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Washing Away The Evidence

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Washing Away The Evidence

Post by Karen on Wed 10 Mar 2010 - 8:07

I keep your readers informed of the latest crime in Whitechapel. But the subject is required by the impression he makes on our audience. The police continue to have no clue. All arrests made were unsuccessful. It was a strange moment in the disappearance and silence of the old pensioned soldier who was the companion of the victim. But even this assumption escaped justice because the person in question just appeared spontaneously and justified the use of his time. It had been eight days before the murder since he had seen Annie Chapman. During the inquest on the remains of the victim, there has been made a very singular revelation that, among other things, demonstrates the culpable negligence that has led to the first challenge of the police negligence which I spoke of in my last letter. The autopsy, said to be provided on the grounds of the madman, his special knowledge of anatomy and the way he left clues that would have been safer and more complete if the examination of the man's Art had taken place immediately after the crime. What about our police authorities who deposited the corpse in the morgue of the parish and went away without leaving a person on his guard and even without leaving any instructions? Two nurses have thought it right to undressing and washing the body, destroying perhaps the medical evidence which could be used to put on the murderer. And worst of absurdity, they put the clothes of the victim in a soaking tub and conducted a complete wash. But a remark has been made which allows us to hope that this washing is not a backup for the murderer is that no cut or tear of these clothes matched the horrific injuries found. We can conclude that death was caused by a severance of the larynx and neck and the other injuries had been made only after death!

Source: Journal De Geneve, September 18, 1888, Page 3

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Author of: "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders"
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