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Levi Bellfield has applied for permission to marry whilst in jail (obviously, waiting until he's out might be pointless!)

 

I suspect he's planning one more murder - death by crushing when he claims his conjugal rights after the wedding

 

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Yesterday, May 28, Fusaka Shigenobu, the founder of the radical leftist organization "Red Army of Japan", was released after 22 years in prison.  Based on the territory of Palestine and Lebanon, this group fought against the Israeli invaders.

 Shigenobu is now 77 years old.

 

Haiku:

 ardent geisha

 With a smile the enemy sends

 The kiss of death ©

 

https://t.me/RotFront_su/7435

 

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Come on Tobin do the decent thing and fuck off !!!!

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Gilberto Rodriguez Orijuela, former boss of the Cali Cartel and the world's leading Cocaine dealer, dies in prison at 83:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/jun/01/cali-cartel-gilberto-rodriguez-orejuela-dies-us-prison

 

He had a long cancer fight before and might have been on the odd longlist here and there.

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Kyrgyzstan, 10.06.22

 

Political scientist Marat Kazakpaev has died. He was accused of treason and kept in jail for more than a year

 

Kazapbaev was detained in April 2021 on suspicion of high treason.  He was kept in the pre-trial detention center of the State Committee for National Security.  On June 9 of this year, it became known that Kazakpaev suffered a hemorrhagic stroke, a cerebral hemorrhage occurred, and he was taken from the pre-trial detention center of the State Committee for National Security to City Clinical Hospital No. 1.

 

Marat Kazakpaev was born in 1966. In 1996, he graduated from the Faculty of History of the Kyrgyz National University (KNU) and began his career at the Department of Philosophy and Theology of the same university. In 1998 he moved to the Department of Political Science of KNU. In recent years, the expert taught this specialty within the walls of the Kyrgyz-Russian (Slavonic) University.

https://kloop.kg/blog/2022/06/10/umer-politolog-marat-kazakpaev-ego-obvinyali-v-gosizmene-i-bolshe-goda-soderzhali-v-sizo/

https://www.azattyk.org/a/31892418.html

 

 

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Serial killer John Cannan receiving palliative care and may have "days to live" according to reports.

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3 hours ago, Sean said:

Serial killer John Cannan receiving palliative care and may have "days to live" according to reports.

 

 

Yeah, The Sun reporting that - and they'd never make anything up. 

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12 hours ago, maryportfuncity said:

 

 

Yeah, The Sun reporting that - and they'd never make anything up. 

They seem to be pretty reliable when it comes to scoops on murderers as was seen with the cases of Russell Bishop and Ian Brady.All the other papers are reporting on Cannan also.

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He also had a severe stroke years ago.

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"The Sock Killer" Ondrej Rigo, Slovak serial killer and necrophile, most profilic serial killer in modern Slovak history dead at 66:

https://dennikn.sk/minuta/2895890/

Killed nine people in three different countries (West Germany, Netherlands and Czechoslovakia) between 1990 and 1992. Only one of the people he attacked survived. Good riddance

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Kyrgyzstan, 18.06.2022 around 00:55

 

The special services of Kyrgyzstan announced that ex-banker Bakyt Asanbaev hanged himself in the cell of the pre-trial detention center of the State Committee for National Security in Bishkek.  He was arrested in April in a corruption case.  The cellmates, according to the secret services, were busy praying at 12 o'clock at night and could not stop the banker.  Asanbaev's relatives do not believe in the version of the special services.

 

Bakyt Asanbaev was supposed to leave the pre-trial detention center of the State Committee for National Security on the coming Monday. This was announced by his relative Talant Asanbaev.

 

The ex-deputy head of Aiyl Bank, Bakyt Asanbaev, who was hanged in the pre-trial detention center of the State Committee for National Security, had broken ribs and bruises on his elbows. Talant Asanbayev, a relative of the deceased, told the civil activist about this.

 

Bakyt Asanbaev was born on August 31, 1978 in the Naryn region. His pages on social networks indicate that in 2005 he got married and raised four children. From 2004 to 2007 he studied at the Academy of Management under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic.

 

 According to Cactus Media, he has worked in the banking sector for 23 years. He held various positions at Aiyl Bank, in November 2019 he was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Board. Prior to that, he headed the credit administration department.

https://www.currenttime.tv/a/31906554.html

https://kaktus.media/doc/462097_rodstvennik_bakyta_asanbaeva:_on_doljen_byl_vyyti_iz_sizo_gknb_v_predstoiashiy_ponedelnik.html

https://rus.azattyk.org/a/31905020.html

https://vesti.kg/proisshestviya/item/101196-rodstvennik-povesivshegosya-bankira-u-bakyta-asanbaeva-byli-slomany-rebra-i-gematomy-na-loktyakh.html

 

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13 minutes ago, chel said:

Kyrgyzstan, 18.06.2022 around 00:55

 

The special services of Kyrgyzstan announced that ex-banker Bakyt Asanbaev hanged himself in the cell of the pre-trial detention center of the State Committee for National Security in Bishkek.  He was arrested in April in a corruption case.  The cellmates, according to the secret services, were busy praying at 12 o'clock at night and could not stop the banker.  Asanbaev's relatives do not believe in the version of the special services.

