Yorkshire Ripper should not have been chained up as he lay dying and should have been able to speak to ex-wife Sonia, prison watchdog says of serial killer who murdered 13 women and tried to kill seven more
Peter Sutcliffe murdered 13 women and tried to take the lives of seven more in a six-year killing spree
The Yorkshire Ripper should not have been kept in chains and should have been able to call him ex-wife as he lay dying, a prison watchdog has said.
ピーターサトクリフ, who murdered 13 women and tried to take the lives of seven more in a six-year killing spree, died at HMP Frankland from a combination of COVID-19 and heart disease in November 2020.
The Ripper had refused hospital treatment, telling staff there was ‘no point’ in ‘to-ing and fro-ing’ between prison and medical facilities, an ombudsman report has revealed.
サトクリフ, who was blind and used a wheelchair, で有罪判決を受けた 1981 and spent three decades at the high-security psychiatric hospital Broadmoor Hospital before being moved to HMP Frankland in 2016.
Prison ombudsman Sue McAllister raised concerns that Sutcliffe had an eight hour wait for secure transport back to the prison after being discharged from hospital.
She also criticised the use of restraints on him – and a delay by staff in removing them when instructed to do so.
The report also found that Sutcliffe, who went by the name Peter Coonan, was not able to call his next of kin – 彼の元妻ソニア – before he died.
The report states: ‘Although most of the prison’s liaison with Mr Coonan’s next of kin was of a good standard, we are disappointed that he could not talk directly with his next of kin when he was dying and that prison staff had to act as messengers for their personal messages.’
Ms McAllister recommended the prison governor should ensure staff allow a dying prisoner direct contact with their next of kin or family member via mobile phone.
The report found that on October 28, 2020, he was sent to hospital after a scan found problems in his heart and he was fitted with a pacemaker and discharged.
Peter Sutcliffe is taken to Frimley Park Hospital from Broadmoor Hospital for eye blindness treatment, Frimley, サリー, 9月 2015
The report also found that Sutcliffe, who went by the name Peter Coonan, was not able to call his next of kin – 彼の元妻ソニア, 上の写真 2020 – before he died
A policeman stands guard outside Sutcliffe’s home in Heaton, ウェストヨークシャー, after he had eventually been apprehended. Sonia still lives in the home she shared with her ex-husband Peter in Bradford, ウェストヨークシャー, while he murdered his victims
Sutcliffe tested positive for Covid-19 at prison on November 4 and spent more time in hospital on November 8 そして 9 due to concerns about low oxygen in his blood.
He was vomiting and also had diarrhoea, but on both occasions he was discharged after is condition improved.
Could the Ripper have killed more victims?
A report completed shortly after he was given 20 life sentences found that Peter Sutcliffe could have been responsible for a further 13 offences.
And he said he was questioned in prison about 16 unsolved cases – although no further charges were ever brought.
ウェストヨークシャー警察は、サトクリフに関連する歴史的事件をレビューしました 1982 Byfordレポートと確認済み 2016 警官が報告書に記載されている少数の人々を訪問したこと, しかし後で、彼らは彼にさらなる問題を請求する計画はないと発表しました.
レポート, 欠陥のあるリッパー調査についてローレンス・バイフォード卿によって書かれました, で完成しました 1982 しかし、でのみ公開されました 2006.
「説明のつかない落ち着きがあった」と書かれていました’ サトクリフの犯罪活動 1969, 彼が最初に警察の注意を引いたとき, そして最初の公式に認められたリッパー暴行 1975.
に 2017, Sutcliffe wrote a letter to ITV News Calendar presenter Christine Talbot, in which he said he had never attacked or murdered any men.
11月 10, Sutcliffe was asked if he wanted moving back to hospital but told staff ‘there’s no point as all the toing and froing isn’t helping him or doctors’.
But the prison GP spoke with a hospital consultant and agreed that he should be moved there as his kidney function had deteriorated.
He was moved to hospital and the heads of security and operations and healthcare staff at the prison agreed restraints wouldn’t be required due to his condition.
But the on-call manager of the Long-Term and High Security Estate Group rejected this and ordered an escort chain be used.
