Sunday Mail. 8 February 2015
"... and now, brothers, let's welcome Brother Sutcliffe. The title of his talk is 'Showing Godly Respect For Women'. Brother Sutcliffe ..."
He will never leave Broadmoor but now he will be annoying all his fellow inmates even more than usual.
The bad publicity just keeps coming for the borg doesn't it?
Jehovah's Witnesses continue to be a harbour for sexual predators.
For Jehovah's Witnesses to accept him and allow him to be baptised he had to have made one very important change ....
... that beard had to go!
He has to be the only guy alive that tries to defend his friend Jimmy Saville. No doubt the JWs would have accepted him too.
They will take anyone but treat people who question their authority as 'evil'
This really opens up a wide range of issues re the WTBTS have they gone completely insane when it comes to who or in this case what....can become a JW.
"Peter Sutcliffe aka as the Yorkshire Ripper terrorised women in the North of
England in the 1970’s. He frequented prostitutes in Leeds and Bradford and
carried out a murder spree against women. He claimed during his trial that he
had been sent on a mission by God to kill prostitutes. Some of the women he
killed were not prostitutes. His weapons of choice to mutilate women included a
hammer, screwdriver and knives.
He has recently joined the ranks of Jehovah’s Witnesses by getting baptised."
The Daily Mail reports, Peter Sutcliffe, 68, was recently baptised in a pool in a private room at the high-security hospital by two “brothers” from the local kingdom hall.
The Mail quotes an unnamed source who claimed: ‘Peter was really happy about being baptised and said afterwards he was now a Jehovah’s Witness ‘brother‘.
Apparently, he has been promised life in paradise.
The source added that people who know Sutcliffe think Broadmoor is ‘doing too much‘ to let him practice the religion.
Sutcliffe has already tried to convert fellow patients at the Berkshire psychiatric hospital.
It costs taxpayers more than £300,000 a year to detain him in Broadmoor, at least five times the cost of a prison cell.
Yea. I'd leave this guy to God as a religious person. But that's also because I believe religion is unnecessary and it's not our job to preach.
All the the same this is insane, I'd stay as far away from him as possible.