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Adrian Bayley has been sentenced to life with a minimum of 35 years for the rape and murder of Melbourne ABC employee Jill Meagher. The prosecution had argued for life without parole but Supreme Court Judge Geoffrey Nettle said Bayley's guilty plea and the fact he had showed a small amount of remorse were factors in his decision to grant a non parole period. Source: abc.net.au

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