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  • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

    and of course not forgetting that cutting a piece of an apron she was wearing would cause him great difficulty because as I keep saying the apron would have been the hardest of clothing to cut because the clothes were up above her waist and the apron would have been the furthest item of clothing away from him.

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    Desperate nonsense. The crims must have been really bricking it when they knew Big T was after them. lol

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    • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

      You are the one disputing it, its for you to prove that I am wrong

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      Not so, because you have not proved that the ideas you claim are flawed are.

      If you are going to claim something is proven to be flawed, it's for you to prove it.

      In this case you have claimed that NO matter what the use of the apron, if the killer dropped it, there must be blood on both sides.
      You have not proved that, it's simply your opinion.
      Given the purpose for taking the apron is unknown, to suggest it must be marked on both side is a speculative conclusion, based on incomplete evidence

      As such it remains just your opinion.


      Steve
      Last edited by Elamarna; 12-09-2022, 01:19 PM.

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      • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

        I have attached a series of photos taken in a mortuary to prove my theory, as can be seen the blood is not blood red it is deoxygenated due to it not coming directly from a freshly killed body.

        The first series is to negate the theory that the killer wiped his bloody knife on the apron piece, and as can be seen with blood on both his hands and how he would have had to hold the knife and the apron piece he could not have failed to transfer blood onto both sides of the apron piece

        The second series shows just how much blood would have likely been on his hands after having them inside the abdomen and trying to remove organs this series also shows the effect on a piece of material by wiping bloody hands on it. Now I appreciate that the pic showing bloody hands may be an exaggeration due to the expert wearing rubber gloves which as can be seen blood is less absorbed by these types of gloves. So the first series shows the effect on a cloth with less blood residue on the hands

        The point of this exercise was to show that the description of the apron piece was not consistent with it being used to wipe a bloody knife or to wipe blood-stained hands and these pictures clearly show that no matter how the killer held the apron piece and for what purpose he could not have failed to transfer blood onto both side of the apron piece

        and like I have said before if he wanted to wipe his knife or his hands he could have done that on her clothing before leaving the crime scene

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        Your photos simply demonstrate one method of wiping the blade, and wiping the blade is not the only option suggested is it.

        Second set show one method of wiping bloodied hands.

        3rd set again show one method of handling the cloth.

        However, these are not the only possible methods.

        Like normal Trevor, you simplify everything.

        The piece of cloth in most of the photos is not the correct size by looking at it.and therefore is not a true competitor for your test. If it is tye correct size and material, i of course withdraw that statement.

        Again you assume both hands were be covered in blood, which need not be so, indeed you also say he could have wiped his hands on something else before leaving the site, which I agree with btw.


        Your comment that the blood is not "Blood Red" because its deoxyginated is totally pointless. like many who attempt to make biological points, you yourself dont actually understand the science involved.

        Your photos demonstrate nothing other than you ability to believe your take on issues is the only take.

        Steve​


        Last edited by Elamarna; 12-09-2022, 01:25 PM.

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        • Let me try and be conciliatory here Trevor.

          You present a theory that the condition of the Apron is not consistent with it being taken to Goulston Street by the killer.

          You make arguments to back that view up, but they are from a limited viewpoint.

          The assumptions you make, I detailed in a previous post.
          However, you appear to ignore those points, and instead present a series of photos, clearly planned and staged to illustrate your argument. I like that I must say.

          However, those photos, do not and cannot do anything other the illustrate the point you wish to make.
          They do not show alternative methods for wiping hands, or for wiping a knife( wiping the knife, always seems a weak option to me anyway).
          More importantly they do not show all the methods of handling the cloth, do they?

          To a great degree you undermine your own argument by accepting that the killer could have wiped his hands and knife, on other parts of her clothing. If he had done such, then the idea that he would then have to mark the apron on both sides fails rather spectacularly.

          The problem is we do not know the purpose for taking the apron, and I suspect never will; which means trying to judge how it would be marked is a fruitless exercise.

