Colin Pitchfork to be released from prison

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There's Light at the End of the Tunnel
There's Light at the End of the Tunnel
4 months ago

What a joke.

Dyler Turdan
Dyler Turdan
4 months ago

Typical pathеtic britain…This is undеr a so callеd Tory govеrnmеnt, spinеlsss wokе spaffеr Johnsonе hеa morе bothеrеd about climatе changе than thе psyco murdеrеrs and lеftist lawyеrs roam thе strееts without fеar..

C P
C P
4 months ago

Mob rule as demonstrated in the comments below doesn't work and neither does the death sentence as a deterrent. What's the answer? There isn't one, we do the best we can with the information we have available at the time in a civilised society.

Claudia
Claudia
4 months ago

Some parole boards have something wrong be with them – absolutely disgusting.

Johnnie Harper
Johnnie Harper
4 months ago

Is the parole board paid by taxpayers money? If so they are a political entity.

RUDI UK
RUDI UK
4 months ago

I envy that guy getting interviewed. He must have the best television reception in the world.

ygg drasil
ygg drasil
4 months ago

Dein makes reference to the parole board being 'objective' and makes reference to the idea that the ordinary public would not have the ability to understand the basis of their decisions. Well in Victoria, Australia the parole board there saw fit to exercise their objectivity and release known rapists and violent criminals back into the community, and guess what, they reoffended, one most famously by going out and raping and murdering Jill Meagher. And there are numerous cases of this happening. So I'd like to know what this arcane objectivity that Dein refers to consists of. He implies that we mere mortals wouldn't understand, but come on, at least have a go at explaining the calculations that result in a murderer and rapist of two girls being released back into the community.

Ron R1
Ron R1
4 months ago

How about the punishment? To me it’s nothing to do with if he’s safe to leave prison. The two girls aren’t being released from their deaths and the families are not released from the heinous crimes to their loved ones. This is disgraceful.

Christine Copus
Christine Copus
4 months ago

His skilled now to carry out crime without being caught.

Glen Turner
Glen Turner
4 months ago

Taking a Knee was the end of CNN. #BlackLivesMatter

misfit
misfit
4 months ago

Anyone who reads crime novels will know who this geezer is. I am not sure if he is as popular now as most people know about DNA but there was a time when DNA needed to be explained by the author. If there is concern over prison population maybe it is time to have a discussion on capital punishment again.

Dave Rave
Dave Rave
4 months ago

Vote for me as am aiming to take over Albert Pierrepoint's old job as hangman. It needs to be brought back.

Gerard Freeman
Gerard Freeman
4 months ago

No problem with his release with caveat that if he goes on to commit other crimes those responsible for releasing him back into community are tried and receive same punishment as opposed to wringing their hands and spouting platitudes

Nemo Says
Nemo Says
4 months ago

Are we sure the people on the parole board should be in their positions?

Neo Epicurean
Neo Epicurean
4 months ago

If I lived in his area I'd get the Pitchforks out.

Glynn Scott
Glynn Scott
4 months ago

Is this one of you real stories GB news? Or is it one of your ex sky news producers fake ones?

ygg drasil
ygg drasil
4 months ago

1:16 Well maybe, since a murderer and rapist of children is being released back into the community, then the parole board could explain their reasons for doing so? Is that too much to ask? I understand why the legal process should be independent of the political process in any democracy, that much is clear, but they are also there to serve the people. So shouldn't they make their reasons available and clearly explicable to the public, given the principle of accountability, and given that this decision will directly affect the public if he reoffends? And furthermore, as others have pointed out, what accountability do the parole board themselves have in making these decisions should they go wrong? Say 'Woops, sorry?' While there are cases where people can be released safely, no doubt, the basis upon which these decisions are made seem arcane, and I would wager, have an arbitrariness to them if anyone cared to scrutinise them.

matthartshorn3
matthartshorn3
4 months ago

Life sentences mean nothing in this country, judicial system is mislabelled because there is nothing just about it

L8 Lad
L8 Lad
4 months ago

Nothing will change until the judges, barristers and their families are the victims of such crimes, then we might see a change, until then THEY release murderers and rapists into OUR communities while they’re safely behind their walls & gates, while we’re expected to mourn dead or dying politicians when they’re attacked….

Heretic Dude
Heretic Dude
4 months ago

Parole boards should be held legally responsible if they release someone who goes on to commit further crimes.

Norfolk Boy
Norfolk Boy
4 months ago

Ignoring government advice to release him…. Someone is on a power trip on the parole board. Merely a personal ego trip on behalf of the official who released him.

T Mck
T Mck
4 months ago

Surprised not!!! Meanwhile Julian Assange sits locked up illegally in high security belmarsh prison…….. Am I missing something here??? !!! Disgrace! 🤢

R D
R D
4 months ago

This is what happens when capital punishment is abandoned.

speak easy
speak easy
4 months ago

If you accept there are GOOD people in this World:
Then you must equally accept that there are EVIL people in this World too.
It is one thing for a man/woman to lash out in anger and someone ends up dead.
But quite another knowingly to murder in a cold calculated fashion to satisfy a perversion inclined to evil.
Therein ONLY the DEATH-PENALTY ensures no repeat or loss of another's innocent life.

The Zanzibarbarian
The Zanzibarbarian
4 months ago

Just shows how woke and lefty thinking that groups like the Parole Board and other groups are.
They're disgusting and have no thought towards the British public or the families of these murdered kids.

Sandra
Sandra
4 months ago

Parliament vote on compulsory gene therapy injections for health care workers today at 4 pm!! Maybe do a report on this!!!!!!

Jay watson
Jay watson
4 months ago

This guy, not only killed once, he killed twice. That should be grounds for the death penalty in my book. It's a bloody disgrace.

CELTIC CROSS
CELTIC CROSS
4 months ago

how letting out a double rapist murderer is a positive thing is beyond me

Roisin Mangan
Roisin Mangan
4 months ago

This monster will never change. Its shocking and disgusting he is being released. The only decision needed is the rest of his life behind bars.

iom ~ Tilt
iom ~ Tilt
4 months ago

He killed two children, the public can make a judgement on that, you dick.

Jason Leigh
Jason Leigh
4 months ago

Life should mean life. There is no justice in this country.

keith sutherland
keith sutherland
4 months ago

Parole Board not fit for purpose! Victims should be on it. Legal professionals are too rarely the victims of crime to be objective!

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