Serial killer Stephen Port ‘should die in jail’

Serial killer Stephen Port has been given a whole-life jail sentence for the murder of four young men he plied with a date rape drug.
At the Old Bailey Mr Justice Openshaw told the 41-year-old he would not be released from prison.
Relatives of Port´s victims applauded and cheered as the judge made his remarks.
He said Port´s attempts to cover up two of the murders had been “wicked and monstrous”.
A former canteen chef, Port murdered four men: Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth, Jack Taylor and Anthony Walgate.
They met him on dating websites and were taken back to his east London flat.
They were killed after taking the drug known as GHB, or liquid ecstasy, and three of the bodies were then dumped in a graveyard near his home in Barking.

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    • john

      26 November 2016 • 12:16

      This length of prison term has a PLUS — which sadly is never exploited.
      … and a MINUS for society at large.

      THE PLUS is the high likelihood that Port will be given as severe a beating as possible by fellow inmates as often as they can get “their hands” on him (usually their fists and their boots) … but the Prison Service/Home Office really ought to issue a colourful Press Statement (with photographs) every time such a beating has occurred to perhaps serve as a real disincentive to other might-be casual murderers and thugs who think that “killing and grievous bodily harm (GBH) doesn’t really matter … and we might not be caught anyway “.

      THE MINUS is that “the taxpayer” will have to go on paying full board-and-lodging for this man, for however long he might live, plus the costs of the extra security he will have to be given to keep him “safe” from the other inmates … plus, plus, plus.

      A whole raft of us think that “a prison sentence” ought to be made much more of a published horror story than, these days, it is … and that these harder, rougher “facts of life” ought to be restated and restated and restated perhaps to deter at least some of today’s “casual criminals” instead of the trend to say how “humane” prisons are — “get yourself a prison sentence, meet some agreeable new mates who think like you do … and be taught a trade.” Frankly — bugger that!


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