Originally Posted by Joshua Rogan
So as I see it, when Dr Brown talks of matching that piece with the piece still attached to the body, he must mean attached when the body was found, not when the pieces were matched.
An that's quite possibly correct. However, whether the apron was still tied to Eddowes' body whilst
the GS apron piece was matched, or the apron had just been taken off the body and the GS piece then
matched, it still means that the GS piece was originally part of Eddowes' apron. Of all the pieces of evidence adhering to the Ripper case, this is surely one of the most straightforward.