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Yorkshire Ripper: 'I'll kill myself' if they send me back to prison


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Twisted Sutcliffe has been in Broadmoor since 1981 but has now been deemed "sane enough" to return to a normal prison.

He was jailed for brutally killing 13 women and attacking seven others – some of the prostitutes – across Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.

Sickening Sutcliffe he claimed was at the will of God to "cleanse the streets" of prostitutes.

His fixation with God inside jail has continued, as Daily Star Online recently revealed how hedepicts himself as Jesus Christ in a painting in his cell and how he has become a Jehovah's Witness.

But now the disgusting killer will have to swap the luxury lag life of Broadmoor for a squalid prison cell.

Sutcliffe, 70, told hospital pals he would rather take his own life than leave his Broadmoor boudoir.

He said: “If they send me back to prison, I’d have no reason to live,” the Sun reports.

“I feel like I’ve lost all hope.

“Category A prisons are a pit of black despair and hopelessness.

“I’ll spend the rest of my days there.

“Why should I carry on? There is a higher risk of attack in prison but the people in charge don’t give a damn.

“It’s all violence, weapons and drugs. It will be so depressing.”

It is thought Sutcliffe could be jailed alongside notorious British criminals, such as Soham murderer Ian Huntley and evil Levi Bellfield.

When he moves to a regular jail, Sutcliffe will have to give up his luxury taxpayer-funded lifestyle – which allows him to watch telly, send letters to his sick legion of fans and enjoy multiple weekly visits.

The move still has to be rubber-stamped by the Ministry of Justice and Sutcliffe is likely to face a tough time of it – having already been blinded in one of the three attacks while on the inside.

Last week Daily Star Online exclusively shed light on the relationship between the Yorkshire Ripper and Jimmy Savile, as the pair used to get cosy over a cup of tea in vile Sutcliffe's cell.

He attempted in 2010 to gain release which prompted outrage from MPs and the public.

A decision at the Court of Appeal determined that he would never be released.

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/537319/Peter-Sutcliffe-Yorkshire-Ripper-leave-Broadmoor-hospital

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