This is an interesting video posted on YouTube of Joseph Druce being extracted by correctional officers from the cell of 68-year-old convicted child molester John Geoghan, a former priest.
The urgency of the officers’ actions, which is so evident in the video, is because Joseph Druce is, while the officers are outside the door to this cell, beating, kicking and strangling John Geoghan to death.
It’s really too bad that the officers couldn’t get the door to the cell open sooner.
John Geoghan, ordained in 1962, was one of those priests that the Boston Catholic authorities passed around from church to church, because he couldn’t keep his hands off little boys.
Wendy Carr stood with the accused serial killer while he was in prison for the first thirteen years of their marriage.
She was able to ignore the fact that Mark Goudeau pled no-contest for a 1989 incident where he hit a woman over the head with a shotgun while trying to force her to snort cocaine, sexually assaulting her while she was unconscious and later hitting her over the head with a barbell and trying to drown her in a bathtub.
Kidnapping, rape, sexual assault, attempted murder.
So, she’s a good woman, stuck with a bad man.
I’m sure Oprah is dying to get Wendy Carr onto her couch.
In 1991, Coutts admitted to psychiatrists that he enjoyed thinking ‘murderous thoughts’ about women ‘every day since being a teenager.’
According to Graham Coutts, he was aroused by the idea of strangling women and told doctors that he was worried the fetish could lead to ‘criminal behavior.’
Graham spent hours roaming on the Internet, looking for images of dead women, strangled, strung-up or lying on mortuary tables. He bought snuff videos, two of which were titled ‘Psycho Sisters’ and ‘Murder x2.’
On the 14th of March, 2003, Graham Coutts turned his little fantasy into reality. That was the day that Jane Longhurst, a friend of Lisa Stephens (Graham’s pregnant girlfriend) called. Graham arranged to pick Jane up, drove her back to his house, then jumped on her.