          If as some have suggested it was taken to demonstrate to the police, that the message was from the killer( one I do not agree with, as I remain unconvinced the killer wrote the GSG, but one I do not complete dismiss as being improbable.) then all of the arguments you make are rendered irrelevant.

          My dear Trevor, and I do actually like you , you have allowed your belief in your own ideas to override the level that is required to achieve proof.
          Present your ideas as that, your theories, but it's your insistence that you are correct that and everyone else is wrong, that you have proved issues, when you simply have not, that explains the response you get.

          I loved your use of 5 experts to discuss the medical issues, I believe that is by far the best thing you have every done in.this field, and it needs to be applauded far more than it as been.


          Steve

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          • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post
            If you think that you have been misinformed
            Everything I said comes from the Inquest testimony as presented here on this site.

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            • Originally posted by harry View Post
              Even if the P.C. Long called to assist, saw the apron piece in Long's possession,he could not swear as to how P.C.Long came to have it.Long was reportedly alone until joined by that P.C.
              We also have testimony under oath by two men that the the Goulston Street piece matched the apron that Eddowes was wearing

              Originally posted by harry View Post
              As to those viewing the body in Mitre Square,the significant point to me, is none testified to Eddowes wearing an apron at that time.
              Read the Inquest report.

              Inspector Collard of the City Police and Dr Brown both testified that Eddowes had been wearing an apron that was missing a piece and that the Goulston Street piece fit with the piece still attached to the body.

              PC Watkin of the City Police, watchman Morris, PC Holland of the City Police, PC Harvey of the City Police, Sgt Jones of the City Police, and Dr Sequiera saw Eddowes' body before it was moved from the murder site. Davis, the mortuary keeper saw the body when it arrived. If Colland and Brown were lying about Eddowes wearing an apron, the other seven men would have known they were lying.

              Originally posted by harry View Post
              Collards evidence,as Trevor has said,is ambiguous,and does not clearly show an apron being worn.
              Read the Inquest report. Collard's evidence is clear. Brown's evidence is clear.

              Originally posted by harry View Post
              ​The body,when Brown supposedly made his discovery,was nude,having been stripped beforehand,so Brown could not match with an apron,or piece of apron being worn.
              Read the Inquest Report. Dr Brown first saw the body at the crime scene, fully clothed.

              The clothes were removed from the body at the post-mortem. Dr Brown was in charge of the ppst-mortem. Dr Brown was assisted by Dr Sequiera and Dr Phillips and a Dr Sauders was also present.

              Trevor's theory requires Long, Collard, Brown, Watkin, Morris, Holland, Harvey, Jones, Sequeira, and Davis to be lying.
              Last edited by Fiver; 12-09-2022, 03:22 PM.

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              • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

                The theory was factored on the misguided belief that the killer dropped the apron piece and an indication as to which direction of travel he took after the murder

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                Not misguided. He did drop it.
                Regards

                Sir Herlock Sholmes

                “It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.”

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                • and the inquest testimony as reported in the various newspapers reports is conflicting

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                  • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post
                    Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

                    How would the apron have been the hardest to get at? It was worn on the outside and so, if he cut it before proceeding to mutilate, it would have been the easiest.

                    Why would he do that there is no logical explanation for him to do that, if he was conscious of the fact that he might end up with blood on his hands or knife then he could have decided in advance to wipe his hands and knife on her outer clothing without the need to go to all the trouble of cutting a piece "just in case" and we see no evidence of aprons or clothing being cut in any of the other murders.

                    You conveniently ignore the obvious point that has been made previously numerous times. In the poorly lit Mitre Square it would have been very easy for the killer to not have noticed some blood on his clothing or shoes. So it would have made absolute sense to have checked himself over away from the crime scene where he could see better and he would have been some distance from arriving police officers.

                    Why didn’t he do this at previous sites? I don’t know. Maybe he took a piece of cloth on those occasions but this time he forgot? Maybe Mitre Square was darker than other sites so he realised that it wasn’t the ideal place to check himself over? Simple, obvious stuff.


