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Crime File: The Yorkshire Ripper

John Stanley

According to medical evidence presented to Britain’s High Court in 2012, Peter Sutcliffe, aka the Yorkshire Ripper, murderer of 13 women and now aged 66, was wrongly convicted of his crimes in 1981 as he was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the murders and would be safe to be released now that his recommended non-parole period of 30 years fell due in January two years earlier.

Having done 32 years for his crimes and with no possibility of ever being released, despite the best efforts of his psychiatrists, after being sick in recent times with a heart attack and diabetes, Sutcliffe contracted the coronavirus two weeks ago and after refusing any treatment died from it last Friday.

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