Ms McAllister wrote: ‘We are concerned that healthcare staff did not include crucial information about Mr Coonan’s medical condition in the escort risk assessment, which meant that the authorising managers in the Category A Team were unable to make informed decisions on whether it was justified to restrain him.
‘We are also concerned that when hospital doctors were giving Mr Coonan end of life care, the decision to remove Mr Coonan’s restraints took too long and that escorting officers did not remove the restraints promptly after an authorising manager gave verbal permission to do so.’
Sutcliffe’s killing spree began in October 1975 with 28-year-old mother-of-four Wilma McCann, who was hit with a hammer and stabbed 15 タイムズ.
He was interviewed nine times during the course of a huge investigation but continued to avoid arrest and was able to carry on killing.
Over the next five years, Sutcliffe claimed the lives of 12 more innocent women before finally being apprehended by police in Sheffield for driving with false number plates.
彼は有罪判決を受けました 1981 and spent three decades at the high-security psychiatric hospital Broadmoor Hospital before being moved to HMP Frankland in 2016.
サトクリフ, a former lorry driver from Bradford, ウェストヨークシャー, is said to have refused treatment for Covid-19 and to have also been dealing with several other health problems.
On the day of his death, West Yorkshire Police apologised for the ‘language, tone and terminology’ used in the 1970s to describe some of the killer’s victims.
サトクリフ, ブラッドフォードに住んでいた人, ウェストヨークシャー, 彼は「神からの使命」にあると信じていました’ 売春婦を殺すために, 彼の犠牲者全員がそうではなかったが.
彼の他の犠牲者, 間で老化 16 そして 47, 2人の大学生が含まれています, 公務員, 銀行員とスーパーマーケットの労働者.
夏 1975: ピーター・サトクリフが女性を攻撃し始める, Keighleyに2つ、Halifaxに1つ. 3つすべてが生き残り、警察は攻撃をリンクしません.
30 10月 1975: サトクリフはウィルマ・マッキャンに彼の最初の致命的な攻撃を実行します, リーズのチャペルタウン地区に住む28歳の売春婦.
20 1月 1976: 彼はエミリージャクソンを殺害します, 42, リーズから, ハンマーで彼女を叩き、ドライバーで彼女を刺します.
5 2月 1977: 彼はアイリーンリチャードソンを殺します, 28, リーズからの別の売春婦.
23 4月 1977: サトクリフは故郷のブラッドフォードで初めてストライキを行う, 32歳のパトリシア・アトキンソンを殺害.
26 六月 1977: サトクリフがジェイン・マクドナルドを殺害した後、事件は全国的な報道機関の注目を集めました, 16歳の店員. 殺人, そして、連続殺人犯がヨークシャーで緩んでいるという認識, 国に衝撃を与える.
攻撃者はマスコミによってヨークシャーリッパーと呼ばれています, そしてウェストヨークシャーの巡査長ロナルドグレゴリーは彼の最も上級の探偵を任命します, アシスタントチーフコンスタブルジョージオールドフィールド, 殺人事件を調査する.
1 10月 1977: サトクリフは次の攻撃にマンチェスターを選ぶ – ジャン・ジョーダン, 20. 彼は彼女の体を市民農園に捨て、彼女のバッグを投げます, 彼が彼女に与えた真新しい5ポンド紙幣を含む, 近くの低木に.
21 1月から 16 五月 1978: サトクリフは3人の売春婦を殺害します – イボンヌピアソン, 21, ブラッドフォードから; ヘレン・リトカ, 18, ハダーズフィールドから, マンチェスター出身の40歳のVeraMillward.
4 4月 1979: サトクリフがハリファックス建築協会の事務員ジョセフィン・ウィテカーを殺害, 19.
六月 1979: 切り裂きジャックと名乗る男が警察にテープを送る, サンダーランドから一連の手書きの手紙をすでに送っている人. アシスタントチーフコンスタブルオールドフィールドは、これらがリッパーの仕事であると誤って判断しました. ウェアサイドジャック, 彼が知られるようになると, 音声の専門家によってサンダーランドのキャッスルタウン地区に特定されています. 探偵は、ウェアサイドのアクセントがない容疑者を割り引くことができると言われています.
