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An Australian man has pleaded not guilty to murdering three women, following one of the nation’s highest-profile criminal investigations.
Bradley Robert Edwards, 49, is accused of killing Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer, and Ciara Glennon on separate occasions in Perth in 1996 and 1997.
Their disappearances, all from the same suburb of Claremont, were later alleged by police to be serial killings.
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