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Re: Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe awaits tariff decision

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Yorkshire Ripper loses prison appeal

Postby admin » 14 Jan 2011, 19:48

Appeals court judges in London ruled Friday the man known as the Yorkshire Ripper for the murders of 13 women will never get out of prison.

The three judges ruled the 64-year-old former truck driver's claim he was acting "under divine instruction to fulfill God's will" was just as invalid as when he first claimed it at his 1981 trial, The Daily Telegraph reported.

Peter Sutcliffe was convicted of killing 13 women, most of them prostitutes, and the attempted murders of several others. His killing spree began in July 1975, in which he used a hammer, knife and screwdriver to kill and then mutilate his victims.

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Mother was Yorkshire Ripper victim Irene Richardson

Postby admin » 01 Jul 2012, 15:24

A man has described his "shock" at discovering he is the son of one of the Yorkshire Ripper's victims. Geoff Beattie, 42, from St Helens in Merseyside, was adopted soon after he was born and made the discovery while searching for his birth mother. He was told his mother, Irene Richardson, was murdered in Leeds in 1977, but he later discovered she was one of Peter Sutcliffe's victims.

Mr Beattie said he was committed to finding out all he could about her.

Ms Richardson, 28, was working as a prostitute in Leeds at the time of her murder in February 1977 and was the third of Sutcliffe's victims. Sutcliffe, a lorry driver from Bradford, killed 13 women in the north of England throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s. He also attempted to murder seven other women before he was caught by police. He was given 20 life sentences in 1981 and was told in 2010 he would never be released from prison.

Mr Beattie made his discovery on the internet as he was trying to find his birth mother for medical reasons. He said he "couldn't believe" that his mother was one of the Ripper's victims. Not only had she been murdered, but to suddenly be associated with everything else that had gone on, I can't describe it. I was devastated," he said.

Following his discovery, Mr Beattie said he wanted to find out more about Ms Richardson, including a visit to Cowper Street, in the Chapeltown area of Leeds, where she once lived. "I'm never going to meet her and it's taken me a while to come to terms with everything that went on," he said. "But if I can build up a picture of her life and the person she was, that will complete that picture of her."

Mr Beattie said he hoped to speak to anyone who knew his mother while she was still alive. "I know there are people out there who will remember mum and have had good times with mum," he said. "I know there's more to her life than just those last couple of weeks, and certainly more to it than the end that everybody knows about.

"I want to know the person. I want to know my mum."

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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 19 Aug 2014, 23:17

Over the years I have attended umpteen debates on the abolition of capital punishment. In all of them the same argument invariably surfaces. Abolitionists would take a completely different view if it was their son, daughter, mother or father who had been brutally murdered.

Richard McCann begs to differ. Richard, now in his mid-40s, is the son of Wilma McCann. In the early hours of Thursday, 30 October 1975 she became the first victim of the Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper. Richard was five at the time and losing his mother in such tragic circumstances came close to destroying the rest of his life.
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It was as an adult that he picked himself up and is now one of the country's most successful professional inspirational speakers.

Thirty-five years later I met him at a public debate broadcast as part of BBC Radio Leeds' Crime and Justice Week. Richard told me that despite his loss at the hands of one of the country's most notorious serial killers, he could never support bringing back hanging.

"For me life should mean life as in a whole life sentence as in the case of my mum's killer," he said. Peter Sutcliffe is in prison and it is thought he will never be released. "But I 100% don't believe in capital punishment. If we go down that route then we are on the level of the killers."

As far as most voters are concerned he is probably in a minority. According to the latest opinion polls, over 60% of those questioned would like to see capital punishment reintroduced in the United Kingdom.

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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 19 Aug 2014, 23:17

The family of a woman who was murdered 40 years ago has called on police to investigate whether she was killed by the Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe. Gloria Booth was found dead in Stonefield Park, south Ruislip, in June 1971. She had been strangled.

Bill Pearson, Ms Booth's cousin, said the family had asked the Met Police to look into her death after a retired police constable investigated the case. The Met Police said it was reviewing the case and awaiting test results.

Peter Sutcliffe received 20 life sentences in 1981 for murdering 13 women and attempting to murder seven others. In 2010, the High Court ruled the former Bradford lorry driver would never be released from prison.

Retired police constable Chris Clark researched Ms Booth's murder, as well as the unsolved murders of six other women in London, who he believes may have been killed by Sutcliffe.

In Ms Booth's case, the way in which she was killed was similar to the Yorkshire Ripper's subsequent murders, Mr Clark said. The manner in which Ms Booth's body was mutilated also bore hallmarks of Sutcliffe. He said: "The pathologist had concluded that Gloria had been strangled possibly by a scarf as there were no burn marks around the neck. However, on his detailed examination underneath the skin, it produced a bruise either side of the Adam's apple and one on the side of the neck.

"When Sutcliffe was arrested, he was arrested with a 3ft (1m) nylon plaited rope, which was knotted at each end to afford grip and it had two knots in the middle, which would make a mechanical fit to the injuries sustained by Gloria."

Mr Clark also believes that Sutcliffe was in the area at the time of the attack as his girlfriend at the time was living in Alperton, west London.

