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  • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

    Hi Caz
    The only comparison between the murder of Stride and Eddowes is that they both occurred on the same night!

    www.trevormarriott.co.uk
    Well that was really helpful, Trev. Thanks for the tip.

    Love,

    Caz
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    "Comedy is simply a funny way of being serious." Peter Ustinov


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    • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

      Hi Caz
      The only comparison between the murder of Stride and Eddowes is that they both occurred on the same night!

      www.trevormarriott.co.uk
      Both known to engage in prostitution, both had their throats cut, both killed outdoors, both killed within a 15 minute walk of each other and less than an hour apart. Yeah, no comparison at al.
      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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      • olmes View Post
        Of course it’s irrelevant. No one has suggested that only the ripper cut throats but it’s narrowed down by the fact that Stride was possibly killed by someone that she didn’t know, and that she was a prostitute (whether full or part-time) and that her murder took place outdoors and in the early hours. And that the killer evaded capture. And that these took place within a small area. Stride came from the same class as the other victims, she engaged in prostitution, she was killed in the same small area, on the street. To say that she doesn’t ‘fit’ is bizarre.

        Are you speaking about the Liz Stride that had been gainfully employed "among the Jews" for some time prior to this night, the one that was seen talking to men but not going off with any of them, the one who left her lodgings with enough money for her doss and a suggestion she was staying elsewhere that night, the one with mints for her breath and a new flower on her jacket? The one with a boottop length skirt on? Or the one that had herself removed from an active prostitute register in Goteborg before coming to London as a nanny?

        Ah, the Rubenhold Defence. So we can ignore the above. A woman known to engage in prostitution seen in the company of more than one man. Maybe she was collecting for The Salvation Army? That she did work among the Jews doesn’t preclude her from prostitution unless the Jews were paying huge wages? But I forgot, you’re the man that won’t even accept that most people couldn’t afford to own a watch so anything is likely in your world.
        ...

        So instead of taking the entirely reasoned and reasonable view that Stride might or might not have been a victim we should completely eliminate an entirely plausible possibility (that the killer might have been interrupted) and so skew our opinion one way? This is completely illogical. Acknowledging reasonable possibilities however is sensible.

        The reason to exclude Liz Stride from a series of murders with abdominal mutilation is abundantly clear by the physical evidencee alone, the circumstantial evidence suggests that the killer was unseen on the street from 12:35 until he kills, which then suggests the killer was off the street with ease of access to the soon to be victim. FGrom the same property on which she is found is likely.

        No it isn’t. Unseen doesn’t mean non-existent. Not on Planet Earth anyway. BS Man was seen which is why you have to invent a desperate, baseless fantasy to try and sideline him.

        I just follow the veidence, you force it into whatever shape makes it palatable for you

        Which is exactly what you do to shoehorn your cover up so that in turn you can shoehorn Issendschmidt.
        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 caz View Post

          Well that was really helpful, Trev. Thanks for the tip.

          Love,

          Caz
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          That made me laugh.

          c.d.

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          • Originally posted by Al Bundy's Eyes View Post

            Hi Caz,

            Nothing naughty intended, just pointing Fiver in the right direction.

            I'd say the bigger comparison is Chapman and Eddowes, it's hard to see how they're not connected? Nose cuts? It's a minor difference that doesn't outweigh the similarities.

            Of course, Issenschmidt was tucked up in the sanitarium at that point.
            I agree, and if only Stride had been killed after Eddowes, there would have been less reason to connect them. But the reality is that they were connected in many minds because it was thought that Eddowes only became a victim as a result of the killer's lack of opportunity to do something similar earlier that night, with Stride. It remains a fact that any killer would have been taking an insane risk to hang about at the scene of her murder, for any reason, so the possibility cannot be ruled out that Stride stood her ground, which pissed off the man with mutilation in mind, who went off to find a more receptive victim.

            The author of the Saucy Jacky postcard had no trouble with the concept, many decades before the likes of Ted Bundy had their own genuine double events, so we should be able to grapple with it ourselves in the 21st century.

            Love,

            Caz
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            • Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

              Both known to engage in prostitution, both had their throats cut, both killed outdoors, both killed within a 15 minute walk of each other and less than an hour apart. Yeah, no comparison at al.
              Both killed using different knives
              Stride killed out of time with all the other victims
              Stride no body wounds
              Stride killed almost on a main street
              Stride the only victim killed south of The Whitechapel road
              Stride killed when the public were still moving about and club members were in an out of the club.

