Originally Posted by Harry D
Entirely subjective, but I can't see the Ripper killing that late in the morning. While you could argue that he replaced the cover of night with the inside of Miller's Court, it was riskier to kill at a time when there was an increased chance of someone comin' a knockin' for MJK.
agree. the ripper was a night stalker.
Plus times too tight for Maxwell and m. Lewis to have been correct IMHO.
Then there is the question of the large fire and burnt clothes and kettle, undoubtedly stoked up by the killer at night.