The more you examine the Yorkshire Ripper case, the more everything points to the most audacious and most blatant and most impudent police cover up in all of British history, from the Bow Street Runners all the way up to the present PC idiocy.
Lately I've had another look at the book by Roger Cross, rushed into print after the phoney Peter Sutcliffe trial in 1981 to cash in on the fake media hype.
Roger Cross was chief crime reporter for the Yorkshire Post and the son of a senior policeman, so he was hardly going to rock the boat. His book fully supports the Peter Sutcliffe myth. Yet, the case for Peter Sutcliffe being the Yorkshire Ripper is so hopelessly flawed that even Roger Cross could not help giving the game away now and then.
"George Oldfield and other senior officers had insisted that no details of the victims' injuries other than the barest outline should be disclosed, on the ground that a 'copycat' killer might try to emulate the Yorkshire Ripper."
COMMENT: Serial killers are known to be serial killers only because they want to be so known, and so they leave their own 'trademarks' on their victims bodies or nearby. Because Oldfield was releasing few details, Peter Sutcliffe had no way of knowing the trademarks of the Yorkshire Ripper. Sutcliffe killed about five women during those years. Following the discovery of the bodies of his three most prominent victims - Yvonne Pearson, Margo Walls, Jacqueline Hill - the West Yorkshire Police stated - quite truthfully - that these were NOT Ripper killings, because they did not bear the trademarks of the Yorkshire Ripper.
Peter Sutcliffe was desperate to get himself arrested. The West Yorkshire Police wanted nothing to do with him, so in his determination to get arrested he displayed fake number plates in a red light district in Sheffield, outside the West Yorkshire jurisdiction, in a place well known to the police as a location for prostitutes to do business in cars, and with the fake number plates crudely and visibly taped over his real number plates. This was the action of a desperate, wimpish emotional cripple, anxious to get himself into institutional care. It does not fit the profile of the Yorkshire Ripper, who was - and still is today - a cunning, calculating and clever man, fully controlled, and aware that he is the intellectual superior of the police. The Yorkshire Ripper was dancing rings around the West Yorkshire Police, and they knew that they had little or no hope of ever catching him. So they jumped at the chance of browbeating the emotionally crippled Sutcliffe into confessing to all the murders, in return for the promise of a comfortable room in a luxury mental home.
They'd had plenty of practice at that sort of thing. See the story of Dick Holland and what he did to Stefan Kiszko. So Peter Sutcliffe was a pushover for these bent coppers - George Oldfield, Dick Holland, Jim Hobson. Hence their nervous, guilty, fake smiles at that infamous press conference in January 1981.
Their fake smiles kept dropping and giving way to worried frowns, so the TV crew had to shout at these bent coppers:
"KEEP SMILING ! CAN YOU ALL SMILE !"
George Oldfield, Ronald Gregory and Jim Hobson smiled again.
But anyone who knew anything about body language knew what was going on at that press conference.
"A blood test late in the afternoon (Saturday, 3 January 1981) had shown Sutcliffe to be the rare B group." (Elsewhere Roger Cross indicated it was B non-secretor.)
COMMENT: It is clear from the ongoing narrative in the book by Roger Cross that he was saying the blood sample was taken from Sutcliffe and tested there and then on late Saturday afternoon, 3 January 1981, just after the Christmas / New Year extended holiday. (In England it is normal for employees, especially 'public sector' workers, to take a long break at this time of the year, often finishing work on 23 December and not returning until well into the first week of January.)
Perhaps someone with knowledge of police stations can clarify this. Did Dewsbury police station in 1981 have facilities for establishing the blood type of a suspect there and then, and on a late Saturday afternoon as bleary-eyed public servants were groggily stagerring back to work after the season's festivities?
Whatever about that, Noel O'Gara has reliable evidence that Peter Sutcliffe's blood type is O. The West Yorkshire Police had issued an internal police memorandum stating that suspects could be eliminated from the enquiry if their blood type was not B. After the emotionally crippled woman hater Peter Sutcliffe forced the police to arrest him and showed a willingness to confess to some of the killings, and to be browbeaten into confessing to all of them, there was a need to make the pieces fit as much as feasible. Sutcliffe's perceived blood type was crucial to establishing the myth that he was the Yorkshire Ripper.
There is an obvious need for credible independent verification of Peter Sutcliffe's blood type.
The more you look at the Yorkshire Ripper case - with open eyes - the more everything stacks up as pointing to the most outrageous and most far-reaching police corruption case in the history of British policing, all the way from the Bow Street Runners up to the current politically correct imbecility.
The Yorkshire Ripper cover up is unique in its magnitude and its epoch-making implications.
Consider what has happened:
The Chief Constable of West Yorkshire, Ronald Gregory, made a conscious decision to call off the hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper because he found it convenient to accept confessions to all the killings from the emotionally crippled Peter Sutcliffe. Thus the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire and other senior officers, notably George Oldfield, Dick Holland and Jim Hobson, are accessories to the numerous murders of women in England committed by the Yorkshire Ripper in the twenty-five years that have elapsed since the phoney Peter Sutcliffe trial in 1981.
This is big, really big - the most outrageous police corruption scandal in all of British history.
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