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ON THIS DAY - 2004: Serial Killer Shipman Found Hanged

Society & Culture  (tags: england, killer, murder, doctor, gp, shipman, suicide, prison, serial killer )

- 3784 days ago -
Harold Shipman, the former GP who is believed to have killed more than 200 people, has been found dead in his prison cell. He was found hanging by a bed sheet strung around the bars of his cell at Wakefield Prison at 0620 GMT. Prison staff tried to

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Samantha O (374)
Sunday January 13, 2008, 3:52 am
Very considerate of him to save the taxpayers some money.

Chrissy N (118)
Sunday January 13, 2008, 4:05 am
Well said, however 4 years on they ae=re still not sure of the total number that he killed.

. (0)
Sunday January 13, 2008, 8:01 am
Noted with thanks, Chrissy.

. (0)
Sunday January 13, 2008, 12:17 pm
Agree with you Samanth and I guess if he had any remorse it might have got to him or maybe the faces of people he had killed kept comming to him and he couldn't take it any more. Thank you Chrissy N. noted.

David Swales (96)
Friday October 7, 2011, 4:46 pm
The reason why I think, Doctor Harold Shipman, is no good at all
is cause he is a very bad Doctor, in my Country and the.
Government do want in still to be inside the jail for all.
Of his life untill he Dies is because he wants his family and
the patients to Die and that is the reason why I think he must
Die while he is still a killing Doctor in my Country
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