Malcolm Naden, formerly one of Australia’s most wanted men who was captured this year, has been moved to Sydney’s Long Bay jail for medical treatment.
Police sources told The Sun-Herald that Mr Naden was moved from the Goulburn Correctional Centre, a Supermax prison, last week.
“There is nothing unusual about this. As you can imagine he is having trouble adjusting to confined spaces after nearly seven years on the run,” a source said.
Police are confident Mr Naden will be fit enough to face court at his next hearing in August.
In April, he was taken to Macquarie River in Dubbo to help police investigators.
Charges against him include the murder of 24-year-old Kristy Scholes, found dead in a Dubbo house in June 2005 and two counts of aggravated indecent assault on a 15-year-old girl at Dubbo in 2004.
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