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Old 07-22-2018, 01:38 AM
harry harry is offline
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What would have been the opinion of police,on Monday 12th about the man reported by Lewis as standing outside Crossinghams,in the period before Hutchinson fronted up.? When they found he was residing only a few minutes from a police station,and that there had ben innumerable members of the police force in the area,anyone of whom could have been approached? What then?If that had been thought of as suspicious,as I think it is,fronting up at about six pm would not on it's own be enough to dispel such suspicions.So it's his story that is the focal point of Aberline's opinion?

Now don't tell me we shouldn't question that opinion.Quite frequently one will reply on these boards,"Yes, but that is only an opinion".Meaning What?
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