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By Charles Rickall

Convicted killers seldom kill back - or do they? contemporary learn has proven that considering 1965 approximately one hundred twenty folks convicted of homicide or manslaughter in England and Wales have killed back. In an extended time period context, real Crime author Charles Rickell has exposed 24 circumstances with Yorkshire institutions, from the nice struggle to 2005/06.Two sensational examples relate to convicted people who even killed for a 3rd time: William Burkitt in Hull (1915, 1924 and 1939) and Anthony O'Rourke in Pickering (1949 & 1951) and Slough (1962). Convicted killers additionally killed back when in legal: Peter Dunford (Wakefield, 1964); Douglas Wakefield (Parkhurst, 1981); John Paton (Wakefield, 1976 and Parkhurst, 1981) and Robert Mawdsley (Broadmoor, 1977 and Wakefield, 1978). The sensational Magee case can be integrated. This convicted IRA killer (now published back) fatally shot a unique constable at Tadcaster in 1992.

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Burkitt had identified the items as his clothes. ’ Inspector Austin admitted that he had made no attempt to identify who owned the pocket knife. The final prosecution witness was Arnold B Tankard, Hull City analyst, who gave evidence concerning the bloodstains which he said could be animal or human. Burkitt was called to give his evidence. He said he was a thirty-nine-year-old trawler’s fireman. He had first met Ellen several years ago. He had returned from sea on the 29 October and had seen Ellen on the Saturday morning.

Sergeant Brown’s surprise was not as great as it could have been, since at ten o’clock the previous evening he had searched Rose’s home by candlelight after her friends had expressed their concern to the police. At nine o’clock that evening they had called on her but her door was locked. This was unusual so they borrowed a ladder and climbed into the front bedroom. The room appeared ransacked so they searched the rest of the house and could not find her, that was when they went for the police.

Anthony O’Rourke, an unemployed twenty-nine-year-old, was charged with the murder of Rose Hannah Harper, a fifty-five-year-old charwoman at her home at Westgate, Pickering on 4 June 1951. The case came to trial at Leeds. Justice Pearson presided, Harold Shepherd KC, prosecuted and John Parris defended O’Rourke. The prosecution case was that O’Rourke had attacked Rose, who was a friend and former landlady, to steal items from her home. At one, early on the Tuesday morning, O’Rourke had returned to her home (after Sergeant Brown had been to look for Rose at her home and O’Rourke turning up at the Police Station) in a taxi and removed several items including a radio, sewing machine and bedding.

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