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Old 11-11-2017, 05:45 PM
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both discovered the body.exactly the same. exept lech was seen befor he raised the alarm. so actually much more suspicious IMHO
na it would be the same if they found polly nichol's trunk in a shed where only lechmere kepts his cart and it had been there for 2 weeks but he only noticed it a few days ago and thought it was an old ham in a coat.

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Old 11-11-2017, 05:49 PM
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na it would be the same if they found polly nichol's trunk in a shed where only lechmere kepts his cart and it had been there for 2 weeks but he only noticed it a few days ago and thought it was an old ham in a coat.

oh yeah so some guy found over the dead body of a freshly killed woman on the street is less suspicious than a guy who points out the far dead torso in a basement is less suspicious? soory. I think your detective skills might not be up to snuff.
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Abby, Rocky,

Here's the way I look at Wildbore. We have a body found where he is known to frequent on a daily basis. It is a difficult, dark spot to reach. Assuming he deposited it there, what are his options on that Tuesday?

1) Not say anything and somebody else discovers the body and wonders why Wildbore didn't notice it when he often went in there?

2) Say something to a friend in hopes he tells someone and it clears him (Wildbore) somewhat because at least he showed concern?

3) Wait for the right time to get in and move/bury the body?

It may have been too late for #3, because I think the body had an unmanageable stench at that point and others may have been talking about the smell already.
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wilbores connection to anything is exactly the same as lechs. but ihavnt see you two sherlocks give jerry one tenth of bull **** you've thrown at fish so a big **** you to you two! don't like it? too ******* bad!

and by the way-contribute something other than bullshit negativity and amusing anectotes!. wow that's a shocker!
Calm down, Abs.

Actually, Lech's credentials are superior to Wildbore's - so far. But from what you've posted recently it appears you know bugger-all about Lechmere. Wouldn't your time be better spent researching him rather than hurling **** insults at serious Ripper researchers?

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oh yeah so some guy found over the dead body of a freshly killed woman on the street is less suspicious than a guy who points out the far dead torso in a basement is less suspicious? soory. I think your detective skills might not be up to snuff.
Except lech wasn’t found over any body.
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Except lech wasn’t found over any body.
No, he was at least a couple of steps away.
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Yes, that is a difference between us. Or two. I am suggesting that Lechmere was the torso killer as well as the Ripper. And I am also suggesting that
since a torso was placed in the street where he grew up, it would have meant something to him. There are lots of examples of serial killers who have these kinds of hangups, tied to their formative years.
A lot of people moved about London at that time being born in a certain street is proof of nothing.
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No, he was at least a couple of steps away.
The middle of the road actually, based on all the evidence, but evidence doesn’t count for much around here.
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wilbores connection to anything is exactly the same as lechs. but ihavnt see you two sherlocks give jerry one tenth of bull **** you've thrown at fish so a big **** you to you two! don't like it? too ******* bad!

and by the way-contribute something other than bullshit negativity and amusing anectotes!. wow that's a shocker!
Wish there was a Like button! Since there's not, this will have to do:

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Calm down, Abs.

Actually, Lech's credentials are superior to Wildbore's - so far. But from what you've posted recently it appears you know bugger-all about Lechmere. Wouldn't your time be better spent researching him rather than hurling **** insults at serious Ripper researchers?

Gary
And here I thought we we getting along so swimmmingly on Chris George’s thread. Lol!
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