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  • The presumption that Kates killer would have known the beats in Mitre Square on that night is unlikely, those beats changed and the right-hand/left-hand designations would be provided on the night of the shift. If he watched the area for a while that might help that case, but then he would have been noticed by someone one would think. If he kills Kate after Watkins pass around 1:20ish,and he has until 1:43ish to do his nasties, its not a problem reconciling the amount of cutting work and time available. DJA suggested that the Goulston GSG and the apron section were placed to misdirect, or as "decoy", I think its more likely that they were placed precisely where they were to assign the the "blame" that the GSG says was lacking. At a development populated almost exclusively by Immigrant Jews.
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    • Edward Watkin (sic) at the Inquest ..... "That beat takes twelve or fourteen minutes."
      Last edited by DJA; 01-17-2020, 05:06 PM.
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      • Watkins began his night at 10:00pm, so if it took him lets say 14 minutes per pass, the maximum time he estimated per pass, (assuming he didn't stop and chat anywhere, or get a tea),... then he would have last been in the square at 1:24. He said it was 1:30am. That 1:24 time would be 13 passes of 14 minutes each.

        For me I doubt each pass was exactly uniform in time and I doubt he hadn't stopped somewhere during those 3 1/2 hours from his start time.
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