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Old 05-26-2018, 05:01 PM
AmericanSherlock AmericanSherlock is offline
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I would say the difference here is that the phonecall the night before implied a cool, calculated and premeditated plan. So the idea of a highly strung robber, who hadn't pre-planned his actions striking 11 times out of panic seems unrealistic.

I don't find the idea of some serial attacker plausible either, since this was the only crime of this type in Liverpool in 1931 and didn't resemble the Anfield Housebreaker either (which was non violent anyway).
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