychiatrist of his own for the review.
He asked Fletcher if he intended to co-operate with the review and if he wanted Legal Aid.
"I understand I will co-operate . . . None required (Legal Aid). I am not going to contest my indefinite sentence, " Fltecher said, adding he would never be seeking parole.
Justice de Jersey noted that was the way Fletcher felt about it at the moment and adjourned the hearing to a date to be fixed.
The court had earlier heard some details of Fletcher's offences which began in 1978, when Fletcher, then 20, raped and attempted to murder a woman, 23, at Innisfail, in northern Queensland.
He served nine years of a 15-year sentence.
Fletcher was also jailed for five years after attempting to abduct a girl, 13, at Bright in Victoria in 1989.
She was saved by some labourers who were returning from a job and heard her screams.
In 1997, Fletcher grabbed a girl, 16, at the Wynnum railway station and forced her into his car at knife-point.
He choked and bound her but she was able to escape when a group of teenagers came to her rescue.
It was after police took DNA samples from Fletcher for that offence he was linked to the murder of Ms Phillips in July, 1987.
The 15-year-old schoolgirld was attacked, raped and killed while walking home from a party.

The Courier-Mail (7-4-2011)
Mark Oberhardt
http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/serial-rapist-murderer-lloyd-clark-fletcher-wants-to-stay-in-jail-for-life/story-e6freon6-1226035327416




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