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Old 09-22-2017, 11:57 AM
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What has that crime scene / mortuary photograph got to do with a discussion about whether or not JtR was responsible for the GSG?
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What has that crime scene / mortuary photograph got to do with a discussion about whether or not JtR was responsible for the GSG?
Very true Colin, it us letting Trevor draw us off topic to promote his ideas. I apologise for letting myself be drawn in.

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Shame on your for suggesting that the body is at a mortuary or has been especially laid out The content of the book relates to crime scenes not mortuary photos.

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Shame on you for this and shame on you for that. Such a very interesting discussion.

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Very true Colin, it us letting Trevor draw us off topic to promote his ideas. I apologise for letting myself be drawn in.

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Trevor is doing the best he can, I think. He has no training in history. What can you expect. This is the case with many ripperologist.

I think Trevor is enjoying himself and I donīt believe he believes his own ideas.

One who does believe his own ideas is Fisherman. He believes them a lot I think.
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What has that crime scene / mortuary photograph got to do with a discussion about whether or not JtR was responsible for the GSG?
Nothing.

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Who votes in the debate, a handful of naysayers from here, against the general public who have no hidden agendas.


Yes those who do not have knowledge on a subject and beleive the biggest lies ( not saying you btw) such as 350million to NHS.

That is a real guide to the truth in some parts of USA and Africa they beleive the world is less than 10 000 years old. Knowledge is everything, belief proves nothing.

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Knowledge is everything. Yes, interesting point of view. I tend to agree. The problem is that knowledge often is based on some sort of belief. Belief in the methods for example.

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Trevor is doing the best he can, I think. He has no training in history. What can you expect. This is the case with many ripperologist.

I think Trevor is enjoying himself and I donīt believe he believes his own ideas.

One who does believe his own ideas is Fisherman. He believes them a lot I think.


We agree there. He does genuinely believe.
However let's not forget he once believed just as strongly it was someone else.

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... If someone wanted to remove a kidney the modern day method is to enter the body from the back. Entering from the front makes it a more difficult procedure.
Rubbish!
The body is already on it's back, the abdomen sliced open, and you "think" the best way to get at the kidney at this time, is to roll the body over, and spill all her innards all over his shoes, then try cut your way through the back of the jacket, dresses, underwear, etc....or, pull all her clothing up again to expose her back?
That's ridiculous Trevor, she's on her back, the abdomen is already open, the kidney is just inches away.

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The left kidney is also the more difficult of the two kidneys to remove because of what organs are located around it.
A killer sending a message to authorities will remove the most difficult organ "with care" - he's basically saying, "I'm no lunatic". Contesting what had been suggested in the press.
There was no obvious reason to remove that kidney, except to make a statement of his true medial abilities.
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Trevor is doing the best he can, I think. He has no training in history. What can you expect. This is the case with many ripperologist.

I think Trevor is enjoying himself and I donīt believe he believes his own ideas.

One who does believe his own ideas is Fisherman. He believes them a lot I think.
But then I've seen those who claim to be historians get it all wrong about Primary and Secondary sources.
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We agree there. He does genuinely believe.
However let's not forget he once believed just as strongly it was someone else.

Steve
hi El
I may be wrong but I believe before Lech, Fish didn't have any other candidate he felt strongly about.
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