"If the police seriously believed that JtR was antisemitic, can you explain why both Swanson and Anderson considered Kosminski such a strong suspect? In fact, both of the aforementioned officers, who were leading the inquiry, seem to have little doubt that he was JtR."
Disagreements are NEVER a problem. However, mere assertion, constantly reiterating old material which has been refuted, and internal inconsistency ARE problems.
A yes internal inconsistencies are problems, especially when people keep going back to same tool that doesn't explain it.
Stride was bruised over both shoulders in addition to her front. Your video recreation doesn't indicate any such pressures on her. One hand is on the knife. The other pulling on her scarf when she goes down.
You seem to have no problem with a critic of Schwartz's view but omit said critic when it comes to your model.
No explanation is forthcoming on your part because you now need to modify your original hypothesis considerably.
Bona fide canonical and then some.
When Schwartz says he ran as far as the railway arch, isn't it the case that he would have run past his own house? This seems a little odd to me. I mean, if he felt in danger, wouldn't he instinctively regard his own home as a place of refuge?