The chances for Peter Sutcliffe, aka the Yorkshire Ripper, to be eligible for parole were never good: In 1981, the British man received 20 life sentences after being convicted of murdering 13 women and attempting to murder another seven in a rampage across northern England. So perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that on Friday a court denied the 64-year-old Sutcliffe parole and sentenced him to spend the rest of his life in custody. Sutcliffe, who’s currently being held in a high-security psychiatric hospital, joins 38 others who will never be released from British prisons.
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