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Post by Karen on Thu 16 Jun 2011 - 5:05

WARREN AND WHITECHAPEL.
HIS SINGULAR REASONS FOR NOT CATCHING THE MURDERER - MR. GLADSTONE, THE REPORTERS AND EVERYBODY BLAMED.

LONDON, Oct. 25 - Sir Charles Warren has written an article for publication on Saturday explaining his failure to catch the Whitechapel murderer. Gen. Warren insinuates that London is practically under mob rule, and that Mr. Gladstone encouraged it. These are his words:

"It is to be deplored that the successive governments have not had the courage to make a stand against the more noisy section, and have given way before the tumultuous proceedings which have exercised terrorism over peaceful and law-abiding citizens, and it is still more to be regretted that certain ex-Cabinet Ministers while in opposition have not hesitated to embarass those in power by smiling on the insurgent mob. There can be very little doubt that the outcry against the police as a military force, instigated for political or sinister purposes, is due to the Englishman who poses as the censor of public bodies and who possesses, as a rule, one idea at a time."

This refers to Mr. Gladstone, and will create great indignation among his followers when the article is made public. the article generally is a weakening on Gen. Warren's part, and he now even asserts that the police force might be reduced if all London would resolve itself into a vigilance committee. Yet it stands as a matter of record that the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee has received almost no recognition from Gen. Warren. Sir Charles also accuses the reporters, who have done more to solve the mystery of the crime than any one else, with hampering his work. Sir Charles Warren makes comparisons of London with the French and Continental police, but utterly ignores Superintendent Murray's force, as he is very sore about the New York criticisms on him.

Source: Montreal Weekly Witness, Wednesday October 31, 1888, Page 1

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