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Old 01-05-2019, 01:54 PM
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Default Stephen Chafer/Leonard - Serial killer in the making

Most definitely a serial killer in the making with this one. Thank god he's been locked away again now...

https://www.nottinghampost.com/news/...cQ333Ny_EGiV9I
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Old 01-05-2019, 06:25 PM
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Absolutely Uncle Jack. Why he was allowed the opportunity to murder a second time is beyond me.
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This made me think......
Many years ago I was on a train and a young lad "done something" right in front of me. When I had a go at him he pushed his face right up to mine and told me to F/O. He didn't shout it he just mouthed it and stared right into my eyes. I will never forget that stare. I pulled the communication cord but he legged it
Imagine my surprise the other night when I was looking online and saw that face and discovered he went on 20 years later to sexually assault old people, men and women and now is put away for a long time. Def him ....
Like the chap above he had previous problems, but not quite as bad.
It makes me think Jack did not just get like that all of a sudden. His problems must have started before.
Were they covered up or just not reported ? (I did report this to the railways but never heard anything) The odd thing all the attacks were around the same rail line, even years later.
Unfortunately that sort of behaviour was quite common in the city....
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Old 01-07-2019, 02:26 AM
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This made me think......
Many years ago I was on a train and a young lad "done something" right in front of me. When I had a go at him he pushed his face right up to mine and told me to F/O. He didn't shout it he just mouthed it and stared right into my eyes. I will never forget that stare. I pulled the communication cord but he legged it
Imagine my surprise the other night when I was looking online and saw that face and discovered he went on 20 years later to sexually assault old people, men and women and now is put away for a long time. Def him ....
Like the chap above he had previous problems, but not quite as bad.
It makes me think Jack did not just get like that all of a sudden. His problems must have started before.
Were they covered up or just not reported ? (I did report this to the railways but never heard anything) The odd thing all the attacks were around the same rail line, even years later.
Unfortunately that sort of behaviour was quite common in the city....
Wow, very disturbing Paddy. Certainly gives perspective, an encounter like that. Reminds me of that lady that came forward with a story of how she was hitchhiking in the 70's and was picked up by a man. She got an extremely bad vibe about him and then he stopped to fill up the car with petrol. When he went to pay, she got out and ran away quickly. In 1981 while watching the news, she saw the man's face pop up on the TV and she realised it was Peter Sutcliffe who had picked her up that night..
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Most definitely a serial killer in the making with this one. Thank god he's been locked away again now...

https://www.nottinghampost.com/news/...cQ333Ny_EGiV9I
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He found her sitting in the snow in tears near her home in Derby, then carried her to a nearby vicarage where he sexually assaulted her and stabbed her 39 times.
Why even keep people like this alive at the cost of the taxpayer? Their lives should be forfeit.
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