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"May As Well Arrest The Queen"

Post by Karen on Thu 16 Jun 2011 - 5:36

LONDON GOSSIP.
THE SPITALFIELDS' MURDER.

LONDON, Sept. 11 - As yet the Spitalfields' murderer has not been caught and the prospects that he will be are rapidly fading. The detectives are losing their heads completely under the influence of the attack of the newspapers and the ridicule of the populace, and appear to be further from the scent than ever. Not one of the persons arrested on suspicion has been connected with the remotest circumstance that could induce belief that he was even aware that the murders had been committed. The police would have been as thoroughly justified in arresting the Queen herself as the murderer as they were in taking into custody the persons they were compelled to set at liberty for want of evidence. The return to duty of

SIR CHARLES WARREN,

Chief Commissioner of Police, can have no effect, except, possibly, to intensify the muddled state of affairs, and his denial of the reports of his intention to resign renders the capture of the assassin, except by the merest accident, still more hopeless. A number of tradesmen in the East End have issued a circular, offering a reward for the apprehension of the murderer, and this may stimulate some amateur detective to come to the rescue of the professionals, and prevent further exhibition of their inefficiency by running the monster down.

Source: Montreal Weekly Witness, Wednesday September 19, 1888, Page 1

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