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# Hey kids, it's Top Trumps time!
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:06, archived)
# I'll see your Sutcliffe
and raise you a Nilsen. Woo!
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:09, archived)
# No you won't.
Why would you even say that?
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 11:01, archived)
# Nilson killed 2 more (+ any unknown victims), and he ate some of them
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 11:07, archived)
# Where's Nilson now?
He got 25 years in 1983, so he should've been released in 2008.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 12:55, archived)
# Not likely
Wikipedia says he was imposed a whole life tariff so he ain't getting out except in a hearse.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 21:05, archived)
# But he was sentenced to 25 years
Nobody can change that judgement, not even the home secretary - though he did try until the judge said "I don't think so"
(, Wed 9 Nov 2011, 10:26, archived)
# If he was mental they can section him for ever.
(, Wed 9 Nov 2011, 18:30, archived)
# Yes, but Nilsens' Look Out Whores rating must be pretty low.
If you played against that statistic you'd lose.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 12:58, archived)
# All his victims were male whores
so that rating would still be 10
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 14:11, archived)
# Smashing!

I suddenly find myself wondering: How did he murder the other whores?
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:11, archived)
# Adjustable spanners
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:39, archived)
# handy!
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:42, archived)
# Must've been quite a wrench.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:58, archived)
# His prison sentance was open-ended
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 10:01, archived)
# That's just nuts.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 10:10, archived)
# I like this thread
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 10:29, archived)
# You can torque.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 10:35, archived)
# Shut up, you tools
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 12:34, archived)
# did he steal then from george aligaia?
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 10:12, archived)
# the 20 victims include 7 whom he attacked but did not kill.
I don't know why I felt the need to point that out. Accuracy, I suppose.

I am a very accurate man.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 10:52, archived)
# I like accuracy
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 11:22, archived)
# STOP...!
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:15, archived)
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:34, archived)
# very woosome
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:22, archived)
# haha
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 9:39, archived)
# and a good friend of sir james savile, lest we forget
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 10:58, archived)
# Astonishing picture made even more astonishing by the fact ...
...that Sirjim is blatantly flaunting the no smoking policy highlighted on the door behind him!
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 11:12, archived)
# capital gold
must've been right pleased with that bit of publicity
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 13:37, archived)
# Even better when you appreciate that Frank must be a Master Mason, and Peter a Fellow in Craft by the way they are shaking hands...
*fetches tinfoil*
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 15:25, archived)
# Well spotted.
(, Wed 9 Nov 2011, 0:15, archived)
# No he isn't.http://b3ta.com/board/write.php?parent=10595925
That cigar isn't lit.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 21:53, archived)
# I don't think you should censure people for visiting patients in hospital
I know a few folks who live near Broadmoor who regularly run events/social clubs in the hospital. You can argue whether psychos should be considered ill or just shot out of hand, but the fact remains that it *is* a hospital and Jimmy was a great supporter of hospitals.
(, Wed 9 Nov 2011, 4:50, archived)
# and i think that IS a good thing
i'm pretty far from a string-'em-up attitude towards even those who've committed the worst crimes. i think social facilities etc. in such secure institutions can probably only help.

but i don't think people are criticising them for visiting patients. i think the reactions are mostly:

(i) wtf? that's jimmy savile, the yorkshire ripper and frank bruno all together in the same photograph. how did that even...

(ii) the article said that jimmy had "become friends" with sutcliffe through his work. now there's a high chance that's the sun just making shit up, or at least exaggerating for the sake of a story. it's pretty strange if true, though. i can see being sympathetic to him, or having a cordial relationship in your role as a volunteer. but it'd take a lot to actually become a friend (unless he thought sutcliffe had shown genuine signs of reform by that stage).

(iii) going back to (i) really. not sure who thought "oh, that's a good idea. let's get frank posing with the ripper. jimmy - you stand there with your cigar" *snap*. even if it was informally set up rather than someone's genius idea for a pr story, you've got to wonder what went through the heads of the people doing it.

soz for length
(, Wed 9 Nov 2011, 9:09, archived)
# Sir Jim was on the governing board at Broadmoor
... which is, remember, a hospital. As such, he wouldn't have discriminated between one patient or another; or let his own feelings get in the way of his work.

Of course that kind of professionalism is incomprehensible to anyone at the Murdoch papers, hence the "story".
(, Wed 9 Nov 2011, 21:33, archived)
# at last the real reason peter sutcliff is still locked up
just look at his taste in shell suite attire.
deserves every thing he gets for clothing crimes like this
(, Thu 10 Nov 2011, 17:32, archived)
# "Spree" refers to a load of killings in one go
I believe the correct term here is "Span of killings" /pedantry
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 11:24, archived)
# Splendid!
Also: Hull
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 12:00, archived)
# Where can I buy the set?
So long as I can play the Jeffrey Dahmer card
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 12:07, archived)
# I'd just play the Look Out Whores rating and beat you there, though
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 12:19, archived)
# whenever i hear harold shipman described as britain's worst serial killer
i always think "no, hang on. he was britain's best serial killer. he was the best at it"

i also would love a set of these. great xmas presents for all the family
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 13:36, archived)
# I totally agree
Would make fabulous Christmas gifts.
My Dad would love a set too.
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 13:51, archived)
# Simply Marvelous
How many would you need for a complete set? Go on, I am sure that they would sell well in novelty shops!
Would you have to pay royalties to the people on the cards?
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 13:55, archived)
# Hurrah!!!!!
Plus I've been playing Peter Sutcliffe Simulator too...now where did I leave my shovel?
(, Tue 8 Nov 2011, 17:55, archived)