Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File)
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Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) William Sutcliffe born 2 Junealso known as Peter William Coonanis a prolific English serial killer who was dubbed the " Yorkshire Ripper " by the press. On 22 MaySutcliffe was convicted of murdering thirteen women Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) attempting to murder seven others.
He is serving 20 concurrent sentences of life imprisonmentwhich was increased to a whole life order in All except two of his murders took place in West Yorkshire ; the others were in Manchester. Sutcliffe initially attacked women and girls in residential areas, but appears to have moved to red light districts because he was attracted by the vulnerability of prostitutes.
He carried out murders over five years, including women who were not prostitutes. He confessed to being the perpetrator, saying that the voice of God had sent him on a mission to kill prostitutes.
At his trial, Sutcliffe pleaded not guilty to murder on grounds of diminished responsibilitybut he was convicted of murder on a majority verdict.
Following his conviction, Sutcliffe began using his mother's maiden name of Coonan. Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) Yorkshire Police were criticised for their failure to catch Sutcliffe despite having interviewed him nine times in the course of their five-year investigation.
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 Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) to be from the "Ripper". Following Sutcliffe's conviction, the government ordered a review of the investigation, conducted by Lawrence Byfordknown as the "Byford Report".
The findings were made fully public in and confirmed the validity of the criticism against the force. The report led to changes to investigative procedures which were adopted across UK police forces. Sutcliffe was transferred from prison to a high-security psychiatric hospital in March after being diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.
In AugustYorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) was ruled that Sutcliffe was mentally fit to be returned to prison, and he was transferred that month to HM Prison Frankland in Durham. Sutcliffe was born in Bingley in the West Riding of Yorkshire to a working-class family.
He left this position when he was asked to go on the road as a salesman. Clark Holdings Ltd. 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. Sutcliffe met Sonia Szurma on 14 February ; they married on 10 August She suffered several miscarriages and they were informed that she would not be able to have children.
She resumed a teacher training course, during which time she had an affair with Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) ice-cream van driver. When she completed the course in and began teaching, she and Sutcliffe used her salary to buy a house in HeatonBradfordwhich they moved into on 26 Septemberand where they lived at the time of Sutcliffe's arrest.
Through his childhood and his early adolescence, Sutcliffe showed no signs of abnormality. Later, in part related to his occupation as a gravedigger, he developed an unhealthy, macabre sense of humour. In his late adolescence, he developed a growing obsession with voyeurism and spent much time spying on prostitutes and the men seeking their services.
Sutcliffe assaulted a prostitute he had met while searching for a woman who had tricked him out of money. When he returned, he was out of breath, as if he had been Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File). He told Birdsall Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) drive off quickly.
Sutcliffe said he had followed a prostitute into a garage and hit her over the head with a stone in a sock. According to his statement, Sutcliffe said, "I Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) out of the car, went across the road and hit her.
The force of the impact tore the toe off the sock and whatever was in it came out. I went back to the Gdzie teraz są?
- Złodzieje Rowerów - Rozproszenie (Koncert pożegnalny) and got in it". Police visited his home the next day, as the woman he had attacked had noted Birdsall's vehicle registration plate. Sutcliffe admitted he had hit her, but claimed it was with his hand. The police told him he was "very lucky", as the woman did not want anything more to do with the incident — she was a known prostitute, and her husband was serving a jail term for assault. Sutcliffe committed his second assault on the night of 5 July in Keighley.
He attacked Anna Rogulskyj, who was walking alone, striking her unconscious with a ball-peen hammer and slashing her stomach with a knife. Disturbed by a neighbour, he left without killing her. Rogulskyj survived after extensive medical intervention but was psychologically traumatised by the attack. Sutcliffe attacked Olive Smelt in Halifax in August. Employing the same modus operandihe struck her from behind and used a knife to slash her, this time above her buttocks.
Again he was interrupted, and left his victim badly injured but alive. Like Rogulskyj, Smelt suffered from emotional and mental health problems, including clinical depression. He struck her from behind and hit her on Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) head five times while she was walking along a country lane. He ran off when he saw the lights of a passing car, leaving his victim requiring brain surgery.
Sutcliffe was not convicted of the attack, but confessed to it in McCann, from Scott Hall in Leedswas a mother of four. Sutcliffe struck her twice with a hammer before stabbing her 15 times Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) the neck, chest and abdomen.
An extensive inquiry, involving police officers and 11, interviews, failed to find the culprit. One of McCann's daughters died by suicide in Decemberreportedly after suffering years of depression over her mother's death. Sutcliffe committed his next murder in Leeds in Januarywhen he stabbed year-old Emily Jackson 52 times.
