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    ], In April 1980, Sutcliffe was arrested for drunk driving. This website contains information about a number of murderers - click on the country they murdered in to get a full list for that country. 2. The child killer Robert Black, who was convicted of the murders of four children from across the UK in the 1980s, dies in prison aged 68. Last edited on 17 April 2020, at 00:57. Sutcliffe struck the back of her skull twice with a hammer, then inflicted "a stab wound to the throat; two stab wounds below the right breast; three stab wounds below the right breast and a series of nine stab wounds around the umbilicus". George Chapman (murderer) Peter Chapman (murderer) Peter Chester; John Childs (murderer) Learco Chindamo; John Christie (murderer) Terry Clark (drug smuggler) John Cooper (serial killer) David Copeland; James Corbitt; Will Cornick; Mary Ann Cotton; Graham Coutts; Thomas Neill Cream; Dale Cregan; Hawley Harvey Crippen; Crumbles murders; Gordon Cummins While at Parkhurst he was seriously assaulted by James Costello, a 35-year-old career criminal with several convictions for violence. [26] On 27 August, Sutcliffe attacked 14-year-old Tracy Browne in Silsden. If you've got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us celebtips@metro.co.uk, … Rogulskyj survived after neurological surgery at Leeds General Infirmary but was psychologically traumatised by the attack. A police check by probationary constable Robert Hydes revealed Sutcliffe's car had false number plates and he was arrested and transferred to Dewsbury Police Station. While it should have been the effective nerve centre of the whole police operation, the backlog of unprocessed information resulted in the failure to connect vital pieces of related information. [99] The appeal was rejected on 14 January 2011. [78] In 1969, Sutcliffe, described in the Byford Report as an "otherwise unremarkable young man", came to the notice of police on two occasions over incidents with prostitutes. Fontaine.Del.jpg 199 × 300; 16 KB. Straw responded that whilst the matter of Sutcliffe's release was a parole board matter, "that all the evidence that I have seen on this case, and it's a great deal, suggests to me that there are no circumstances in which this man will be released".[92]. [10] She required extensive, multiple brain operations and suffered from intermittent blackouts and chronic depression. 0 0. Because of the sensational nature of the case, the police handled an exceptional amount of information, some of it misleading (including the Wearside Jack hoax recorded message and letters purporting to be from the "Ripper"). [43] Sutcliffe said of Rytka while in police custody in 1981: "I had the urge to kill any woman. [citation needed], The hoaxer case was re-opened in 2005, and DNA taken from envelopes was entered into the national database, in which it matched that of John Samuel Humble, an unemployed alcoholic and long-time resident of the Ford Estate in Sunderland – a few miles from Castletown – whose DNA had been taken following a drunk and disorderly offence in 2001. [citation needed] Supt. In that episode, Sutcliffe is played by Joseph Mawle. He was interrupted and fled, leaving her for dead. [15], Sutcliffe's 13 known murder victims were Wilma McCann (Leeds 1975), Emily Jackson (Leeds 1976), Irene Richardson (Leeds 1977), Patricia "Tina" Atkinson (Bradford 1977), Jayne MacDonald (Leeds 1977), Jean Jordan (Manchester 1977), Yvonne Pearson (Bradford 1978), Helen Rytka (Huddersfield 1978), Vera Millward (Manchester 1978), Josephine Whitaker (Halifax 1979), Barbara Leach (Bradford 1979), Marguerite Walls (Leeds 1980) and Jacqueline Hill (Leeds 1980). Following Sutcliffe's conviction, the government ordered a review of the investigation, conducted by the Inspector of Constabulary Lawrence Byford, known as the "Byford Report". [101], In December 2015, Sutcliffe was assessed as being "no longer mentally ill". The GP is the UK’s most prolific convicted serial killer. [70], In response to the police reaction to the murders, the Leeds Revolutionary Feminist Group organised a number of 'Reclaim the Night' marches. When she got out of the car to urinate, he hit her from behind with a hammer. A man wrongly convicted of murder has been freed after 28 years in prison after new DNA evidence emerged which cast doubt on his guilt. Duffy went on trial in February 1988 and was convicted of two murders and four rapes, although he was acquitted of raping and killing Anne Lock (Lock's body had not been found until weeks after her murder, meaning DNA evidence could not be found on her body). The group and other feminists had criticised the police for victim-blaming, especially the suggestion that women should remain indoors at night. Over three months the police interviewed 5,000 men, including Sutcliffe. THE figures are shocking: nearly 400 children have been convicted of murder in the UK in the last two decades. Dennis Nilsen became known as the Muswell Hill Murderer and is one of Britain’s most infamous serial killers. The findings were made fully public in 2006 and confirmed the validity of the criticism against the force. 