                    Killer strangles victim…….cuts a piece of cloth and puts it in his pocket blood free….wipes his hands on her clothing removing most of it…….goes to Goulston Street…….spots a bit of blood/faeces somewhere on his person…….wipes it off leaving the traces found on the cloth, by which time the remaining blood on his hands had dried.
                    Nice try, now who is fitting the facts to suit a theory this reeks of desperation to prop up the old theory

                    You claim that we should look at alternative explanations. Does that only apply to you?

                    He couldn't have put the piece in his pocket as you suggest because according to another one of your made-up theories he had taken his coat off


                    Firstly, all theories are made up.

                    Secondly, I didn’t suggest him removing the coat as a fact; only a possibility.

                    Thirdly, according to you then the killer would be saying “Oh damn! I can’t put my gloves in my coat pocket because my coat is lying on the floor 10 inches away. Oh what shall I do?” Be serious Trevor when you undertaking those contortions.

                    Regards

                    Sir Herlock Sholmes

                    “It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.”

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                    • Originally posted by Elamarna View Post

                      However, those photos, do not and cannot do anything other the illustrate the point you wish to make.
                      They do not show alternative methods for wiping hands, or for wiping a knife( wiping the knife, always seems a weak option to me anyway).
                      More importantly they do not show all the methods of handling the cloth, do they?

                      They don't need to show different methods of handling the cloth with bloody hands the killer could not have failed to transfer traces of blood and faecal matter to both sides of the apron piece

                      To a great degree you undermine your own argument by accepting that the killer could have wiped his hands and knife, on other parts of her clothing. If he had done such, then the idea that he would then have to mark the apron on both sides fails rather spectacularly.

                      But he could have done both and still left traces on both sides of the apron piece, and based on what has been presented there still, in my opinion, no plausible explanation as to how blood and faecal matter were only on one side of the apron piece. If he had wiped his hands on the clothing what would be the need to cut a piece of the apron and do the wiping again, and why wait till he got to GS before depositing it he would have finished wiping his hands and knife long before he ot to GS

                      The problem is we do not know the purpose for taking the apron, and I suspect never will; which means trying to judge how it would be marked is a fruitless exercise.

                      If as some have suggested it was taken to demonstrate to the police, that the message was from the killer( one I do not agree with, as I remain unconvinced the killer wrote the GSG, but one I do not complete dismiss as being improbable.) then all of the arguments you make are rendered irrelevant.

                      My dear Trevor, and I do actually like you , you have allowed your belief in your own ideas to override the level that is required to achieve proof.
                      Present your ideas as that, your theories, but it's your insistence that you are correct that and everyone else is wrong, that you have proved issues, when you simply have not, that explains the response you get.

                      I am more than happy to defend my position on these issues

                      I loved your use of 5 experts to discuss the medical issues, I believe that is by far the best thing you have every done in.this field, and it needs to be applauded far more than it as been. Steve
                      And I thank you for that compliment




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                      • Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

                        Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

                        How would the apron have been the hardest to get at? It was worn on the outside and so, if he cut it before proceeding to mutilate, it would have been the easiest.

                        Why would he do that there is no logical explanation for him to do that,

                        Exactly

                        [COLOR=#2980b9]You conveniently ignore the obvious point that has been made previously numerous times. In the poorly lit Mitre Square it would have been very easy for the killer to not have noticed some blood on his clothing or shoes. So it would have made absolute sense to have checked himself over away from the crime scene where he could see better and he would have been some distance from arriving police officers.

                        Why take so long before depositing it in GS?

                        He couldn't have put the piece in his pocket as you suggest because according to another one of your made-up theories he had taken his coat off


                        That was made up by you

                        Firstly, all theories are made up.

                        and you certainly know how to make them up at least I stick to the same ones

                        Secondly, I didn’t suggest him removing the coat as a fact; only a possibility.

