The two-time murderer Vester Fernando to 17 years imprisonment for stabbing in prison

A two-time killer, who has already been sentenced to life without parole, was jailed for an additional 17 years after stabbing another prisoner in a vicious attack caught on film.

The footage shows Vester Allan Fernando stabbing the young inmate before calmly dropping his gun and surrendering to the prison officials while the victim writhes in a pool of blood.

Fernando is one of Australia’s most violent prisoners and this latest attack likely saw him to spend the rest of his life in Goulburn’s Supermax, the safest prison in the country.

In 1994 he and his cousin Brendan Fernando kidnapped, raped and murdered the 21-year-old nurse Sandra Hoare in Walgett, northwest New South Wales.

Vester Fernando (pictured) kidnapped, raped and murdered nurse Sandra Hoare in Walgett, northwest New South Wales, with his cousin Brendan Fernando in 1994. Five years later, Vester Brendan was stabbed to death in prison. He has now pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of another inmate

CCTV footage shows double killer Vester Allan Fernando stabbing another inmate to death at the Mid North Coast Correctional Center near Kempsey, New South Wales last April

Five years later, Fernando Brendan was stabbed to death while serving life imprisonment at the Lithgow Correctional Center, west of the Blue Mountains.

Fernando was transferred to Supermax after this murder, but was later relocated to the North Coast Correctional Center near Kempsey.

There he stabbed a 26-year-old inmate in the neck, chest and back on the afternoon of April 8th last year.

Fernando was due to be tried in the NSW District Court in Port Macquarie but pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm with murder.

Footage of the attack received from Daily Mail Australia shows Fernando stabbing the inmate under a staircase in a common area in a furious attack.

When Fernando repeatedly sticks a gun into the man’s body, other inmates do not disturb and the wounded prisoner bleeds to death on the floor.

The vision shows Fernando walking away from the stabbed prisoner while writhing on the ground. Fernando then slides a gun across the floor at approaching officers

Footage received from Daily Mail Australia shows the stabbing under a staircase while other inmates walk around and the wounded prisoner bleeds to death on the floor

The vision shows Fernando slowly moving away from the victim after trying to kill him and feeling blood all over the floor on his shoes.

Fernando then slides his gun at approaching prison officials before calmly raising his hands in the air and laying down in surrender.

Vester Allan Fernando (pictured) is one of the most notorious and difficult inmates in the state.

More than a dozen police officers swarm out of the common area as other inmates nonchalantly walk past the scene, some barely looking twice when the victim stops moving.

Most of the officers move to surround Fernando, while two come to the aid of the injured inmate with a towel.

At around 3:15 p.m., emergency services were called to the prison and the stabbed inmate was flown to John Hunter Hospital in a critical but stable condition.

Fernando pleaded guilty to attempted murder in June and was sentenced to an additional 17 years and one month in prison by Judge Roy Ellis.

Judge Ellis gave a minimum sentence of 11 years and a month, but Fernando will never be able to apply for parole due to his previous murder convictions.

Another inmate, 28-year-old Atin Munro, was charged with aiding and abetting attempted murder in the attack but was found not guilty.

CCTV vision shows Fernando walking away from the victim and tracking blood across the floor

After the attack, Fernando calmly put his hands in the air before lying on the ground as the prison officers walk towards him

Fernando, who built up considerably during his decades behind bars, was also convicted of assaulting a prison guard in 2005.

Fernando’s cousins ​​snatched Ms. Hoare away after she was killed on Jan.

The NSW Supreme Court heard that the couple forced Ms. Hoare to endure more than an hour of fear and extreme trauma.

Fernando’s cousins ​​snatched Ms. Hoare after she finished a night shift alone in the geriatric ward at Walgett Base Hospital on December 9, 1994

Sandra Hoare was kidnapped and killed by Vester and Brendan Fernando in December 1994. Brendan Fernando (right) was killed by Vester in prison in September 1999

The cousins ​​took Ms. Hoare from the hospital to a nearby oval, where Brendan held the nurse while Vester raped her.

They then forced Ms. Hoare to go 400 meters to a paddock, where they murdered her with a machete. Ms. Hoare’s body was found with her head almost severed and her underwear missing.

Vester was 27 and Brendan was 26 when they were sentenced to life imprisonment in 1997.

The older cousin denied having anything to do with Ms. Hoare’s murder and held Brendan responsible for his conviction and life imprisonment.

The cousins ​​were initially held in separate prisons, but were later reunited. Fernando murdered Brendan in Lithgow in September 1999.

He used the blade of scissors to stab Brendan’s face and chest and pierce his heart during a music lesson in the prison auditorium.

In 2001 Fernando was imprisoned for the murder of Brendan with a minimum sentence of 22 years for an additional 30 years.

Judge Rod Howie said Fernando’s conviction for the murder of Brendan was “academic” as he should never be released for the murder of Ms. Hoare.

Prisoner Fernando, who was stabbed to death last year, was only recently in custody and had no long criminal record.

The Mid North Coast Correctional Center is a maximum, medium, and minimum safety center for men and women located in Aldavilla, 455 km north of Sydney and 14 km west of Kempsey.

The Mid North Coast Correctional Center (pictured) is a maximum, medium, and minimum safety center for men and women located in Aldavilla, 455 km north of Sydney and 14 km west of Kempsey

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