The time when Lechmere left home is believed to be crucial for hypothesizing that Lechmere killed Polly Nichols and therefore was Jack the Ripper.

Lechmere has been described as a liar. He lied about seeing a policeman in Buck´s Row and he lied about his name.

In a thread about Lechmere leaving his home and arriving at the murder site in Buck´s Row, Fisherman is writing:

The time when Lechmere left home is, as I said, crucial for the hypothesis that Lechmere was the killer.

But there is a time paradox in this hypothesis, and thereby in the whole theory. The paradox has to do with Lechmere being a liar:

Regards, Pierre

Lechmere has been described as a liar. He lied about seeing a policeman in Buck´s Row and he lied about his name.

In a thread about Lechmere leaving his home and arriving at the murder site in Buck´s Row, Fisherman is writing:

*Even on the basis of this modern timing, if he left home on that morning about 3.30 then he would have been in Buck’s Row about 3.36.*The time when Lechmere left home is, as I said, crucial for the hypothesis that Lechmere was the killer.

But there is a time paradox in this hypothesis, and thereby in the whole theory. The paradox has to do with Lechmere being a liar:

**If it is true that Lechmere was a liar, how could the statement he gave about the time when he left home have been true, given that his statement allows for an interpretation of Lechmere being the killer?****If it is true that Lechmere was a liar and indeed the killer, why should he have given a statement about the time when he left home, that allowed for this interpretation?**__Fisherman has based the whole theory on Lechmere telling the truth although he has postulated that Lechmere was a liar.__Regards, Pierre

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