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From: "William Black" <>
Subject: Re: The British/English Constitution
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 20:48:27 +0100
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"Martin Reboul" <> wrote in message
> What is allegedly/supposedly/apparently/(fill in extra adjectives here)
> from the file, is the conclusion of the Police at the time - they didn't
> charge the murderer (though they knew who it was) because he was Jewish,
> there was likely to have been an apocalyptic riot in the East End,
> simmering with anti-semitism and revolution as it was at the time. He was
> therefore consigned to a lunatic asylum for life on the quiet, where he
> It has the ring of truth, being uncomplicated, fitting the facts and
> with Occam's Razor. The missing parts of the file have been missing for a
> time apparently, not for fear of offending the Jews, but because the
> the Police and Home Office were illegal and embarrassing to the
> even now. It is likely they have been destroyed, though not certain.
There was certainly no reticence about blaming the Jews a few years later
during a whole series of 'Anarchist Outrage' killings that killed many more
than the Ripper ever did, and no outcry by the locals either...
'This Evil Alien Influence That Stalks Our Shores'
(The Daily Mail hasn't changed much has it?)
And the killers in those cases undoubtedly were Jewish...
Anyway I was under the impression that the 'mad Jewish doctor' theory had
long been dismissed as the suspect had a cast iron alibi for at least two of
the murders, although he did go mad and was incarcerated in an insane
Plus there's all the Masonic detailing at the murder scenes, at a time
(well ok then, when wasn't there a time) when the Met was riddled with
The most logical conclusion seems to be that not all the murders were
committed by one man and at least two were copycat killings, certainly one
(Mary Eddoes? I can't remember) was very untypical as if the murderer had
been disturbed, which he wasn't, or didn't know all the gory details...
Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords
is no basis for a system of government