7月 1979: 警察がサトクリフに5回目のインタビュー. 刑事巡査のアンドリュー・ラプチューとグラハム・グリーンウッドは疑わしいが、彼の声と手書きが文字とテープに合わないため、彼らの報告は提出された.
役員は、リッパーの調査の一環として、荒地の領域を指先で検索します。 1979. プローブは何年もの間国の意識を支配していました
2 9月 1979: サトクリフがバーバラ・リーチを殺害, 20, ブラッドフォードで.
2 10月 1979: ヨークシャーリッパーを捕まえるために100万ポンドのキャンペーンが開始されました.
20 8月 1980: リッパーは別の犠牲者を主張します, マーガレットの壁, 47, リーズから, 続いてジャクリーンヒル, 20, リーズ大学の学生, 11月 17.
11月 1980: 探偵の主任警視官ジェームズホブソンがオールドフィールドに取って代わります. ホブソンは、ウェアサイドジャックのテープと文字の重要性を格下げします.
3 1月 1981: サトクリフは、警察が売春婦で彼を逮捕した後、彼がヨークシャーリッパーであることを認めています. 警察は殺人者がウェアサイドアクセントを持っていないことを認めます.
22 五月 1981: サトクリフはオールドベイリーで生涯投獄されている. 裁判官は最低の文をお勧めします 30 年. 彼はバークシャーのブロードモア安全病院に転院しました 1984.
24 五月 1989: サトクリフの妻が損害賠償を勝ち取る.
21 行進 2006: ジョン・ハンブル, 元ビルダー, ウェアサイドジャックとして知られるヨークシャーリッパーのデマであると認めた後、懲役8年の刑を言い渡されました。.
1 六月 2006: ほぼ秘密にされてきたレポート 25 数年は、サトクリフがおそらくより多くの犯罪を犯したことを明らかにします 13 彼が有罪判決を受けた殺人未遂と7件の殺人未遂.
4月 2017: サトクリフは 警察官からの質問 17 彼の過去の犯罪と類似している未解決の事件. 彼は殺人事件について調査されておらず、警察が連続殺人犯に関連していると考える事件は不明です。.
五月 2017: サトクリフはスウェーデンでの2人の女性の殺害について調査されています. 刑事は、8月にヨーテボリで死亡した31歳の女性の殺害について尋ねたと言われています 1980, そして26歳の女性が1か月後にマルメで死んでいるのを発見しました. 両方の遺体は建築現場で発見されました.
Butchered but never forgotten
Killed on: 10月 30, 1975
The Ripper’s first victim, a mother of four from Chapeltown in Leeds who was murdered just yards from her home on October 30, 1975. Sutcliffe battered the prostitute to death with a hammer before stabbing her in the neck, chest and stomach.
He told police: ‘After that first time, I developed and played up a hatred for prostitutes in order to justify within myself a reason why I had attacked and killed her.’
Her son Richard was five when she was killed. ‘I was convinced as a child, having had no therapy, that he was out there and that he was going to kill me,’ 彼は昨日言った.
Killed on: 1月 20, 1976
Eleven weeks after murdering Wilma, Sutcliffe butchered Emily, a mother-of-three from Morley, リーズ, 1月に 20, 1976.
She began working part-time as a prostitute when husband Sydney’s roofing business fell into financial difficulties. Sutcliffe pretended his car would not start when he picked her up and battered her twice with a hammer as she offered to help.
He dragged her body into a yard and used a screwdriver to viciously stab her 52 times in the neck, breasts, lower abdomen and back. He stamped on her leg so hard he left a boot print on her thigh
Killed on: 2月 5, 1977
Another prostitute Sutcliffe picked up, he attacked her in Roundhay Park, リーズ, where they had stopped so she could go to the toilet. As she crouched down, the killer delivered three heavy blows to her head with a hammer, then he tore open her jacket and blouse and began to stab and slash her with his Stanley knife.
Killed on: 4月 23, 1977
Divorcee Patricia — a prostitute commonly known as Tina — was to be Sutcliffe’s first victim in his home city of Bradford. She was murdered on April 24, 1977.
She and Sutcliffe had been drinking in a nearby pub before travelling in his car to her flat, where he inflicted four blows to the back of her head with a hammer.
