Helen McCourt's killer freefrom his life sentence.
This is what happens when the hangman doesn't get to do his job and when the snowflakes get their way on human rights. Human rights go out the window when you commit such crimes.
Started: 22nd Nov 2019 at 09:49
Last edited by TerryW: 22nd Nov 2019 at 13:16:30
Feel sorry for Mrs McCourt. Will her suffering never end?
Reminds me of Keith Bennet's poor Mother, went to her grave never knowing.:'(
Replied: 22nd Nov 2019 at 10:44
He should never be freed.the parole board is not fit for purpose.It is just too hard to understand how her mother feels
Replied: 22nd Nov 2019 at 11:49
Always think about that murder whenever I pass that pub. Think it was called 'The George and Dragon' at the time, for many years closed and boarded up. Now called 'The Billinge Arms'. The name makes no difference it's still the same building.
Replied: 22nd Nov 2019 at 13:16
The Moors murderers died in prison and rightfully so. And so should he !
Replied: 22nd Nov 2019 at 14:42
It was more a reference to never seeing their Children buried, and finding peace.
Replied: 22nd Nov 2019 at 18:18
should cold blooded murderer's see the light of day again,should life mean life in all cases.the case which as just ended,where two drug dealers seek revenge in a london park and stab to death a completely innocent young girl ,who they presumed was a rival drug dealer.that was a blatant excuse for meaningless violence .i would not shed a tear if those two end their days in prison.
Replied: 23rd Nov 2019 at 19:03
I'm not all that keen on my tax going towards keeping such creatures fed and watered with a roof over their heads. A rope, gun or injection such be the order of the day when found guilty.
Replied: 23rd Nov 2019 at 19:19
It is wrong so wrong.
Replied: 23rd Nov 2019 at 20:18
They are not letting him go
Replied: 10th Dec 2019 at 16:59
Fantastic news. Helen's Mother must be so relieved.
Replied: 10th Dec 2019 at 17:13