In dire financial straits, Jackson had been using the family van to exchange sexual favours for money. Sutcliffe picked up Jackson who was soliciting Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) the Gaiety pub on Roundhay Road, he then drove about half a mile to some derelict buildings on Enfield Terrace in the Manor Industrial Estate. Sutcliffe stamped on her thigh, leaving behind an impression of his boot. Walking home from a party, she accepted an offer of a lift from Sutcliffe. When she got out of the car to urinate, Sutcliffe hit her from behind with a hammer.
She was left alive and testified against Sutcliffe at his trial. Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) the time of this attack, Claxton had been four months pregnant, and subsequently suffered a miscarriage. Richardson was bludgeoned to death with a hammer. Once she was dead, he mutilated her corpse with a knife.
Tyre tracks left near the murder scene resulted in a long list of possible suspect vehicles. Two months later, on 23 April, Sutcliffe killed Patricia "Tina" Atkinson, a sex worker from Bradford, in her flat, where police found a bootprint on the bedclothes. She was not a sex worker and, in the public perception, showed that all women were potential victims.
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A witness misidentified the make of his car. More than police officers collected 12, statements and checked thousands of cars, without success. After hosting a family party at his new home, he returned to the wasteland behind Manchester's Southern Cemeterywhere he had left the body, to retrieve the note.
Unable to find it, he mutilated Jordan's corpse and moved it. On 9 October, Jordan's body was discovered by local dairy worker and future actor Bruce Jones who had an allotment on land adjoining the site where the body was found and was searching for house bricks when he made the discovery. Police analysis of bank operations allowed them to narrow their field of inquiry to 8, employees who could have received it in Head Like A Hole - Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine wage packet.
Over three months the police interviewed 5, men, including Sutcliffe. The police found that the alibi given for Sutcliffe's whereabouts was credible; he had indeed spent much of the Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) of the killing at Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) family party. She survived and provided police with a description of her attacker. Tyre tracks found at the scene matched those from an earlier attack. Although Sutcliffe was interviewed about it, he was not investigated further he was contacted and disregarded by the Ripper Squad on several further occasions.
That month, Sutcliffe killed again. His victim was Yvonne Pearson, a year-old prostitute from Bradford. He repeatedly bludgeoned her about the head with a ball-peen hammer then jumped on her chest before stuffing horse-hair into her mouth from a discarded sofa under which he hid her body near Lumb Lane.
Ten days later, he killed Helen Rytka, an year-old sex worker from Huddersfield. Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) struck Rytka on the head five times as she exited his vehicle, before stripping most of the clothes from her body although her bra and polo-neck jumper were positioned above her breastsbefore repeatedly stabbing her in the chest. Her body was found three days later beneath railway arches in the timber-yard to which he had driven her.
On 4 AprilSutcliffe killed Josephine Whitaker, a year-old building society clerk whom he attacked on Savile Carolyn - Side Show - Side Show Moor in Halifax as she was walking home. Despite forensic evidence, police efforts were diverted for several months following receipt of a taped message purporting to be from the murderer taunting Assistant Chief Constable George Oldfieldwho was leading the investigation.
The tape contained a man's voice saying "I'm Jack. I see you're having no luck catching me. I have the greatest respect for you, George, but Lord, you're no nearer catching me now than four years ago when I started.
Based on the recorded message, police began searching for a man with a Wearside accent, which linguists narrowed down to the Castletown area of Sunderland. The hoaxer, dubbed " Wearside Jack ", sent two letters to police and The Daily Mirror in March boasting of his crimes. The letters, signed " Jack the Ripper ", claimed responsibility for the murder of year-old Joan Harrison in Preston in November At the time, police mistakenly believed that the Preston murder was not public knowledge.
The hoaxer case was re-opened inand DNA taken from envelopes was entered into the national database. On 20 OctoberJohn Samuel Humble, an unemployed alcoholic and long-time resident of the Ford Estate in Sunderland — a few miles from Castletown — was charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice for sending the hoax letters and tape.
Humble, whose DNA had been taken following a drunk and disorderly offence inwas remanded in custody and on 21 March was convicted and sentenced to eight years in prison.
Her body was dumped at the rear of 13 Ashgrove under a pile of bricks, close to the university and her lodgings. It was Yorkshire Ripper - Higher (File) 16th attack. The murder of a woman who was not a sex worker again alarmed the public and prompted an expensive publicity campaign emphasising the Wearside connection. Despite the false lead, Sutcliffe was interviewed on at least two other occasions in
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