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Assisted After the Crime

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Assisted After the Crime

Post by Karen on Thu 5 Jan 2012 - 21:22

The following exchange in the House of Commons is very interesting, due to the very last sentence. It is quite clear that even the Home Secretary possessed certain information that made it quite clear that Mary Kelly's murderer did not work alone.


MR. HUNTER asked the Home Secretary whether he was prepared, in the case of the Whitechapel murders, other than that of the woman Kelly, to offer a free pardon to any person not being the actual perpetrator of the crimes.
MR. MATTHEWS: I should be quite prepared to offer a pardon in the case of the earlier Whitechapel murders if it was suggested that such an offer would assist in the detection of the murderer. In the case of Kelly the circumstances made it more probable than in the other cases that there were persons who assisted the murderer after the crime.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, November 25, 1888, Page 3

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