Australia’s most wanted fugitive was holed up in a rundown weatherboard shack covered with rubbish when cops caught up with him after 12 years on the run.
Graham Potter, 64, was arrested in a police raid on Monday after he allegedly skipped bail in Melbourne in 2010 on conspiracy to murder charges.
He was dubbed the ‘head and fingers killer’ after serving 15 years for the 1981 murder of Kim Barry, 19, who he bashed to death and decapitated.
Police vision of the arrest shows the inside of dilapidated house where he hid out at Ascham St, Ravenshoe, 120km south-west of Cairns in far north Queensland.
He was found in a squalid room filled with empty cardboard boxes, beer bottles on the windowsill and a chicken coop – with a terrified cat filmed in police vision.
Potter, who allegedly…
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