George Kebble, who was William Grant Grainger's legal rep in 1895, said he 'believed' his former client was dead in this piece. At most, in my view, it only suggests Kebble hadn't kept tabs on his former client and that had the Anderson-Polish Jew-issue not come up, we'd probably have never known that Kebble felt Grainger was the Ripper.

It would be great to locate anything Kebble wrote down about the Grainger case.....

East London Advertiser
April 23, 1910