A young man from Tasmania gunned down 35 people in a horrific killing spree in 1996. Locals remember what he was like before the incident.
Bryant has attempted suicide several times. The Ethics Centre's Dr Matthew Beard asks whether prison officers should let him go, instead of spending life in jail.
Given 35 life terms, plus an extra 1,035 years, Martin Bryant will die in prison one way or another. But if he had his way, it would be sooner rather than later.