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Duh.. sorry I forgot to add that I meant files alot older then that. And not necessarily exclusive to murder. For instance important historical documents that are centuries old. Alot older then the ripper case.
Of course there are but then you are not comparing like with like. All institutions store documents in different ways.

The issue here, surely, is what has survived from the Metropolitan Police records. In this respect, there is nothing special about the Ripper files other than how much more has survived compared to other murders of the period.
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The issue here, surely, is what has survived from the Metropolitan Police records. In this respect, there is nothing special about the Ripper files other than how much more has survived compared to other murders of the period.
Except of course from the secret police files.
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Didn't the authors Ralph Strauss and Douglas Browne have access to the Scotland yard files on the case sometime before 1956, and that Douglas Browne cryptically said that Macnaghten appeared to identify Jack with the leader of a plot to assassinate Balfour at the Irish office. If what he said is true this file as never been traced nor was it likely to have been destroyed in the war. Unfortunately all the city police files where.
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Except of course from the secret police files.
Which were not Ripper files, thus confirming the point I made in my previous post.
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Hi David,

52983.

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Hi Simon,

45492.

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Hi David,

Your Co-Op dividend number?

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Your Co-Op dividend number?
No, I thought we were exchanging metropolitan police file reference numbers.

Was so excited when you started it.
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Hi David,

I was.

Were you?

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Absolutely Simon.

I'll take your 52983 and raise you.

Here's 57855.
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