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Copycat Milat - Teenagers gone bad and filming their crimes

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  Mathew Milat  Photographer -  Stephen Cooper image Source - News Corp

Mathew Milat
Photographer -  Stephen Cooper
image Source - News Corp

Thursday, February 5 at 8.30pm on Nine

They were born bad - very bad - teenagers who committed the most horrific of crimes ... and all captured on video.

Hosted by Leila McKinnon, each week Inside Story delves into major stories and events in Australia – and beyond.

Episode Two  – Born Bad
Reporter: Tom Steinfort

Young David Auchterlonie went out to celebrate his 17th birthday with mates but never came home. His killer - Matthew Milat - nephew of notorious serial killer Ivan Milat.

Milat’s accomplice, Cohen Klein, filmed the brutal murder on his mobile phone - crucial evidence that would later convict both him and Milat.

The program will feature exclusive interviews with a witness to the crime and hear from David’s family - still trying to make sense of his senseless death. 

Also, in this episode, a crime just as brazen, just as shocking: two 16-year-old schoolmates who made a real-life version of SCREAM.

Brian Draper and Torey Adamcik had a passion for horror movies so they decided to make their own – a slasher movie with a real-life victim, their school friend Cassie Stoddard.

It’s all there - captured in vivid detail on a video camera - from Brian and Torey planning the murder in their school library ... right through to the get-away as the two baby-faced killers, high on adrenaline, speed off into the night.