                        Thirdly, according to you then the killer would be saying “Oh damn! I can’t put my gloves in my coat pocket because my coat is lying on the floor 10 inches away. Oh what shall I do?” Be serious Trevor when you undertaking those contortions.
                        That was a throw-away comment based on your previous theory that the killer would have taken his coat off

                        I am more than happy to listen to plausible explanations and comment on them but some of yours are off the wall now

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                        • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

                          That was a throw-away comment based on your previous theory that the killer would have taken his coat off

                          I am more than happy to listen to plausible explanations and comment on them but some of yours are off the wall now

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                          From the man who invented the ‘sanitary towel’ theory. I give up Trevor. You are impervious to reason and obsessed with propping up your own theories (which no one ever agrees with) That a man could wear gloves is science fiction according to you. That a man could take off a coat then put it back on is the equivalent juggling fire. Every witness that doesn’t support your theory automatically get labelled ‘unsafe.’ Police officers prop up theories which don’t help them one bit for absolutely no reason. In your world it’s a fantasy that two police officers could recall that a woman that they spent time with at close quarters was wearing an apron. It’s unbelievable that a doctor could correctly match up two pieces of cloth. But it’s perfectly reasonable to suggest that a woman who lived hand-to-mouth, and who was carrying 15 or 16 pieces of material on her person, would resort to cutting up her own clothing (and without a knife.)

                          Im tired of the rabbit hole.
                          Regards

                          Sir Herlock Sholmes

                          “It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.”

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                          • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

                            They don't need to show different methods of handling the cloth with bloody hands the killer could not have failed to transfer traces of blood and faecal matter to both sides of the apron piece
                            There you go again, of course it's possible to handle the cloth without transferring biological material to both sides.
                            That you cannot see that is a very serious flaw in your reasoning.

                            Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post


                            But he could have done both and still left traces on both sides of the apron piece, and based on what has been presented there still, in my opinion, no plausible explanation as to how blood and faecal matter were only on one side of the apron piece. If he had wiped his hands on the clothing what would be the need to cut a piece of the apron and do the wiping again, and why wait till he got to GS before depositing it he would have finished wiping his hands and knife long before he ot to GS
                            I see you give this response before the parts of my post which give a clear explanation for this. By doing so you are avoided having to acknowledge that explanation.

                            But firstly let's address your point.
                            You are assuming he takes the Apron to wipe his hands. He may well not have done, that's just one option.

                            Of course there are plausible explanations for how stains only got on one side, one explanation is the apron was cut first and put aside, then came into contact with the material as the killer picked it up, either having wiped his hands first, or the contact was partly, if not wholly from his hands as he picked it up by the edge.

                            Or it was cut later, and it avoided the majority of the spill, only one section being affected or the same applied as above.

                            You may consider these implausible, I am sure you do, but that does not mean they are. They are certainly possible.

                            If any of those are true neither you or I know, to argue that such is in your opinion unlikely is fine.
                            However, to present such as fact, when its just one of several suggestions, is poor methodlogy for serious reserch.
                            It may be acceptable for documentaries and books aimed at general readship, but its not what is expected in real research

                            Then we move on to the issue you avoided, the theory it was taken to link the GSG to the murder.
                            While I don't subscribe to it myself, we can't just dismiss it, for the fact remains, without the apron, no one would have even looked at the GSG.

                            Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

                            I am more than happy to defend my position on these issues
                            That is very clear, but that's not actually addressing the issue Trefor.

                            You clearly feel that everyone who does not agree with you is not only wrong, but is attempting to stop you from telling the world the truth. That somehow, for some strange reason they want to hide behind theories you dismiss.
                            The real issue is that your theories, do not actually meet the standard required to be accepted as FACT.
                            Neither do they reach the level required to challenge many of the "old theories ".

                            Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

                            And I thank you for that compliment
                            You are welcome, I give great praise to your use of the experts in my own work.
                            Praise where it's due.

                            Steve

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                            • Originally posted by Elamarna View Post

                              There you go again, of course it's possible to handle the cloth without transferring biological material to both sides.
                              That you cannot see that is a very serious flaw in your reasoning.

                              Not if both your hands are bloodstained doesn't matter how you hold it or what you have done with it before

                              I see you give this response before the parts of my post which give a clear explanation for this. By doing so you are avoided having to acknowledge that explanation.

                              Already answered as above

                              But firstly let's address your point.
                              You are assuming he takes the Apron to wipe his hands. He may well not have done, that's just one option.