He then stabbed the mother-of-three multiple times in the stomach, covering her body with bed linen and leaving behind a boot print on a bloodstained sheet at the scene..
Killed on: 4月 23, 1977
The teenage shop assistant was attacked by Sutcliffe as she walked home from a night out in Leeds on June, 26, 1977, after she had missed the last bus.
He struck her with a hammer on the back of a head before stabbing her in the chest and back.
Her body was later found in an adventure playground by two children.
As the youngest victim in the spate of murders, her case attracted national attention. Her vicious killer was nicknamed the Yorkshire Ripper for the first time.
Killed on: 10月 1, 1977
The Yorkshire Ripper struck again on October 1, 1977 , killing the mother-of-two from Manchester.
It was the first time he had targeted a victim outside West Yorkshire.
Having picked up Jean in the redlight district, he attacked her with a hammer in allotments, dumping her body and throwing her bag, 彼が彼女に与えた真新しい5ポンド紙幣を含む, into shrubs. Police traced the serial number on the note to hauliers T. and W.H. クラークス, where Sutcliffe worked. Interviewed twice by police, he said he was at a housewarming party at the time.
Killed on: 1月 21, 1978
The young prostitute from Bradford who was murdered between January 20 と3月 26, 1978.
He took the mother-of-two to waste ground, beat her with a hammer and then hid her body under a sofa.
He had stuffed horse hair from the sofa into her mouth to ensure she did not make a noise as he kicked her in the head and jumped on her chest.
Yvonne’s body would not be found for two months.
Killed on: 1月 18, 1978
Taken into care after the break-up of her parents’ 結婚, Helen was soliciting in Huddersfield when Sutcliffe picked her up on January 31, 1978.
As she climbed out of his vehicle, he struck her on the head five times, stripped off her clothes and then stabbed her in the chest. Her body was later found under railway arches in a timber yard.
Helen and her twin sister Rita had lived in Huddersfield for only two months after leaving Bradford due to their concern over the Ripper murders.
Killed on: 五月 16, 1978
Mother-of-seven Vera was killed on May 16, 1978, after being driven to a car park at Manchester Royal Infirmary.
As the sex worker got out of the car, Sutcliffe attacked her with a hammer before stabbing her with a knife.
Although Vera was very frail and had only one lung — she had had numerous operations — she fought back before she was killed. A man heard screams from the hospital grounds, which he assumed had come from a hospital patient.
Killed on: 4月 4, 1979
The building society worker from Halifax was killed on April 4, 1979, as she walked home after visiting her grandparents.
Her grandmother had been at a church party and returned home late. Josephine was invited to stay the night but decided to walk home as she had work the next day.
Leaving at 11.40pm, she headed through a park where Sutcliffe hit her from behind with a hammer, fracturing her skull from ear to ear. Using a screwdriver, he then stabbed her 21 タイムズ.
Killed on: 9月 20, 1979
Murdered on September 1, 1979, university student Barbara had been in the pub with friends and stayed after closing time to help the landlord collect empties.
As she walked home through Bradford, Sutcliffe pulled over in his car and attacked her with a hammer, before stabbing her with the same screwdriver that he had used on Josephine.
He stuffed her body underneath the steps leading up to her back door. もう一度, he was interviewed by police but was not flagged as a suspect.
Killed on: 8月 20, 1980
A civil servant, Marguerite was murdered on August 20, 1980.
She worked at the Department of Education and Science office in the town of Pudsey, near Leeds, and had been working late to make up some extra hours before going away on holiday the next day.
Leaving the office to walk the halfmile home, she was spotted by Sutcliffe who stopped his car and attacked her with a hammer, then strangled her with rope. Her almost naked body was found in a garden, partially covered with leaves.
Killed on: 11月 17, 1980
The 13th and final known victim of the Ripper was student Jacqueline, who was murdered on November 16, 1980.
She was in the third year of her English degree at Leeds University and had been at a seminar in the city centre, catching a bus back to her halls of residence at 9pm.
Walking the final 100 yards she was followed by Sutcliffe, who hit her on the head and stabbed her.
She suffered four skull fractures. The then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had to be talked out of travelling to Leeds to take charge of the investigation.