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Just as you have no proof at all that he was the killer, so that puts you and Tom on an even footing. I love a happy ending, Fish
Yes, I noticed that you could not lay your hands on the book quickly enough.

Expectations, expectations - all in vain.

I know that Lechmere is not a proven killer, Gareth - I have actually pointed out as much numerous times. If he WAS, there would be no debate. The fact that I mentioned that he is not a mere proven witness either owed to the fact that Amazon marketed the book as such - it was said that Lechmere was "restored" to that status. Which, I´m sure, would have made your day. But alas...!

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Working my way through the book.

Plenty of information and ideas to ponder over. So far so good.

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Just as you have no proof at all that he was the killer, so that puts you and Tom on an even footing. I love a happy ending, Fish
My feet are bigger.

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Everything's bigger in America.
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I prefer large accomodation in the other end.
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I prefer large accomodation in the other end.
A big head is rarely something to be proud of, Fish.
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A big head is rarely something to be proud of, Fish.
A roomy one is not a disadvantage, though. Thinking with your feet is, no matter how large they are.
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Just read Tom posting on JTR. It seems he has no proof at all to discount Lechmere as the killer.


Tom:

Since someone appears a little squeamish regarding posting the location to the discussion on JTR Forums about your book, here's the spot :

http://www.jtrforums.com/showthread....362#post317362
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Thanks, How. Anyone wanting a quick nutshell about my Lechmere related stuff should visit that thread Howard posted.

Fish, I don't believe any is arguing that your head is quite roomy.

John G, your feedback is always most appreciated.

Steve, I hope I don't let you down.

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Thanks, How. Anyone wanting a quick nutshell about my Lechmere related stuff should visit that thread Howard posted.

Fish, I don't believe any is arguing that your head is quite roomy.

John G, your feedback is always most appreciated.

Steve, I hope I don't let you down.

Yours truly,

Tom Wescott
Hi Tom

Just finished a first reading.

Truly interesting stuff. Some really good points on Bucks Row I think.

The Goulston street bit was good and should at least make people look at all possabilties.

Berber steer was in great depth and some interesting observations.

As I said to you on here last year I think., greatly anticipated and now fullfied.

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