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Post by Karen on Fri 25 Mar 2011 - 6:15

NOT JACK THE RIPPER.

A man named Julius Lipman has just died in the East End of drink, neglect, and semi-starvation.
He was a cobbler by trade, and was known as "Leather Apron." He fell under suspicion of being Jack the Ripper, and although he completely proved his innocence the stigma never quite left him, and his business dwindled away.
Lipman was peculiarly unfortunate in the matter. "Leather Apron" as a possible Jack the Ripper was invented by an imaginative journalist on a sensational paper. He did not suspect for a moment that there was a real man in the district known by that name.

Source: The Daily Express, London, Wednesday October 17, 1900, Page 7

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Post by Karen on Mon 16 Sep 2013 - 19:26

REMARKABLE CAUSE OF RUIN.

The death has just occurred in the East End of London of Julius Lipman, nicknamed "Leather Apron," a cobbler, who in 1889 fell under suspicion of being Jack the Ripper. He satisfied the police of his innocence, but the stigma never left him. His business gradually disappeared, and he went to another neighbourhood, where he took to drink. He died of neglect and semi-starvation.

Source: Rhyl Record and Advertiser, 20 October 1900, Page 5

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