Those criteria include, principally, a determination if he remains a threat to the community.If that remains the case the Board may well refuse that release.'' The disappearance of Ms Neumann, 22, sparked one of the largest investigations in SA history, as police grappled with a possibility a serial killer may have been targeting women in Coober Pedy.
If approved, Alavija will be deported immediately or held in a detention centre until a flight is arranged.
It is understood Alavija is not objecting to being deported.
Andrew Timothy Agius fooled the women into getting into his car by telling them he was a taxi driver.
In each case he took them to remote spots and raped them.
The District Court subsequently heard Abbot downloaded 15,790 images and eight videos after he was introduced to the images by a relative.
In sentencing today, Judge Peter Brebner said the majority of the material involved children younger than 14 - Read More - Pleaded guilty to obtaining and possessing child pornography - Downloaded over thirty thousand images.
Judge Wayne Chivell said that when confronted by DNA evidence, Agius had concocted a story that his victims were prostitutes, adding to their humiliation and degradation.
Judge Chivell said the 36-year-old had shown no remorse or any signs that he was willing to take part in rehabilitation programs and deserved no deduction on sentence.
The breakthrough came when one of two men he had told about her murder contacted police and led detectives to the murder scene on the Olympic opal field, 9km from the town.
Ms Neumann's body was recovered from the mine shaft two days later.
He jailed Agius for a total of 18 years and imposed a non-parole period of 12 years- "Miho Christian Alavija, who raped and killed Anne Neumann at Coober Pedy, to be deported back to Croatia" (1-10-2013) The man responsible for one of South Australia's most horrific murders is likely to be deported to Croatia this month.