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The notorious murderer, who killed 13 women and attempted to kill seven more, has reportedly said he thinks he would go to heaven after his religious conversion meant he "found god" several years ago

 

Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe reportedly thinks he will go to heaven if he dies after he tested positive for 

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The notorious serial killer, who has found God as Jehovah’s Witnesses, was in hospital with suspected heart problems, but returned to HMP Frankland on Tuesday after five nights away.

Astonishingly, Sutcliffe, who killed 13 women and attempted to kill seven more, has reportedly said he thinks he would go to heaven after his religious conversion meant he "found god" several years ago.

The source said Sutcliffe believed all Jehovah’s Witnesses are guaranteed a place in heaven regardless of their past.

 

n recent years, he has suffered diabetes and an angina attack and is almost completely blind. 

Sutcliffe is currently serving a whole life order, after being convicted in 1981 of the murder spree which gripped the North of England with fear.

In 1997, he was attacked by a fellow inmate, which damaged his eyesight.

Either bad reporting, or he is a complete nut case, or, he wasn't taught by a genuine JW, but it's quite funny. 

 

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