Details of Aiia Maasarwe's death to be made public as Codey Herrmann returns to ...

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Grisly details of Melbourne student's brutal rape and murder to be made public after judge refuses to suppress details Suppression order thrown out on details surrounding death of Aiia Maasarwe Maasarwe's body found near a tram stop at Bundoora on January 16 this year  Codey Herrmann was later arrested and pleaded guilty to death in June The 20-year-old returned to the Supreme Court for a plea hearing on Tuesday 

By Australian Associated Press

Published: 03:02 BST, 1 October 2019 | Updated: 03:05 BST, 1 October 2019

The actions of a killer rapist who murdered an international student in Melbourne will be made public after a judge refused to suppress the details.

Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth threw out a suppression order banning the publication of details of 21-year-old Aiia Maasarwe's rape and murder in Melbourne in January this year.

Her body was found near a tram stop at Bundoora, in Melbourne and Codey Hermann, 20, was later arrested.

Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth threw out a suppression order banning the publication of details of Aiia Maasarwe's, 21, rape and murder in Melbourne in January this year

Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth threw out a suppression order banning the publication of details of Aiia Maasarwe's, 21, rape and murder in Melbourne in January this year 

Herrmann pleaded guilty to her sexual assault and murder in June and returned to Victoria's Supreme Court for a plea hearing on Tuesday

Herrmann pleaded guilty to her sexual assault and

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