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Post by Karen on Tue 13 Apr 2010 - 15:52

The article found here states that Sir Robert Anderson had always maintained that the Ripper was a medical man. So there goes his bogus Polish Jew theory.


Memories of that extraordinary sexual murderer known all over the world a quarter of a century ago as Jack the Ripper are revived in Mr. William Le Queux's new book, "Things I Know About Kings, Celebrities, and Crooks." According to his version, papers were found in the effects of the Russian monk Rasputin which explained the crimes. This affirmed that they were committed by a Russian doctor named Alexander Pedachenko, assisted by a friend named Levinsky and a young tailoress, Winberg. Eventually this doctor was smuggled out of London and later was sent to an asylum for attempting to murder and mutilate a woman. He died in 1908. Such is the story, which reads almost as though taken from one of Le Queux's admirable novels. It is too long ago to ever hope for it to be proved beyond all doubt. Evidence was and is meagre, but it has been stated more than once that the perpetrator of the crimes was known to the police, though there was never sufficient evidence to convict him, but it is interesting to note that Sir Robert Anderson who was the Commissioner of Police at the time, always maintained that the murderer was a medical man. On the other hand, Sir Melville MacNaghten, who was in charge of the Criminal Investigation Department at the time, believed that the criminal lived with his own people, that he absented himself from home at certain times, and that he committed suicide on or about November 10, 1888.

Source: New Zealand Truth, Issue 943, 22 December 1923, Page 6

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