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Sex monster Fritzl changed his mind and pleaded guilty on all charges this morning (Weds).

Josef Fritzl admits all

By Thomas Hochwarter

Austrian incest monster Josef Fritzl changed his mind and pleaded guilty on all charges.

The 74-year-old admitted rape, incest, murder and enslavement. He told the jury this morning (Weds): "I plead guilty to all the charges in the indictment."

Fritzl told judge Andrea Humer that Elisabeth’s videotaped testimony was the reason.

Initially, Fritzl admitted incest but denied two charges, including murdering one of the children soon after its birth.

Fritzl locked his daughter Elisabeth in a cellar below the family home in Amstetten, Lower Austria, and fathered seven children with the woman who is 42 years old today.

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