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Old 12-04-2014, 02:56 AM
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Hello Batman. On her.

"then it seems Chapman's body was looted after she was discovered dead."

Not necessarily. Why could not her assailant have taken them? They were worthless, true; but, why assume a sane man did the deed?

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Pure survival of starving alcoholics in extreme poverty finding a dead body with items of small value = If they can, they will.

I pretty sure arguments about theft where plentiful in that house.
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Old 12-04-2014, 03:16 AM
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Hello Batman. Thanks.

"Pure survival of starving alcoholics in extreme poverty finding a dead body with items of small value = If they can, they will."

Why is this starving person in the back yard of #29? How did s/he get there? Aware of the passageway and confident of non-intervention?

"I'm pretty sure arguments about theft were plentiful in that house."

Why so sure? I have no evidence nor yet information about that.

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Hello Batman. Thanks.

"Pure survival of starving alcoholics in extreme poverty finding a dead body with items of small value = If they can, they will."

Why is this starving person in the back yard of #29? How did s/he get there? Aware of the passageway and confident of non-intervention?

"I'm pretty sure arguments about theft were plentiful in that house."

Why so sure? I have no evidence nor yet information about that.

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It was a lodging house with lots of people including obviously strangers who could murder in the back yard.

It seems Chapman didn't return a bar of soap which led to a fight. Is that not theft?
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Old 12-04-2014, 05:04 AM
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Hello Batman. Thanks.

Indeed. But she did not trespass into a private back yard so to do.

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Old 12-04-2014, 06:41 AM
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Jacob Levy was a kleptomaniac. Just sayin'.
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