Janine Balding case: Serial sex offender should STAY in jail, judge told

Janine Balding case: Serial sex offender should STAY in jail, judge told
Janine Balding case: Serial sex offender should STAY in jail, judge told
Sex monster who helped abduct Janine Balding should STAY in jail despite serving his sentence, judge told Wayne Wilmot was ordered to spend another two years behind bars in 2019 Wilmot's extensive criminal history officially began when he was just 13 Balding was grabbed from a Sydney train station by gang of homeless youths

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A serial violent sex offender involved in the 1988 Sydney abduction of Janine Balding - who was raped and murdered - should stay in jail for now, a judge has been told.

Wayne Wilmot was ordered to spend another two years behind bars in 2019, despite having served his jail term.

That continuing detention order (CDO) expires on September 23, which led the State of NSW on Friday to apply for an interim detention order (IDO) in the Supreme Court.

Sydney woman Janine Balding (pictured) was raped and killed

Sydney woman Janine Balding (pictured) was raped and killed

The State wants him to stay behind bars until Justice Julia Lonergan can hear its application for Wilmot to be subject to an extended supervision order (ESO) on his eventual release.

Wilmot's extensive criminal history officially began with a sex attack on a woman walking through a park when he

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