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Should Myra Hindley Have Been allowed out of jail to die Myra Hindley was Britains longest-serving female prisoner and died on the week beginning 25th November 2002 may I add in jail She was sentenced to life in 1966 for her part in the notorious child killings known as the Moors murders in Suffolk England Jailed along with lover and accomplice Ian Brady she was convicted of murdering two of the five children they had abducted tortured and sexually abused before burying their bodies on Saddleworth Moor near Manchester Hindley had made a number of legal bids for freedom but a succession of Home Secretaries had ruled against her release We all knew Hindley was going to die soon so should she have been allowed a few hours of freedom before she died Or did she deserve to die unhappy We all know Myra did wrong but we all forget she wasnt the only one her partner in crime is in a mental institute The easy way out of jail said my most people I do not know what it is like to be in jail or what jail is like but from what I can imagine it wouldnt be a very nice place I think I would rather be looked after in a mental institute than to fight my own way through jail what do you think Myra committed murder which is probably the worst crime there is and she was given life imprisonment she was an ill woman should she have been alllowed out for even the last two weeks of her life Or would it have been even worse for her as people feel very strongly on what she did to them children and also the children that she killed familys wont really allow her to live the last few days of her life in peace they would rather kill her themselves Maybe the govenrment did right
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