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Child killer back behind bars
A notorious Western Australia child killer who served 24 years for murdering a mother and son is back behind bars.
Robert Barry Pearce killed his ex-girlfriend and her son in 1984.
The boy, Jaime Dunderdale was stabbed more than 40 times.
Pearce was then involved in a 1990 plot to blow up the walls of Fremantle Prison.
There was a major controversy when Pearce was released from jail in 2008.
On Monday night he allegedly used a knife to threaten a service station worker
in the Western Australia town of Albany, before stealing money and cigarettes.
Pearce handed himself into the Police and has been remanded in custody.
Anger as Killer Robert Barry Pearce is Freed
The family of a mother and child murdered in 1984 are devastated that the killer has been released from jail.
Robert Barry Pearce was released from prison on February 13 after serving 24 years of a life sentence for the double
murder of Mary Dunderdale, 33, and her son Jaime, 12.
Pearce stabbed Ms Dunderdale 17 times after drinking 12 cans of beer and a bottle and a half of whisky.
Ms Dunderdale's brother, John, is furious that his family was not consulted by authorities prior to the double murderer's release.
"I've only had less than 24 hours to digest all this, It's all very much a shock that we
had no input whatsoever," Mr Dunderdale told Simon Beaumont on 6PR.
"Not once, ever, have we been contacted about anything at all to do with the case.
"He cut my sister's throat and stabbed my nephew 49 times.
"I am angry. It has left my mother devastated. We are all devastated. We are completely and
utterly disillusioned with the whole system.
"He was sentenced to life in prision and he should have been left there. You can't take, in
particular, a child's life and be forgiven.
"My mother is an 85-year-old woman who had her only daughter and first grandchild taken away.
It has left a huge whole in her life."
Mr Dunderdale said Pearce deserved the death penalty.
Pearce was the first man to be sentence for the crime of wilful murder at the Buke government
abolished the death penalty int the 1980s. He pleaded guilty to two counts of murder and was
sentenced to a minimum of 20 years' jail.
"They said it was an alcohol-related crime. What's to stop him going out and having
a few beers and doing it again?" he said.
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