 

Bakyt Asanbaev was supposed to leave the pre-trial detention center of the State Committee for National Security on the coming Monday. This was announced by his relative Talant Asanbaev.

 

 

Why do you have to include such an overwhelming amount of information in all of your posts? I can guarantee the majority of users don't give it a time of day.

 

If people want to know the details, they'll click the link included in your posts. No need to go all TLDR.

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Raymand Vannieuwenhoven, who was convicted last year in the 1976 shooting deaths of 25-year-old David Schuldes and 24-year-old Ellen Matheys, has died in prison. He was 85.  After the slayings went unsolved for more than 40 years, cold case investigators determined in 2019 a DNA sample taken from evidence at the crime scene came the Vannieuwenhoven family. It was later determined to be from Raymand Vannieuwenhoven.

 

https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/man-convicted-year-killing-1976-dies-prison-85591498

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On 21/11/2019 at 17:19, Toast said:

Cunts.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-50507180

The mother of a murder victim is "horrified" her daughter's killer will be freed despite never revealing where his victim's body is.

Ian Simms, 63, was jailed in 1989 for murdering Helen McCourt who disappeared in February 1988, aged 22 .....

.... The Parole Board said it had "carefully considered" Simms' failure to reveal where he concealed Ms McCourt's body and concluded there is "no prospect of Simms ever disclosing the whereabouts of his victim even if he were kept in prison until he died."

Simms dead according to the S*n. The headline says he died in prison, but they actual report doesn't appear to support that.

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Ricky Dubose, a man sentenced to death for killing two corrections officers in 2017, has died at age 29 of an apparent suicide. 

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On 23/04/2021 at 01:00, arghton said:

Argentina Dirty War (from the activists thread, list of grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo and related people)

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Adolfo Schilingo (b. 1946) Argentine navy officer accused of the killings

Isabel Peron (b. 1931) Last one alive of the Presidents during the Dirty War

Miguel Etchecolatz (b. 1929) First person sentenced for actions during the Dirty War

Alfredo Astiz (b. 1951) Videla's friend, commander called the "Blonde Angel of Death" who ordered the killings of some of the Grandmothers in 1977. Has had cancer, possibly still has.

Miguel Etchecolatz, Argentine senior police officer, torturer, convicted mass murderer dead at 93. Good riddance. Waiting for Alfredo Astiz to join him, hopefully soon

 

In his book, Etchecolatz stated: "I never had, or thought to have, or was haunted by, any sense of blame. For having killed? I was the executor of a law made by man. I was the keeper of divine precepts. And I would do it again.

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He had been in hospital for over a month, but I though it was the usual scam to avoid jail. Which gladly wasn't this time.

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Tracey Connolly - mother of Baby P - is free, conditions apply but they don't include protecting her identity. A rarity today, someone unquestionably less popular than Boris Johnson - deadpooling outside bet for sure

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-62087519

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On 17/06/2021 at 23:26, arghton said:

Top 10 longest serving prisoners, according to wikipedia. From the US unless mentioned otherwise. Updated:

 

 

Top5 longest time in solitary confinement - current and former alive ones:

 

44 years - Albert Woodfox (former, b. 1947) From 1972 to 2016. One of the Angola Three.

38 years - Mark David Chapman (current, b. 1955) Lennon's murderer.

37 years - Robert Maudsley (current, b. 1953) UK. Serial killer, also killed people behind bars.

25 years - Yolanda Saldivar (current, b. 1960) Queen of Tejano Selana's murderer. To be released in five years.

24 years - Luis Felipe "King Blood" (current, b. 1962) Multiple first degree murders, leader of the gang "Latin Kings"

 

 

Albert Woodfox of the Angola Three, reportedly dead: https://www.democracynow.org/2022/8/4/breaking_ex_black_panther_albert_woodfox

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Fuck knows where else to post this, because this threat to society never made it to prison, but here will do. 

 

Back in June a dangerous man with a knife was taken out by fearless police officers - the softy left-leaning press have since got all over it with their bleeding heart liberal sentiments, making a fuss because the 93 year old was wheelchair bound, missing a leg and died after an onsluaght of restraint that included pepper spray, a baton and a taser!

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11081051/Police-officers-investigated-manslaughter-death-one-legged-care-home-resident-93.html

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On 08/07/2022 at 00:45, maryportfuncity said:

Tracey Connolly - mother of Baby P - is free, conditions apply but they don't include protecting her identity. A rarity today, someone unquestionably less popular than Boris Johnson - deadpooling outside bet for sure

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-62087519

 

I mean, the conditions to avoid places to protect kids are all well and good, but the issue is she's 40 and can conceivably have another kid. Unless they plan on taking potential future kid into care as soon as they're born, people like this shouldn't be let out until they're incapable of having kids IMO (or prohibited from having them, but that's never going to happen, is it?)

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