Evil be to he who evil does!

I would remind readers that today is a sad memorial. A time when we should all still ourselves, and remember that, fifty years ago, a veritable lifetime for some; the verdicts were finally delivered on a pair of cold-blooded calculating murderers, a pair of depraved monsters who actually recorded the sounds of the thirteen minute ordeal of their ten year-old victim before they finally killed that young girl. That recording was only played once, but it was as though the Jury didn’t really need to sit through the rest of the trial before delivering their unanimous verdict. Myra Hindley, sentenced to two terms of life; and Ian Brady given three life terms, are the names of the two who have really defined what is meant by the word ‘Evil’. They attempted to blame each other, they even tried to lay the blame for the atrocities at the foot of Hindley’s brother-in-law; the one person who had actually witnessed the savagery of the murder of Edward Evans, their last victim; but the Law, and the Jury was not fooled.

It is only fair that the people who should be remembered today are the victims of that murderous couple; so I would simply ask that you take a few milliseconds from your daily tasks, the run-of-the-mill which is all our lives; and remember the five who cannot ask for that remembrance:-

Pauline Reade, John Kilbride, Keith Bennett, Lesley Ann Downey & Edward Evans

And also to remember this; that despite the overwhelming opinion to the contrary, MPs at Westminster voted to abolish the Death Penalty; and of course following the further diktats of the European Union, we would not be ALLOWED to return to such a well-desired and admired option which delivers the only true justice which such evil crimes demand!

5 comments for “Evil be to he who evil does!

  1. Lord T
    May 4, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    I do believe that some crimes deserve death as a punishment. I believe in crime and punishment and if I had my way all jails would be 2ft square by 7ft high and they would be fed and watered via tubes.

    However, I’m against the death penalty because I don’t trust the government or Plod.

    There are hundreds of verifiable instances where people have been stitched up and evidence that supports their statements suppressed. I guess this means there are in reality thousands of people that have suffered miscarriages of justice and that is before you take the injustice that is plea bargaining. Plead guilty or we will go for the maximum sentence, be it death or life imprisonment.

    You can’t overturn death and for that single reason I’m against it..

  2. Ted Treen
    May 4, 2016 at 2:05 pm

    “However, I’m against the death penalty because I don’t trust the government or Plod.”

    I couldn’t agree more. I will not expand as you have articulated so well, Lord T.

  3. Errol
    May 4, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    On principle allowing the state to take a life is wrong. However, there are other punishments available for those rightfully convicted of such disgusting criminal acts: flogging, for example. Every day, Hindley should be taken out and flogged, then salt ground into the wounds. The next day repeat this action.

  4. mikebravo
    May 4, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    What a pair of cunts! Apologies for the old English. I would still cut their throats. Bugger the rope.

  5. Mr Angry
    May 4, 2016 at 9:36 pm

    Lord T, it appears we are in agreement. Judicial killing cannot be undone and the likes of Stefan Kishko or the mothers wrongly convicted of “murdering” their children on the basis of what can only loosely be called evidence from Sir Roy Meadows (why does he still hold a knighthood by the way?) would almost certainly have been hanged (Stefan was convicted “for a laugh” according to one witness who stitched him up). I want those who commit such evils to know that we will do everything to keep them alive and sane for as many years as we can and for each and every day to be the same, exactly the same…

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