                              Either his knife or his hands and I am glad you agree that he might not have done if that is the case it casts a doubt about Dr Browns comment that the residue on one side of the apron piece could have been made by a hand or the wiping of a knife which is why

                              Of course, there are plausible explanations for how stains only got on one side, one explanation is the apron was cut first and put aside, then came into contact with the material as the killer picked it up, either having wiped his hands first, or the contact was partly, if not wholly from his hands as he picked it up by the edge.

                              But you dont seem to be able to grasp the fact that it is academic as to when he cut the apron piece the point is that with blood on his hands he could not have failed to transfer blood to both sides no matter when or how he handled the apron piece

                              Or it was cut later, and it avoided the majority of the spill, only one section being affected or the same applied as above.

                              already replied

                              You may consider these implausible, I am sure you do, but that does not mean they are. They are certainly possible.

                              If any of those are true neither you or I know, to argue that such is in your opinion unlikely is fine.
                              However, to present such as fact, when its just one of several suggestions, is poor methodlogy for serious reserch.
                              It may be acceptable for documentaries and books aimed at general readship, but its not what is expected in real research

                              I have considered the facts surrounding the old accepted theory and taking into "account" all of the facts surrounding the murder I see flaws in the evidence and facts you and others seek to rely on, and so my suspicious mind which has been with me for decades tells me to dig deeper into the facts and evidence and try to prove the old accepted theory but I come to the conclusion that it is unprovable in my opinion, the old accepted theory is unsafe to rely on

                              I again refer to Dr Browns comment that the smears/spot of the apron piece which had the appearance of a hand or knife being wiped on it and this is what I am challenging by what I suggest and the photos produced add corroboration

                              Then we move on to the issue you avoided, the theory it was taken to link the GSG to the murder.
                              While I don't subscribe to it myself, we can't just dismiss it, for the fact remains, without the apron, no one would have even looked at the GSG.​

                              I have already given my reasons as to why the killer did not drop it we are getting to the state where this thread has gone on for so long I am having to keep repeating myself and to be honest, it is becoming repetitive and tiresome simply because posters keep posting the same old same in feeble attempts to prop up the old theory in reply to my posts, all we are doing is going around in circles.

                              To be honest I don't care one way or the other if researchers want to accept without question the old accepted theory that's fine but I am happy with the results from my investigation into this murder


                              That is very clear, but that's not actually addressing the issue Trefor.

                              You clearly feel that everyone who does not agree with you is not only wrong, but is attempting to stop you from telling the world the truth. That somehow, for some strange reason they want to hide behind theories you dismiss.

                              Theories that are put forward in a desperate attempt to prop up the old theory

                              The real issue is that your theories, do not actually meet the standard required to be accepted as FACT.
                              Neither do they reach the level required to challenge many of the "old theories ".

                              We will agree to disagree on that point and my theories in my opinion are far more plausible than most of that have been put forward on this thread to prop up the old theory

                              You are welcome, I give great praise to your use of the experts in my own work.
                              Praise where it's due.

                              Steve
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                              • Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

                                From the man who invented the ‘sanitary towel’ theory. I give up Trevor. You are impervious to reason and obsessed with propping up your own theories (which no one ever agrees with) That a man could wear gloves is science fiction according to you. That a man could take off a coat then put it back on is the equivalent juggling fire. Every witness that doesn’t support your theory automatically get labelled ‘unsafe.’ Police officers prop up theories which don’t help them one bit for absolutely no reason. In your world it’s a fantasy that two police officers could recall that a woman that they spent time with at close quarters was wearing an apron. It’s unbelievable that a doctor could correctly match up two pieces of cloth. But it’s perfectly reasonable to suggest that a woman who lived hand-to-mouth, and who was carrying 15 or 16 pieces of material on her person, would resort to cutting up her own clothing (and without a knife.)

                                Im tired of the rabbit hole.
                                Well maybe you should retreat back down it and take a break because your posts are becoming more and more delusional

                                I see you have found the emoji button, the idea is you pick one add it and then take your finger off the button

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