On Tuesday, Hayden Knibbs testified in pre-sentencing proceedings that he considers Wilson a serial murderer considering the index of his conviction, which includes five murders, rape, three attempted murders and assault.
“The crimes for which the accused was convicted were unprovoked. The crimes seem to be about control over others, a sadistic desire to harm others and possible need to impress, sometimes forcing others to become reluctant participants for fear of their own safety.
“The accused appears to display a narcissistic sense of self-entitlement that when bruised acts in a murderous way.”
He said a number of serial killers re-offended when released on bail or parole and it was generally accepted that serial killers could not be rehabilitated.