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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 19 Aug 2014, 23:18

I've merged the topics about the Yorkshire Ripper
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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 18 Apr 2016, 20:51

Peter Sutcliffe, 69, has told a pal a voice in his head – supposedly the voice of God – urged him to murder to women in the visitor room at Broadmoor Hospital, where he is caged up.

The serial killer – who murdered 13 women and tried to kill seven others – has also threatened to stop taking his anti-psychotic medicine.

But some claim Sutcliffe is faking it – in a bid to avoid a move from to a regular prison. The Ripper is due to be moved out of the infamous secure hospital to Wakefield Prison after docs ruled he was sane. But the convicted killer has vowed to go on hunger strike if the move goes ahead.

Sutcliffe – who claims to be on so many pills he is like a “football rattle” – told mates he is “cracking up”.

The Sun reported him as saying: “It told me to attack, kill. That there were two prostitutes sat on the other side. Back to the old days.”

It costs £325,000 a year to keep Sutcliffe in Broadmoor – compared to only £26,000 at Wakefield.

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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 12 Aug 2016, 14:19

The Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe is to leave psychiatric hospital for a tougher regime at a high security prison after a mental health tribunal ruled that he is sane and can make the move. The 70-year-old serial killer has been in Broadmoor for 32 years for murdering 13 women and attempting to murder seven others between 1976 and 1981.

He is said to be reluctant to leave the high security psychiatric hospital in Berkshire, where he reportedly has a Freeview television and DVDs in his room. He is serving a whole life tariff, so will die in custody. Sutcliffe, a former lorry driver from Bradford, now calls himself Peter Coonan. Most of his victims were prostitutes who were mutilated and beaten to death.

The tribunal's decision will now be referred to the Ministry of Justice, and Liz Truss, the new Justice Secretary, is said to be prepared to approved the move.

The cost of keeping Sutcliffe in prison is expected to save £250,000 a year, as keeping an inmate at Broadmoor costs six times more than a high security prison. He has said in the past that he would go on hunger strike if he were made to move to a prison.

He has reportedly begun to say that he can hear a "voice from God" instructing him to kill prostitutes, a claim that he made in the past at his trial. However his brother, Carl Sutcliffe, 50, told the Daily Mail that he did not believe his brother had ever suffered from mental illness. Instead he had planned to "make out that he was mad and then he'd get an easy ride", he said.

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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby coventrypunter » 13 Aug 2016, 21:00

I hope he suffers a long painful lingering death
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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby triple h » 13 Nov 2016, 15:27

Yorkshire Ripper 'made calls to a BROTHEL' from jail after trying to call his niece

SERIAL killer Peter Sutcliffe laughed and joked about accidentally calling a brothel from HMP Frankland, County Durham, it has emerged.

The notorious killer – whose victims included sex workers – was trying to contact his niece using a number from an approved list.

Sutcliffe – who murdered 13 women between 1975 and 1980 – claims there was a blunder on the approved call list he was given by the prison.

The 70-year-old is said to have told a friend: "I kept getting this lady talking sexy, I realised it was a brothel.

"She told me, 'This is our number darling, and we accommodate anything you need'.

"I said, 'No that's my niece's number and told the woman her name'."

According to The Sun, he added: "She said, 'Sorry, she's not one of our girls', I laughed and said, 'I should flipping well hope not!'"

The killer was previously banged-up in Broadmoor, where he had his calls dialled for him by prison staff.

A source said: "Sutcliffe was quite annoyed, then he laughed and joked about the mix up."

Neil Jackson, son of one of Sutcliffe's victims Emily Jackson said: "It's not funny, he should not be allowed to ring anyone."
The Ministry of Justice has denied there had been a calls list mix-up.

The twisted killer was moved to Frankland Prison in August following a 32-year stint in the notorious psychiatric hospital.

Sutcliffe previously boasted to other inmates that he was allowed to call his friends directly on the phone.

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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 14 Nov 2016, 20:16

Thanks for posting that H
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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 26 Feb 2017, 18:04

The Yorkshire Ripper has had a chilling jail run-in with Ian Huntley.

Mass killer Peter Sutcliffe called the Soham beast a “child killing b*****d” in the face to face flare-up.

The Ripper also told 42-year-old ­Huntley to “p*** off” during the ­altercation at their Category A jail.

The astonishing bust-up was revealed by Sutcliffe’s brother Carl.

He said: “Peter thinks he’s a higher class of killer than Huntley, but a ­murderer is a murderer in my eyes.”

Huntley is serving two life terms at HMP Frankland for murdering 10-year-olds Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Soham, Cambs, in 2002.

Sutcliffe, caught in 1981 after slaughtering 13 women, was moved to the jail from Broadmoor psychiatric hospital last year after a ruling that he was sane.

Dismissing rumours the two killers had become pals, Carl, 56, said: “He doesn’t like Huntley at all. Peter’s always been good with kids and he must think killing two children is worse than 13 women. But it doesn’t make sense to me.”

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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby tor escort » 26 Feb 2017, 18:52

Put them in a cell together and see who walks out, if anybody..
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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby admin » 26 Feb 2017, 18:56

Russia runs their prisons along those lines.
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Re: Surviving Peter Sutcliffe

Postby tor escort » 26 Feb 2017, 19:05

admin wrote:Russia runs their prisons along those lines.


Maybe we should adopt those ideas.

Peado's and child killers mixed with murderers, no holds barred...
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