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The point of this thread is set out very clearly in the OP in which I asked if anyone has any information about the Curtis Bennett inquiry.
Yes, that much I understand

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Whether the result of that inquiry has any connection to the Whitechapel murders remains to be seen but I can tell you for certain that the Curtis Bennett inquiry is 100% relevant to this forum
I also realise that certain incidents which at first glance might seem irrelevant to the case sometimes, very rarely in fact I might add, prove useful.


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and if you are able to contain yourself a little bit longer you actually might learn something about that.
In this instance, I won't hold my breath. Another red herring I'll warrant.
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Thank you for your invaluable contribution to this thread Observer.
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Don't get me wrong, hopefully your discovery might shed a small beam of light into the case. However, I want to know who the killer was, and I doubt whether an enquiry into police corruption will achieve this end
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Don't get me wrong, hopefully your discovery might shed a small beam of light into the case. However, I want to know who the killer was, and I doubt whether an enquiry into police corruption will achieve this end
Oh, Observer, I do sincerely apologise for starting a thread on this forum which does not reveal who the killer was. I had truly forgotten that this was the criteria for posting.
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Oh, Observer, I do sincerely apologise for starting a thread on this forum which does not reveal who the killer was. I had truly forgotten that this was the criteria for posting.
Oh come now, enough of the sarcasm, it doesn't become you (not much). The thing is this forum is starting to get a tad boring don't you know. Detailed accounts of walking speeds, pedantic argument about triangular reference points of sound when considering whether the cry of "oh murder" emanated from Mary Kelly's room. Now a thread regarding enquiries into police corruption the content of which have now reached 44 posts without an inkling as to what the hell they have to do with the case. At least give us an inkling as to where you are leading with this, and relieve the very nervous tension you are trying to generate .....not.

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Have you quite finished disrupting this thread Observer?

I'll post what I want to at my own pace.
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Have you quite finished disrupting this thread Observer?

I'll post what I want to at my own pace.
Yes, quite finished, bore on. Err at your own pace.
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By the way, I hope you don't give me the chance to say "told you so"
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Clearly you haven't finished disrupting this thread. If it's boring you - and it seems other threads are boring you too - just go away.
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I'll go away if it suits me, you have no bearing on the matter.
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