Casterton double murder stabbing: Man claims links to Hitler

Police investigate the scene of double stabbing murder in Casterton in 2001. Aaron Jamie Ball has been sentenced to 20 years jail in the Warrnambool Supreme Court.
Police investigate the scene of double stabbing murder in Casterton in 2001. Aaron Jamie Ball has been sentenced to 20 years jail in the Warrnambool Supreme Court.

A MAN who believes he is a clone or grandson of Adolf Hitler has been jailed for 20 years after killing two men in a stabbing frenzy at Casterton.

Aaron Jamie Ball, 33, of Miller Street Casterton, pleaded guilty in the Warrnambool Supreme Court this afternoon to two charges of defensive homicide and one charge of recklessly causing serious injury.

Justice Elizabeth Curtain sentenced Ball, a schizophrenic, to 20 years' imprisonment with 17 years to serve before being eligible for parole.