11. Later, in part related to his occupation as a gravedigger, he developed a macabre sense of humour. [87] In 2003, it was reported that Sutcliffe had developed diabetes. He ran off when he saw the lights of a passing car, leaving his victim requiring brain surgery. In August 2016, it was ruled that Sutcliffe was mentally fit to be returned to prison, and he was transferred that month to HM Prison Frankland in Durham. In the series she questions whether the attitude of both the police and society towards women prevented Sutcliffe from being caught sooner. He was given a minimum tariff of 30 years by the judge, later extended to a whole life tariff by the Home Secretary. Convicted murderer, Ayres, stabbed a mother of one to death at the home of a friend in Essex in 2015. Dick Holland (later the Ripper Squad's second in command) that her attacker had a Yorkshire accent, but this information was ignored, as was the fact that neither she nor Rogulskij were in towns with a red light area. Eleven marches in various towns across the United Kingdom took place on the night of 12 November 1977. [83][self-published source? Britain United States of America Europe South America Russia [79][81][page needed] The report said that it was clear Sutcliffe had on at least one occasion attacked a Bradford prostitute with a cosh. On 10 January 1983, he followed Sutcliffe into the recess of F2, the hospital wing at Parkhurst, and plunged a broken coffee jar twice into the left side of Sutcliffe's face, creating four wounds requiring thirty stitches. 1999 Dec 29 – Babatunde Oba, 23, trainee manager for hire firm HSS, was stabbed at the Broadway Boulevard Club in Ealing. In his role as National Military Council chairman, he was Suriname's de facto leader for much of the 1980s. You have made your point. Whilst in school they were once excluded after being found laughing and covered in blood, following their bludgeoning a hedgehog. The sections "Description of suspects, photofits and other assaults" and parts of the section on Sutcliffe's "immediate associates" were not disclosed by the Home Office. Unable to find it, he mutilated Jordan's corpse and moved it. The first national DNA database was established in the UK in 1995. [42], Ten days later, he killed Helen Rytka, an 18-year-old prostitute from Huddersfield. We'll explore big trends (drug cartels), sensational cases ("The Preppy Killer"), the decade's most lethal and infamous serial killers (The Night Stalker, The Grim Sleeper) and more. At his trial, Sutcliffe pleaded not guilty to murder on grounds of diminished responsibility, but he was convicted of murder on a majority verdict. [37] In a confession, Sutcliffe said he had realised the new £5 note he had given her was traceable. I hasten to add that I feel sure that the senior police officers in the areas concerned are also mindful of this possibility but, in order to ensure full account is taken of all the information available, I have arranged for an effective liaison to take place.[81]. Supt. He was killed in 1994 by a fellow prison inmate. They are known as the "Railway Rapists" and the "Railway Killers". On June 16, 1944, the United States set a record when they executed George Stinney (14 years old), the youngest person to be legally executed in the US during the twentieth century. It resulted in Sutcliffe being at liberty for more than a month when he might conceivably have been in custody. [6] This drew condemnation from the English Collective of Prostitutes (ECP), who protested outside the Old Bailey. The sexual implications of this outfit were considered obvious, but it was not made public until the 2003 publication of the book, Wicked Beyond Belief: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper, by Michael Bilton. There had been no previous use in Britain of "psychological offender profiling" as it was known, but something fresh was required as two women and a child had been murdered and numerous others raped, with little progress being made. [61][self-published source? Couple convicted of grisly 1980s murders get surprise release from prison before being deported. [4] This heralded the first multi-police force murder enquiry (Operation Trinity) since the badly executed Yorkshire Ripper enquiry. Her body was dumped at the rear of 13 Ashgrove under a pile of bricks, close to the university and her lodgings. [20][74][75] Jim Hobson, a senior West Yorkshire detective, told a press conference in October 1979 the perpetrator, "has made it clear that he hates prostitutes. Mulcahy was released for lack of evidence. He recommended a minimum term of thirty years to be served before parole could be considered, meaning Sutcliffe would have been unlikely to be freed until at least 2011. [18], He is also known to have attacked ten other women: [19] a woman of unknown name (Bradford 1969), Anna Rogulskyj (Keighley 1975), Olive Smelt (Halifax 1975), Tracy Browne (Silsden 1975), Marcella Claxton (Leeds 1976), Maureen Long (Bradford 1977) Marilyn Moore (Leeds 1977), Upadhya Bandara (Leeds 1980), Maureen (or Mo) Lea (Bradford 1980)[20] and Theresa Sykes (Huddersfield 1980). Sutcliffe was accompanied by four members of the hospital staff. [115] The third book (and second episodic television adaptation) in David Peace's Red Riding series is set against the backdrop of the Ripper investigation. The sleeves had been pulled over his legs and the V-neck exposed his genital area. Once she was dead, Sutcliffe mutilated her corpse with a knife. His was one of the largest and most expensive manhunts in British history, and