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Sadler's Wild Evening

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Sadler's Wild Evening

Post by Karen on Thu 18 Mar 2010 - 21:45

Jack The Ripper.
London, February 15.

Is Sadler Jack the Ripper? Today that's the only question in London. On the eve of the last crime, Sadler had arrived in London, from Turkey, aboard the steamer Fez. He renewed on Wednesday night his old relationship with the deceased. On Thursday, they made their rounds in the cabarets. They drank the whole afternoon gin with cloves, rum and milk. They went together to a news dealer where Sadler spent 2fr. 15, and bought a hat for Frances Cole, the same one that had been found on the corpse. After drinking a few drinks, they went to Thrawl street. There, Sadler contends that many women in the last category attacked him, allegedly hitting him on the head, until, covered in blood he lost consciousness, and fell. While in this state of insensibility pimps finished beatting and robbing him of his watch and money. Revenue him and seeing the deceased was his bet, he violently quarrelled with her because she did not defend him. He claims he finally left Frances Cole about nine o'clock in the evening and went to the London docks with the intention of returning to the Fez, but being drunk he was refused entry by the Sergeant police custody. Between ten and eleven, he requested to be admitted to the Victoria House, East Smithfield, but was also shunned because of his intoxication. It was verified that between 6 and 7 am, Friday, Sadler was actually presented to the hospital in London to heal his wounds, but it can not account for his movements between 11h 30m in the evening on Thursday and 6 am on Friday. As the crime had been committed precisely between 2 hours and 2 1 / 4 on Friday morning, this is one of the most serious charges against Sadler. He says that everything that he seemed to recall between 11am and 6 hours, there was a serious quarrel and brawl until he was admitted to the Hospital in London. It has been decided to keep Sadler in jail until further notice.

Source: Gazette De Lausanne, February 17, 1891, Page 1

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