Originally Posted by Herlock Sholmes
But Eddowes was dead by 1.45am for example. Why would he kill Nichols so close to the time that he had to be at work when he couldn’t possibly have known if he might have needed to clean up before he clocked in?
I believe the argument is the night of the double event he wasn't working the next morning and was visiting mummy who lived nearby.
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