Photographs of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe’s injuries following an attack by James Costello, a fellow inmate at Parkhurst Prison. He was attacked with a smashed coffee jar and sustained four wounds which required 30 stitches in total.

Sutcliffe was known as The Yorkshire Ripper, and was convicted of murdering 13 prostitutes after he experienced auditory hallucinations, that he interpreted as the voice of god, telling him to do it. He is currently serving a life sentence in Broadmoor Hospital, and unlike the majority of life sentence prisoners in the UK, he is expected to serve a whole life tariff and has been told he will never be released on probation. 

GUWAHATI/TEZPUR: The Indian Army on Thursday deployed military helicopters to hunt down NDFB(S) militants as the toll climbed to 78 in the carnage by Bodo militants and retaliatory attacks by adivasis in Assam.

A military official said helicopters were scouring the jungles of Assam to track down militants trying to flee to Bhutan and the neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh, which has thickly-forested mountains.

Fresh incidents of violence occurred on Thursday morning in Gossaigaon area in Kokrajhar where several houses of Bodos were set ablaze by adivasis as the backlash to the Tuesday massacre continued for the second day despite indefinite curfew clamped in the entire district.

Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday visited Sonitpur, one of the three violence-hit districts in lower Assam while reviewing the situation in the aftermath of the bloodbath by Bodo militants and declared that strong action will be taken against NDFB(S) under the Centre’s “zero tolerance” policy for such “crafted terror”.

"We will take strong measures to deal with the outfit and will control it effectively," Rajnath Singh told reporters.

"The killings by NDFB(S) is not an ordinary act of violence by a militant outfit, but an act of crafted terror and we will deal with it accordingly," Singh said.

"The Centre has adopted a zero-tolerance policy against all acts of terror and the similar policy will be adopted in this case too," he said.

Asked about operations against the outfit, Rajnath Singh said, “Operations will definitely be launched against the outfit but cannot say when.”

"Government has taken it very seriously … We have decided to act firm against them," he said.

The home minister has also requested external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj to seek help from Bhutan to tackle the banned militant group, a home ministry official said.

Singh spoke to Swaraj on Wednesday night and requested her for immediate consultation with the authorities in the Himalayan nation, the official said.

The Bodo militant outfit is believed to have set up a few bases in the dense forest along the India-Bhutan border. Officials said that whenever security forces carry out offensives against its cadres, they often sneak into the Bhutanese territory making it difficult to track them down.

In 2003-04, Bhutan had carried out a massive operation against Ulfa militants and completely wiped out their bases from that country.

According to the police spokesman, in the worst affected Sonitpur district, six more bodies were recovered this morning from Maitalu Basti under Zinzia police station bordering Arunachal Pradesh taking the toll in attacks by anti-talks Songbijit faction of National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) to 43 in the district and overall toll to 71.

Three adivasis were killed in police firing during protests against the carnage on Tuesday.

In Kokrajhar, the other severely affected district, retaliatory violence by adivasis claimed the lives of four Bodos at Manikpur and Dimapur areas.

A blood stained latex glove pictured outside Winnenden secondary school after the shooting. The Winnenden school shooting occurred on the morning of 11 March 2009 at a secondary school in Winnenden, Baden-Württemberg, in southwestern Germany, followed by a shootout at a car dealership in nearby Wendlingen.

The shooting spree resulted in 16 deaths, including the suicide of the perpetrator, 17-year-old Tim Kretschmer, who had graduated from the school one year earlier. He also injured nine people during the incident.


Lorena Bobbitt was sexually assaulted by her husband, John Bobbitt.  Afterwards, in the middle of the night, Lorena got a knife and cut off her husbands entire penis while he was sleeping.  It was reattached after almost 10 hours of surgery.
John Bobbitt went on to do porn.  He starred in “John Wayne Bobbitt: Uncut” and “Frankenpenis”.