Sunday, May 30, 2010
Tomorrow Is Another Day.
The Glasgow School.
Have been taking it easy today as I am very tired and have not been anywhere, hope to have a different day tomorrow.
Hope the weather will be better tomorrow and the rain will have stopped then.
Some days the news is too depressing, like since the beginning of the week, when police in Bradford, England announced that they were looking for three missing women.
The next announcement was they were holding a man in custody on suspicion of being connected with the women’s disappearance.
Guess like many others when it first was on the news, I hoped that the women would be found safe and well.
Hoped this even as they news came that body parts were found, and yesterday the police confirmed the body parts were of the woman that went missing on Monday.
The man they were holding has now been remanded in custody to prison, on suspicion of murdering one woman and maybe all three women.
The women all had worked as prostitutes and all had drug and alcohol problems, all will be sorely missed by their family and friends.
What makes thus news even worse is the fact that Bradford is the town that Peter Sutcliff terrorised with his brutal murders of thirteen women, some of whom were prostitutes in the 1970’s.
He was known as the Yorkshire Ripper, the recent news has brought all the old traumas back for the town to the surface again.
Still hoping the other two women will be found, but guess that is wishful thinking on my part, especially as they seem to have found more body parts.
At the moment because the sex trade is illegal, the workers can not ask for police protection as then they would be arrested.
If only both the drugs and the sex trade were legalised then both could be controlled, as it stands there are many people working in the sex trade who need both drugs to endure their work.
The only silver linings in this story are that people are being brought together in their disbelief at this horrible news.
Tomorrow is another day hope to roll around then and it is warm and dry.