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Robert Sippel
Robert Sippel
First appearance "Animal Farm" (episode 2.07)
Last appearance "Escape from Oz" (episode 2.08)
Reason/Cause Released. In hospital after being attacked.
Details
Prisoner No. 88S510
Aliases None
Gender Male
Age 37
Date of Conviction March 10 1988
Affiliations The Christians
Spouse None
Relatives None
Kill Count 0
Episode Count 2 Episodes
Portrayed by David Lansbury
Robert Sippel was a religious inmate and a Pedophile featured in Oz. Portrayed by David Lansbury.

Character Summary Edit

Prisoner #88S510. Convicted March 10 1988, for sexual abuse in 2nd degree. Sentence: 15 years, up for parole in 10.

Sippel is a former Catholic priest, convicted after confessing that he molested a 14-year-old boy named Frances Hansell.

Plot Summary Edit

Season 2 Edit

After 10 years at Unit B, Robert Sippel is deemed eligible for parole. Governor James Devlin accepts a law that says that sex offenders must identify to the police before moving to a house. Father Ray Mukada says he's disgusted by Sippel. He is released, but has nowhere to go and comes back to talk to Sister Peter Marie, asking if he can sleep in his old cell. Mukada regrets being rude with Sippel, and hires him as his assistant.

While Sippel is in his cell, Vernon Schillinger says he is disgusted by what Sippel did. The two start a fight. After meeting with his victim, now an adult, Sippel is taken to the gym by Officer Karl Metzger, where Schillinger and the Aryans are waiting. They leave Sippel crucified across the floor. Sippel is moved to a hospital and is never seen again. It is assumed that he never implicates Schillinger or the Aryans.

The Christians

Jeremiah Cloutier - William Cudney - Jonathan Coushaine - Robert Sippel - Samuel Gougeon - Jim Burns - Timmy Kirk

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