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A man who served 16 years in prison for murdering his partner and two young children after she demanded a threesome with her best friend will soon be released.<br> <br> <br> <br>  <br> <br> Sandor Cikos was handed a 21-year sentence after pleading guilty to the murder of his de facto wife, Allison Penrose, and their children, four-year-old Jake and 18-month-old Travis, at their West Dapto home near Wollongong, south of Sydney, on December 6, 1999.<br> Cikos, who was a fitter and turner, has been in custody since January 2000 and became eligible for release last July, and the New South Wales Parole Authority agreed to grant parole on Thursday.<br> Ms Penrose and her children were killed by her husband just months after she watched him have sex with her friend - a sexual fantasy she wanted to fulfil.<br> Sandor Cikos (right) was handed a 21-year sentence after pleading guilty to the murder of his de facto wife, Allison Penrose (left), and their children, four-year-old Jake and 18-month-old Travis<br> A Corrective Services spokesman told Daily Mail Australia he would be released later this month.<br> The threesome occurred on February 1999 before Ms Penrose and her children were killed in the December. <br> And when it did not live up to her expectations, Ms Penrose became consumed with jealousy and became violent towards him in the months leading up her and her children's deaths.<br> RELATED ARTICLES Previous - # 1 - # Next - # Woman, 21, arrested at Sydney Airport 'spent millions on... - /news/article-3573906/Woman-arrested-Sydney-Airport-trying-board-flight-Malaysia-4-6-million-wrongly-transferred-2012.html <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> Share this article<br> <br> Share<br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> The father-of-two 'felt he had to do something and killing her seemed to be the only thing he could do' after Ms Penrose threatened to kill him if he did not end the life of her friend.<br> ‘Once her fantasy had become a reality, she apparently did not like what she saw,' Justice John Dunford said at the time of Cikos's sentencing.<br> ‘Almost immediately, she commenced to abuse and berate the prisoner for having had intercourse with the girlfriend in front of her, and she struck the prisoner and ordered him out of the house, and also the girlfriend.'<br> Cikos had not planned - http://www.blogrollcenter.com/index.php?a=search&q=planned to kill his partner and children until the night before.<br> Ms Penrose and her sons were murdered at their West Dapto home near Wollongong on December 6, 1999<br> Travis (left) and Jake (right) were strangled by their father even though they had plastic bags put over their heads<br> He struck Ms Penrose over the head with a pipe in their bedroom before turning her over and choked her.<br> Cikos then went to choke his two sons to death even though he had put plastic bags over their heads.<br> The only reason Cikos gave for taking ‘two innocent lives' was he ‘could not bear the thought of them going through life with the pain of having lost their mother and knowing that their father had done it'.<br> Upon hearing the news of the murderer's release, Ms Penrose's father Allan said he and his family were angry Cikos was going to be free.<br> One of the bodies being rolled out of the West Dapto home in 1999 following the murders<br> Upon hearing the news of the murderer's release, ryse residences condo - https://www.ryseresidences.com/ Ms Penrose's father Allan said he and his family were angry Cikos was going to be free<br> <br> 'If he's out, in the world, I really don't want to come face to face with him,' Mr Penrose told 9News.<br> 'It's still like yesterday you know - shocking.<br> <br> <br> <br> And you're living with it every day.<br> 'They've [their lives] got to be worth more than five years each.'<br>
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