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Myra Hindley Myra Hindley - A sadistic temptress the aid and probable prompt of an evil and cold blooded killer Or a political prisoner being used as a scapegoat by politicians and the media This is a very sensitive subject and people often respond with fear and anxiety when we decide to examine things like the Moors murders We are told that our curiosity is unhealthy and that wanting to knowor openly debate about a matter which is naturally closed can only be the desire of a sick mind We are encouraged to turn a blind eye and leave well alone It is obvious to me that to wish to examine something is not to condone it Yet when somebody tries to ask questions about taboo subjects today they are assumed to be sympathetic to the subject maybe even a little deranged and certainly suspect They become an outcast and this coming adrift from the herd is also something which many fear Many say better to be seen to be part of the lynch-mob than to become its quarry but these are the people who dont have the strength of character to even attempt to be the quarry During their trial neither Hindley nor Brady showed remorse Both were sentenced to life They are still in prison at this time The judge has stated that she will indeed spend the rest of her days in prison with no chance of ever being paroled so why does she still argue against the judges decision A lot of pressure is put on Governments to keep Hidley inside and whether or not she is to be released is now often stated in party political statements prior to elections as it is feared that the overriding pubic opinion could win or lose elections On November the twenty - first supporters of Hindley called for a review of sentencing procedures after Jack Straw reaffirmed
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