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  • DVV
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    Originally posted by richardnunweek View Post
    Hi,
    Yes .. he took his time coming forward, which is understandable
    Then you can't understand why Cadosh came forward in time, I presume.

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  • Stephen Thomas
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    He who laughs last has just seen the joke.

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  • Malcolm X
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    ``what can you tell me about this Jeckyl and Hyde geezer Mr King Willie, the monster that killed and gutted MJK, he looks like her pimp is he one of yours ?``

    ``No......them say when Mr Astrakhan man come callin', you cant see the eyes of the Demon, this be truly dread, him be close now, so you go Mr Abberline Policeman...... go now``
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    Last edited by Malcolm X; 02-13-2012, 10:29 PM.

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  • richardnunweek
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    Hi,
    Poor George, regardless of who he was, he was most likely to have been the most reliable witness in the whole case. and nobody believes him.
    Lets be honest, it is hardly likely that he was hanging around hoping to be allowed in Kelly's room, he never admitted to any association with her , apart from being a sucker for a sob story from a pretty girl.
    He was just curious and told the police just that, anyway he had no where else to go, he was just being close by ..just in-case, after all it was not the type of man normally seen in her company, even though he did not assume she was in any danger.
    Yes .. he took his time coming forward, which is understandable, but he did present himself, which must have took a great deal of courage, he was putting himself at the murder spot, at a relevant time , with no alibi, not only that, if he had seen the Ripper, and he was a witness to his identity, that may have scared the daylights out of him.
    I believe we have done Hutchinson an injustice over the years[ whoever he was] and instead of being negative, discuss what the implications of his sworn statement means..
    Regards Richard...Topping fan club

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  • Robert
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    For anyone who's interested, there is to be a new JTR film examining Mr A and GH, with soundtrack by the Rolling Sterns, Pet Sharp Boys, and Surly Bassey.

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  • Sally
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    Yes, it's true, Old Astroman was a fascinating enigma. Dazzlingly sharp and surly.

    No wonder poor George forgot where that lampost was...

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  • DVV
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    Hi Robert, thanks for this new masterpierce.

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  • DVV
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    Hi Richard, don't you sense the whole account is trimmed with astrakhan ?
    A man who is walking with a girl, kisses her, stops, talks, jokes with her, has his hand round her shoulder.... is unlikely to be remembered as a "very sharp walker".
    Come think of it.
    Last edited by DVV; 02-13-2012, 09:29 PM. Reason: my english is far too pure

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  • DVV
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    Hi Abby,
    Poor Astrakhan is togged up like a dummy and behaves like a Terminator.
    Not sure he was shopping sharply in Petticoat Late two days after the murder, though.
    The Sunday sighting is too stern in my opinion.

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  • Robert
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    He walked very sharp and bluntly told me to bugger off. Saw I was carrying a model ship. Looked at me stem and looked at me stern. Put his left arm round Kelly's shoulder. Put his right arm round Kelly's shoulder. Told Kelly how broad-shouldered she was. They both then went up the court. Kelly had to turn sideways because she was so broad. I followed them but no one came out. Nobody could, as Kelly was stuck in doorway. Therefore I left.

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  • richardnunweek
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    Hi DVV,
    Lets put those four observations into context.
    The laugh out loud was a reference to when Mr A, and Kelly first encountered each other, some distance away from Hutchinson, there is nothing wrong with that.[ although one is curious to what joke was shared]
    The stern look, was after Hutch stooped down to look at the man's face,which is quite understandable
    The walked sharp, may well be a reference to his style of walking not the pace he and Mary were covering the ground.
    The kiss again is nothing unusual, after all the stern look was not reflected at Kelly, and the laughter showed the man to be amicable .
    Regards Richard.

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  • Abby Normal
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    Originally posted by DVV View Post
    For sure, people who wear dark coats trimmed with astrakhan act strangely.
    Let's take, for example, the Dorset Street suspect, Mr Astrakhan.

    Here we have a man that bursts out laughing, but right after, looks at Hutch "stern".
    He plays with Mary, kisses her, however he is said to have a "very surley looking".
    Last but not least, he can walk "very sharp" with his arm around Mary's shoulder.

    Sequence :

    1: burst of laughter
    2: stern look
    3: kiss
    4: sharp walk with his arm around Mary

    Tomorrow is St Valentin's day. You all must make a test and try to walk sharp hand in hand with your sweetheart, and kiss her sternly all day.

    Then I'll wish you a hot and surley night, from the bottom of my kidney.
    This is gravely hilarious!

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  • DVV
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    You must keep posting sharp on this thread.

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  • lynn cates
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    don't say it

    Hello David. You are inviting me to make a pun, but I shan't. In consequence, I must exit the thread now--I am beginning to weaken.

    Cheers.
    LC

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  • DVV
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    I tend to agree, Lynn. I should give it some stern thoughts this afternoon, while walking my bitch. Thankfully, the weather is very surley here in Provence.

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