What the judge said to 'bullying and coercive' murderer who battered his 'simple and vulnerable friend'

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Nathan Muat was handed a life sentence with a minimum tariff of 19 years for the brutal and fatal attack which left Peter Seeclear with more than 20 rib cage fractures
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