West Yorkshire Police were criticised for their failure to catch Sutcliffe despite having interviewed him nine times in the course of their five-year investigation. On 25 November 1980, Birdsall sent an anonymous letter to police, the text of which ran as follows: I have good reason to now [sic] the man you are looking for in the Ripper case. Favourite answer. I went back to the car and got in it". This included interviews with some of the victims, their family, police and journalists who covered the case by filmmaker Liza Williams. For other people named Peter Sutcliffe, see. Following his conviction, Duffy revealed to a forensic psychologist what the police knew already: that he had not attacked the women alone. The decision to allow the temporary release was initiated by David Blunkett and ratified by Charles Clarke when he became Home Secretary. This inquiry also looked at the killings of two prostitutes in southern Sweden in 1980. Although broadcast over two weeks, two episodes were shown consecutively each week. He attacked Anna Rogulskyj, who was walking alone, striking her unconscious with a ball-pein hammer and slashing her stomach with a knife. Kevin Dennis, 23, from Hackney, and his brothers Carl and… Sue MacGregor discussed the investigation with John Domaille, who later became assistant chief constable of West Yorkshire Police; Andy Laptew, who was a junior detective who interviewed Sutcliffe; Elaine Benson, who worked in the incident room and interviewed suspects; David Zackrisson, who investigated the "Wearside Jack" tape and letters in Sunderland; and Christa Ackroyd, a local journalist in Halifax. What is needed is an officer of sound professional competence who will inspire confidence and loyalty". Peter Sutcliffe The Yorkshire Ripper murdered 13 … [52][self-published source?] Even more attacks occurred during 1984, and then three women were raped, on the same night, in 1985 in Hendon. Harrison's murder had been linked to the Ripper killings by the "Wearside Jack" claim, but in 2011, DNA evidence revealed the crime had actually been committed by convicted sex offender Christopher Smith, who had died in 2008. At the time of this attack, Claxton had been four months pregnant and subsequently miscarried her baby. It was his sixteenth attack. ], On 4 April 1979, Sutcliffe killed Josephine Whitaker, a 19-year-old building society clerk whom he attacked on Savile Park Moor in Halifax as she was walking home. George was convicted of the murder of two girls named Betty June Binnicker (11) and Mary Emma Thames (8) who were both found in a muddy hole. Aside from difficulties in storing and accessing the paperwork (the floor of the incident room was reinforced to cope with the weight of the paper), it was difficult for officers to overcome the information overload of such a large manual system. [48][self-published source? Sutcliffe said he had followed a prostitute into a garage and hit her over the head with a stone in a sock. This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper, a British television crime drama miniseries, first shown on ITV from 26 January to 2 February 2000 is a dramatisation of the real-life investigation into the murders, showing the effect that it had on the health and career of Assistant Chief Constable George Oldfield (Alun Armstrong). West Yorkshire Police later stated that they were "absolutely certain" that Sutcliffe had never been in Sweden. Information on suspects was stored on handwritten index cards. The "Wearside Jack" hoaxer was given unusual credibility when analysis of saliva on the envelopes he sent showed he had the same blood group as Sutcliffe had left at crime scenes, a type shared by only 6% of the population. [54][55], Sutcliffe pleaded guilty to seven charges of attempted murder. [13], Sutcliffe, by some reports, used prostitutes as a young man, and it has been speculated that he had a bad experience during which he was conned out of money by a prostitute and her pimp. [74], The Attorney General, Sir Michael Havers QC, at the trial in 1981 said of Sutcliffe's victims in his opening statement: "Some were prostitutes, but perhaps the saddest part of the case is that some were not. Walking home from a party, she accepted an offer of a lift from Sutcliffe. I sometimes wish I had died in the attack. Surrey Police set up Operation Bluebell. [79], We feel it is highly improbable that the crimes in respect of which Sutcliffe has been charged and convicted are the only ones attributable to him. An application by Sutcliffe for a minimum term to be set, offering the possibility of parole after that date if it is thought safe to release him, was heard by the High Court of Justice on 16 July 2010. Rodney Alcala is a convicted rapist, torturer and serial killer who evaded justice for 40 years. The Byford Report's major findings were contained in a summary published by the Home Secretary, William Whitelaw, the first time precise details of the bungled police investigation had been disclosed. [112], A three part series of one hour episodes, The Yorkshire Ripper Files: A Very British Crime Story aired on BBC Four in March 2019. The ‘Report of the Royal Commission on Assizes and Quarter Sessions’ (Sessional Papers, House of Commons, Cmnd 4153, 1966-69, XXVIII, 433) was published in 1969. Matthew Ehret - February 15, 2020. 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