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there should be a like button on here john...batman - i have proven evil sods happen all over time and time again - and at the same time,...keep with that if you wish, well who am i to say or indeed any of us.
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end of - jtr - was long time gone or dead by the time this guy got going..just gone - thats' where you will find him...on a death register he wont be mad ..just a bloke on a list.
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Not only is this highly speculative, I hardly think he would use slow poisoning as a method for killing people who were suspicious of him! And why would they be suspicious? JtR was no longer active during this period, and he would have to have been extremely careless to attract suspicion from several different women.

No, slow poisoners are sadistic, that's what motivates them.
Its as speculative as any reason given for why he killed his wives.

I asked a question. Is it unexampled for SKs to kill people who could possibly reveal who they are?

Also, as I said, they don't need to be suspicious of him. All that is required for this to work is that he thinks they are.

Why use poison? Maybe because slashing their necks would only be worse for him.

The wives/GFs of many SKs have come forward to say what was off about this person. Like Ted Bundy exploring his GFs with a mask and flashlight on.
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and did you not say batman that two would never coincide in an area of this by that how can you put the odds at 1/000 to one - a reduction from yout first estimate;
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Its as speculative as any reason given for why he killed his wives.

I asked a question. Is it unexampled for SKs to kill people who could possibly reveal who they are?

Also, as I said, they don't need to be suspicious of him. All that is required for this to work is that he thinks they are.

Why use poison? Maybe because slashing their necks would only be worse for him.

The wives/GFs of many SKs have come forward to say what was off about this person. Like Ted Bundy exploring his GFs with a mask and flashlight on.
So nobody had a clue who JtR was, except for his 3 wives? And this during a period when he was no longer active. I'm afraid that makes no sense at all. Can you give examples of serial killers who targeted both strangers and family members?
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its not him, you know it, i know it, the world knows it , find some evidence - real evidence and you cant.
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So nobody had a clue who JtR was, except for his 3 wives?
For the second time I have never said this. Please read again what I wrote, thanks.
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its not him, you know it, i know it, the world knows it , find some evidence - real evidence and you cant.
I don't know its not him. He is a major suspect in nearly every single important book on the Whitechapel murders.

Also I once favoured Kozminski, for a very long time, but have changed my mind recently.
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is he?? or does he just get mentioned?
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is he?? or does he just get mentioned?
In most of the major books I have read from Sugden, Begg, Rumbelow, etc., he is given a chapter if not significant coverage in one.

He gets listed in the top 3 which is usually Chapman, Kozminski, Tumblety... or Druitt is sometimes found in that lot too.
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