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#985613 - 4th Oct 2015 2:31pm Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public
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Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public for first time in 34 years

Peter Sutcliffe – aka the Yorkshire Ripper – has been seen out in public for the first time in 34 years.
Five security guards escorted the serial killer to Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, where he was getting treatment for his loss of sight.
Witnesses said they were ‘shocked’ to see the killer walking around, not handcuffed and seemingly having a nice time.
‘Sutcliffe looked really calm and quite happy,’ one man told The Sun. ‘It was a beautiful sunny day and he looked like an old man strolling to his allotment or something.


Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2015/10/04/yorkshire-ripper-spotted-in-public-for-first-time-in-34-years-5420418
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#985648 - 4th Oct 2015 7:51pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: Mark]
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Amazes me , these evil people seem to live long lives in prison. Soppose that's because they have no stress and worries about life. Talk about the devil looks after his own he should have been got rid of long ago like the other thing Brady. Oxygen thieves!!

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#985668 - 4th Oct 2015 9:20pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: cools]
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Amazes me , these evil people seem to live long lives in prison. Soppose that's because they have no stress and worries about life. Talk about the devil looks after his own he should have been got rid of long ago like the other thing Brady. Oxygen thieves!!


Prison life could actually be seen as a slow form of (punishment) torture--execution too quick but maybe more more merciful than being banged up for life.

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#985669 - 4th Oct 2015 9:25pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: Mark]
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I'd rather they were gone Fish, let them serve their sentence in Hell where they belong..

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#986093 - 7th Oct 2015 11:21pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: cools]
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I'd rather they were gone Fish, let them serve their sentence in Hell where they belong..


I Know what you mean--but if one has a belief in a place of torment called Hell then it might also be useful to know the qualifications for going there.

According to the book where Hell is described--offences with Hell as punishment: not just murder


1 Corinthians 6 v 9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,

10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

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#986095 - 7th Oct 2015 11:51pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: fish5133]
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Fish, it's interesting to try and understand how and why many prisoners turn to religion. I've often wondered if it is because of the guilt they carry, or if they spend so much time on their own as if in a ' lost' state and come to a realisation from going deep within themselves.
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#986096 - 8th Oct 2015 12:27am Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: granny]
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Fish, it's interesting to try and understand how and why many prisoners turn to religion. I've often wondered if it is because of the guilt they carry, or if they spend so much time on their own as if in a ' lost' state and come to a realisation from going deep within themselves.


Or if its a "positive" for the parole board!
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#986251 - 8th Oct 2015 9:18pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: diggingdeeper]
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#986257 - 8th Oct 2015 10:02pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: granny]
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Fish, it's interesting to try and understand how and why many prisoners turn to religion. I've often wondered if it is because of the guilt they carry, or if they spend so much time on their own as if in a ' lost' state and come to a realisation from going deep within themselves.


Certainly from a Christian perspective Jesus did say he came to seek and save those who are lost and also that he asks for people to put their burdens onto him--guilt being one of them. It also speaks about the Spirit of truth coming and convicting them about their sin. I think it is probably at that point (speaking from experience) when a person realises they are "sick" that they look for the physician with the cure. I know many just see that as a cop out from responsibility but even in human relationships when you erring child says sorry it helps restore the broken relationship and i would like to think the same applies in a spiritual sense as well

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#986258 - 8th Oct 2015 10:32pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: cools]
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I'd rather they were gone Fish, let them serve their sentence in Hell where they belong..


Agreed.

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#986265 - 8th Oct 2015 11:56pm Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: Mark]
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What about forgiveness ? Forgive me for wishing them dead. You can quote the bible until the cows come home, but where are god and Jesus when the innocents are suffering ? No doubt you will come back with answers that you truly believe. I have seen many a time on church notice boards The Lord will protect you, well that must be unless you are unluckly enough to get him on his day off. End of sermon.

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#986284 - 9th Oct 2015 9:49am Re: Yorkshire Ripper spotted in public [Re: fish5133]
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Originally Posted By: granny
Fish, it's interesting to try and understand how and why many prisoners turn to religion. I've often wondered if it is because of the guilt they carry, or if they spend so much time on their own as if in a ' lost' state and come to a realisation from going deep within themselves.


Certainly from a Christian perspective Jesus did say he came to seek and save those who are lost and also that he asks for people to put their burdens onto him--guilt being one of them. It also speaks about the Spirit of truth coming and convicting them about their sin. I think it is probably at that point (speaking from experience) when a person realises they are "sick" that they look for the physician with the cure. I know many just see that as a cop out from responsibility but even in human relationships when you erring child says sorry it helps restore the broken relationship and i would like to think the same applies in a spiritual sense as well


That does make perfect sense Fish. As Rude says, many lifers go down that path.

Dilly, If you hope to visit someone, normally you would knock at their front door to get an answer. If you don't, then you won't.
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