Jack the Ripper
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Dirk C. Gibson
The infamous crimes of Jack the Ripper were described in this chapter.
Although the identity of the killer was never ascertained, it is nevertheless possible to
discuss aspects of the killer. It seems likely that the killer had medical training, was
strong and daring. Other possible Ripper crimes committed inside and outside of Great
Britain were described. The murders were described with respect to the victims,
victimology, MO, time frame, motive and number of crimes. Three kinds of
communication were described; letters, wall writing and the Lusk kidney episode. The
nature of the police investigation was considered, along with the impediments to the
Anti-semitism, Buck’s Row, City Police, East End, George’s Yard,
Goulston Street graffiti, Hanbury Street, Jack the Ripper, Letters, London, Lusk
Kidney, Metropolitan police, Miller’s Court, Mitre Square, Monarchy,
Prostitution, Saturation patrols, Saucy Jacky, Queen Victoria, Sir Charles Warren.
The University of New Mexico USA.