Beverly Allitt

#1
Found this on BBC News

Beverly Allitt, the nurse given 13 life sentences for murdering and attacking children in her care, has applied for a review of her sentence.

BBC News

While ironicaly the inquiry into her case has helped to protect children since, the thought of her even being considered for early release leaves a bad taste in my mouth...
 
#4
Much will depend upon the government's 'guidelines' issued to the Parole Board by the Home Office which will be influenced, in part by Treasury considerations.

I do find it axiomatic that on the one hand, someone such as Myra Hindley was sentenced to spend the rest of her natural life in prison where she died for the murder and torture of far less children than Allitt. I would find it repugnant in the extreme that any possibility should exist in any way shape or form that Allitt should not share the same fate as Hindley since I find no moral distinction between the actions of both!
 
#5
Iolis said:
Much will depend upon the government's 'guidelines' issued to the Parole Board by the Home Office which will be influenced, in part by Treasury considerations.
FFS what are you going on about... Who gives a toss about the Treasury.

BURN THE WITCH!!
 
#6
She deserves all she got .Nurses arent supposed to kill patients .And compared to shipman just make nurses look second rate compared to doctors
How will doctors respect us when our murdering psychos are no where near
their murdering psychos in numbers.
 
#7
Lance_Jacked said:
Found this on BBC News

Beverly Allitt, the nurse given 13 life sentences for murdering and attacking children in her care, has applied for a review of her sentence.

BBC News

While ironicaly the inquiry into her case has helped to protect children since, the thought of her even being considered for early release leaves a bad taste in my mouth...
Hmm, my neigbours are looking for a babysitter for their spawn (the little sh1ts). I wonder if she's entertaining many job offers at the moment?
 
#8
crabtastic said:
Lance_Jacked said:
Found this on BBC News

Beverly Allitt, the nurse given 13 life sentences for murdering and attacking children in her care, has applied for a review of her sentence.

BBC News

While ironicaly the inquiry into her case has helped to protect children since, the thought of her even being considered for early release leaves a bad taste in my mouth...
Hmm, my neigbours are looking for a babysitter for their spawn (the little sh1ts). I wonder if she's entertaining many job offers at the moment?
I wish that was even close to black humour :(
 
#9
There is no way the women should be set free, she suffers from Munchausen By Proxy, which is a psychological condition where the sufferers get pleasure out of makeing people ill so they can treat them! she is a disgrace to the nursing profession, in the fact that she killed all those children and if u research the case it's a disgrace that knowone realised what she was doing!
She may suffer from an illness but that is not reason to let her out, a serial killer wouldn't be set free so neither should she!
 
#10
Totaly argree missy, as a student nurse about to qualify, the Allitt case is cited time and time again throught training so its dosent happen again, but the reality is i'm afraid it proberbly will. Judging by the follow up stories in the press its not going down too well though. Do you think the powers that be may actually go and do the right thing here??????

I bet she has all nice little perks in her prision.... Do as the romans did, put her in a big bag with mental pitbull, a crazy chicken and deranged rat and throw them into a river. Although thats unkind to the animals...
 
#11
I am also a student nurse, hand have spend many lectures on the subject of beverley allitt!

I should hope that they would do the right thing and keep her inside, but sadly judging by past stories there is a chance they could let her out, but to be honest what sort of life would she have if she was let out? people would want to killer her after what she did!
like when they let the boys out that murderd that little boy in the 90's (can't rememeber their names) she would have to go into a protection program, and she would never (I hope be allowed near children)

here's hoping the law does have some sense and keep her in her padded cell!
 
#12
Agreed she should rot in prison until the end of her life.
I dont care if shes ill.
The suffering she goes through is nothing compared to the agony
that the parents of those poor children went through and are probably still going through.

my tuppence worth
 
#15
I think she deserves better press. All she was trying to do, albeit misguidedly, was ease the bed-blocking problem by offing all the whinging tw*ts and no hopers.
 
#16
bernoulli said:
I think she deserves better press. All she was trying to do, albeit misguidedly, was ease the bed-blocking problem by offing all the whinging tw*ts and no hopers.
By whinging tw*ts are you refering to the innocent children she murdered and tried to murder...........? :(
 
#17
Lance_Jacked said:
bernoulli said:
I think she deserves better press. All she was trying to do, albeit misguidedly, was ease the bed-blocking problem by offing all the whinging tw*ts and no hopers.
By whinging tw*ts are you refering to the innocent children she murdered and tried to murder...........? :(
They are the ones. Innocence is a matter of interpretation, mate. I am sure at least some of them stole sweets or kicked foot balls through windows.
 

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#18
I think that she should be released. She should go through whatever resettlement course they do, and be allowed to make arrangements for a new life outside the prison walls.

On the day of her release, with all the newspapers in attendance, the door should be opened for her and as she stepped through the gate, she should be stopped and brought back in again and told, that was the first 'life' sentence, you are back in for the other 12. Try again for No 2 in 10 years!

How fecked off would she be by that :D
 
#19
bernoulli said:
Lance_Jacked said:
bernoulli said:
I think she deserves better press. All she was trying to do, albeit misguidedly, was ease the bed-blocking problem by offing all the whinging tw*ts and no hopers.
By whinging tw*ts are you refering to the innocent children she murdered and tried to murder...........? :(
They are the ones. Innocence is a matter of interpretation, mate. I am sure at least some of them stole sweets or kicked foot balls through windows.
I have a dry sense of humour but even this is a little far for me!
I don't like children, but wouldn't wish any harm to come of them!
she murdered those children knowlingly (excuse spelling), she spoke to the parents and used her position of trust and professionalism to harm other people's children, yes the babies were all to young to understand wot was going on, but those parents have got to live with the fact that they put their trust in someone and it was severly abused!
I don't have children (can't say I want any) but I could not even imagine loosing a child in that way and having to live with knowing that the women who killed them was living in the same country!

so the answer, to ur question about steeling sweets and kickinballs, is NO, No they did not as they were barely old enough to walk!!
So even tho I can find something funny in most situations, this is not one of them!
How wud u feel is some insane nurse started going around killing your collegues right under your nose, I would hope u would feel upset, and angry!
As a student nurse, it makes me sick to think she was a part of the nursing profession!
 
#20
missy said:
bernoulli said:
Lance_Jacked said:
bernoulli said:
I think she deserves better press. All she was trying to do, albeit misguidedly, was ease the bed-blocking problem by offing all the whinging tw*ts and no hopers.
By whinging tw*ts are you refering to the innocent children she murdered and tried to murder...........? :(
They are the ones. Innocence is a matter of interpretation, mate. I am sure at least some of them stole sweets or kicked foot balls through windows.
I have a dry sense of humour but even this is a little far for me!
I don't like children, but wouldn't wish any harm to come of them!
she murdered those children knowlingly (excuse spelling), she spoke to the parents and used her position of trust and professionalism to harm other people's children, yes the babies were all to young to understand wot was going on, but those parents have got to live with the fact that they put their trust in someone and it was severly abused!
I don't have children (can't say I want any) but I could not even imagine loosing a child in that way and having to live with knowing that the women who killed them was living in the same country!

so the answer, to ur question about steeling sweets and kickinballs, is NO, No they did not as they were barely old enough to walk!!
So even tho I can find something funny in most situations, this is not one of them!
How wud u feel is some insane nurse started going around killing your collegues right under your nose, I would hope u would feel upset, and angry!
As a student nurse, it makes me sick to think she was a part of the nursing profession!
Quite agree, I have a 20 month year old girl, about the same age as on of her victims, not really funny....
 

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