Jack the Ripper: The Inquest Papers by C. Neil

Jack the Ripper: The Inquest Papers

byC. Neil

Kobo ebook | April 23, 2013

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Detective-Inspector Reid made a statement of the efforts made by the police to discover the perpetrator of the murder. Several persons had stated that they saw the deceased woman on the previous Sunday with a corporal, but when all the corporals and privates at the Tower and Wellington Barracks were paraded before them they failed to identify the man. The military authorities afforded every facility to the police. "Pearly Poll" picked out two men belonging to the Cold stream Guards at the Wellington Barracks. One of those men had three good conduct stripes, and he was proved beyond doubt to have been with his wife from 8 o'clock on the Monday night until 6 o'clock the following morning. The other man was also proved to have been in barracks at five minutes past 10 on Bank Holiday night. The police would be pleased if anyone would give them information of having seen anyone with the deceased on the night of Bank Holiday.

Title:Jack the Ripper: The Inquest PapersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 23, 2013Publisher:WhireLanguage:English

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