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Face Was Stitched By Surgeons

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Face Was Stitched By Surgeons

Post by Karen on Sun 9 May 2010 - 14:37


Threatening Letters Sent to Sir Charles Russell and Chief Justice Hannen.
In Consequence of Their Connection With the Proceedings of the Parnell Commission.
All Doubts Set at Rest as to the Fate of the Steamers Ruger and Nantez.

London's Mystery.

LONDON, Nov. 13. - The latest Whitechapel murder is still the leading topic of discussion and all of the old theories as to the identity of the murderer are revived. The face of the woman Kelly, when her body was found, resembled a bloody ball. The nose, ears and cheeks were missing, but the eyes had not been touched. Surgeons stitched the face together as best they could, but it was found almost impossible to identify the woman from such of the features as were intact or sewn together.

Source: The Daily Colonist, Victoria, British Columbia, Wednesday, November 14, 1888

If by November 13, 1888 it was being reported that surgeons had stitched the face of Mary Jane Kelly, then there is NO WAY that her inquest was held on the 12th of November. I believe that her inquest was held on the 14th of November.

So, it seems apparent that George Hutchinson gave his statement to the police 2 days before the inquest then. See the following thread for more details of the Kelly inquest held on November 14th, 1888.

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