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The Finding Of The Corpse

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The Finding Of The Corpse

Post by Karen on Fri 9 Apr 2010 - 3:58

The Crime Of Whitechapel.

British newspapers published the minute details about the new crime discovered in London, which the telegraph has realized. Public opinion of the great British metropolis is in a state of indescribable effervescence because of the frightening repetition of these facts, the author continuously ignores. It is generally believed that the recent and terrible feat is the work of the infamous Jack the Ripper, but the police believe, however, that this crime should not be attributed to the mysterious murderer, since the circumstances in which this has occurred are different from before. It is the total absence of evidence that may put the police in the footprints of the culprit. The crime was discovered at five-thirty in the morning and 10 agents in Pinchin Street had been round, behind Church Lane, Whitechapel. They saw from a distance a sort of lump near an arch bridge that forms one side of the street, approached and soon recognized the maimed corpse of a woman. A few moments before they had passed by without noticing anything abnormal. The site in which they committed the crime is almost always deserted and poorly lit. The body was almost naked and had but one dress shirt torn and bloody. The constable called for help, and the police inspector, accompanied by a physician, moved to the scene, proceeding to raise the dead. To give an idea of the organization of surveillance conducted in this area, suffice to say that all police posts in the East are wired together, so that it was in the space of a few minutes came the news of the crime to all police stations of London. The victim's personal details were: age, about forty years; height, 5 feet three inches; hair, dark brown color. As soon as the police became aware of these signs, they began to make active investigations, particularly on board vessels moored in the Thames and the Docks, and preferably, in the boats which make the grain trade with Spain and America . All these investigations did not end until very late at night. The examination by the doctor showed that both legs had been cut with extraordinary skill. In the womb he saw a wide, deep wound, but not missing any of the organs of the abdomen. The body showed symptoms of decay, and doctors believe that death occured four days before, making them believe that the murderer committed the crime in the same Whitechapel. The doctors are also of the opinion, that the cuts, especially the head, were made with the left hand. The legs were separated from the trunk with great skill. No more missing the head and legs. People who have already dealt with the committees of crime recently in similar circumstances, declare by common agreement that the dissection procedures are the same as always.

Source: La Iberia, 14 September, 1889

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Author of: "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders"
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