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  • "The London Police" -James Monro- 1890

    The North American Review
    Vol. 151, No. 408
    (Nov., 1890) pp. 615-629

    I have a couple of gems underlined in this long article.















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    Well now...unless Monro is hiding something, it would definitely appear (especially by the use of the term "undetected"), that the potato was still cold at this point; but of course if you are one of those who consider Aaron Kosminski as a good suspect, you could easily explain that away- and Anderson's "definitely ascertained fact" might well have been "definitely ascertained" sometime around Aaron's committal to Colney Hatch, which was to come later the following year. But then again, if you aren't one to consider the "Polish Jew theory", you can certainly use it to beat Sir Robert over the head with, which is quite the popular sport these days. Not sure how you go about winning that game though.

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    • #3
      Oh yeah, great find How! The article is loaded with interesting stuff.

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      • #4
        Thanks John. Hope it had some value for you my friend.
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        • #5
          It is also one more nail in coffin of the David Cohen theory -- at least as far as the police at the time suspecting him of the crimes. Someone like or Cohen, or Cohen himself, could have committed the murders without the police suspecting him of such.

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