Yorkshire Ripper - The Secret Murders: The True Story of Serial Killer Peter Sutcliffe's Reign of Terror
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Towards the end of the book it becomes clear the main point is 'all these murders are obviously linked, the police should be trialing him'.
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West Yorkshire Police faced heavy and sustained criticism for their failure to catch him despite having interviewed him nine times in the course of their five-year investigation. Her body was dumped at the rear of 13 Ashgrove under a pile of bricks, close to the university and her lodgings. Sutcliffe, then aged 20, knew Craven, who lived at 23 Cornwall Road, while the Sutcliffe family home where Sutcliffe lived was less than one hundred yards away at 57 Cornwall Road.Bo Lundqvist, a police cold-case investigator, stated that the murders bore Sutcliffe’s signature in terms of their "sexually charged brutality". I found it easy to follow despite having no law enforcement background - everything was explained well.
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Read all Series examining the police investigation into the crimes of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, known as the Yorkshire Ripper, and the missed opportunities to charge him for his earlier, unacknowledged crimes.How the various district police forces did not link them together is perhaps not too difficult to understand because at the time there was no cross-checking of crimes in other districts.