              I would say they are good reasons to suggest a different killer

              And this old tosh about being disturbed and unable to finish what he was intent on doing if farcical just an excuse to link her murder to the rest

              www.trevormarriott.co.uk

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              • Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

                Both known to engage in prostitution, both had their throats cut, both killed outdoors, both killed within a 15 minute walk of each other and less than an hour apart. Yeah, no comparison at al.
                Do you have evidence when Liz last solicited before that night? Gainfully employed for weeks or months prior to that day. Yes, she ONLY had her throat cut, and in the East End violence towards street women was well known and documented. Sorry...did you have any actual point to make?

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                • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

                  Both killed using different knives
                  Stride killed out of time with all the other victims
                  Stride no body wounds
                  Stride killed almost on a main street
                  Stride the only victim killed south of The Whitechapel road
                  Stride killed when the public were still moving about and club members were in an out of the club.

                  I would say they are good reasons to suggest a different killer

                  And this old tosh about being disturbed and unable to finish what he was intent on doing if farcical just an excuse to link her murder to the rest

                  www.trevormarriott.co.uk
                  Since you and I are on the same page with Stride Im reluctant to object to the list you made, but the Main Street issue isnt really valid, Polly was killed on sidewalk on the street. I think Id add one thing too......Stride is the only victim where many people known to be awake and out of sight of the street were there at the time of the murder. The club attendees still hanging around. Id say that within that group MUST BE your single cut killer.
                  Last edited by Michael W Richards; 04-20-2021, 04:57 PM.

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                  • Hello Trevor,

                    How is time and location in any way relevant? It only indicates a difference from other murders. Is there any reason to think that Jack operated on a strict timetable that couldn't be changed or that there were geographic barriers that he was unable or unwilling to cross?

                    c.d.

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                    • Originally posted by c.d. View Post
                      Hello Trevor,

                      How is time and location in any way relevant? It only indicates a difference from other murders. Is there any reason to think that Jack operated on a strict timetable that couldn't be changed or that there were geographic barriers that he was unable or unwilling to cross?

                      c.d.
                      You do realize you answered your own question? And you also realize that mid early morning murders are not just after midnight murders? The time may be very relevant to the killer and where he lives and what he does, whether you see that or not.

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                      • You do realize that you said may be, right?

                        c.d.

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                        • Originally posted by c.d. View Post
                          You do realize that you said may be, right?

                          c.d.
                          Well, it seems you dismissed the idea outright, (How is time and location in any way relevant? It only indicates a difference from other murders) I chose not to do that because it certainly may be relevant. To many questions...including the probable daily schedule of the assailant.

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                          • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

                            Both killed using different knives- this isn’t a fact.
                            Stride killed out of time with all the other victims- 40 minutes before Eddowes?? Be serious Trevor.
                            Stride no body wounds- interruption is entirely possible.
                            Stride killed almost on a main street- how was Berner Street any more a main street than Bucks Row?
                            Stride the only victim killed south of The Whitechapel road- and was there some kind of mysterious force field there?
                            Stride killed when the public were still moving about and club members were in an out of the club.- fair point.

                            I would say they are good reasons to suggest a different killer

                            As usual you’re wrong.

                            And this old tosh about being disturbed and unable to finish what he was intent on doing if farcical just an excuse to link her murder to the rest

                            www.trevormarriott.co.uk
                            The fact that interruption was possible shouldn’t even be up for question. Anyone that says it’s not possible is simply and very obvious wrong (probably due to bias)
                            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 Michael W Richards View Post

                              Well, it seems you dismissed the idea outright, (How is time and location in any way relevant? It only indicates a difference from other murders) I chose not to do that because it certainly may be relevant. To many questions...including the probable daily schedule of the assailant.
                              Well what evidence do we have or even a line of thinking that would show relevance? It may certainly be relevant I agree but simply citing a difference in times and location offers nothing in terms of a different killer.

                              c.d.

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                              • Originally posted by c.d. View Post

                                Well what evidence do we have or even a line of thinking that would show relevance? It may certainly be relevant I agree but simply citing a difference in times and location offers nothing in terms of a different killer.

                                c.d.
                                One example....he gets off work at 2am. Near Bucks Row.

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