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I still feel he had to be near the murder scene very close in time to when the murder was perpetrated. I haven't discounted Isaac Lewis Jacobs as the murderer, yet.
I wonder if you've read this article, Jerry: http://www.casebook.org/press_report.../18891104.html
Inspector Moore explains what a maze the Castle Alley district was, and therefore how easy it must have been for a perpetrator to disappear into the labyrinth undetected.
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I wonder if you've read this article, Jerry: http://www.casebook.org/press_report.../18891104.html
Inspector Moore explains what a maze the Castle Alley district was, and therefore how easy it must have been for a perpetrator to disappear into the labyrinth undetected.
I have and thanks, John. I've always love this article! I don't think they were speaking of Castle Alley though. I'll send you a PM on why.
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