According to Mary Kelly. she was very fond of another man called Joe, who often ill-used her for her carrying on's with Barnett..
Yes, and Barnett did not say "Joe", but "Joseph Flemming" : "She told me that in Pennington Street she lived (...) with Joseph Flemming, she was very fond of him. He was a mason's plasterer. He lived in Bethnal Green Road."
Just to assume that the ex plasterer Fleming, who had the name Joe , must have been the man she was fond of, is far from conclusive.
It clearly is, just re-read what is quoted above.
You're thus both wrong and off-topic, Richard. Now if you want to follow Lechmere and argue that Fleming-the-plasterer-from-Bethnal-Green-Road wasn't Fleming-the-plasterer-from-Bethnal-Green-Road, please be fair and start another thread.
This one is about Fleming's possible coming forward as Hutch, nothing else.
If there was a thread called : "Why did Toppy come forward after the inquest ?", I wouldn't post that I don't believe Toppy was Hutch. That would be off-topic, so if I wanted to participate, I would have to accept the postulate and assume, for the sake of discussion, that Toppy was Hutch.