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Driver Alert System Being Salina Celebrates Indepen July 4, Comments. In the late Victorian era , Whitechapel was considered to be the most notorious criminal rookery in London. The area around Flower and Dean Street was described as "perhaps the foulest and most dangerous street in the whole metropolis"; [1] Dorset Street was called "the worst street in London".

The district was characterised by extreme poverty, sub-standard housing, homelessness, drunkenness and endemic prostitution. These factors were focused in the institution of the common lodging-house , which provided cheap communal lodgings for the desperate and the destitute, among whom the Whitechapel murder victims were numbered.

Police work and criminal prosecutions relied heavily on confessions, witness testimony, and apprehending perpetrators in the act of committing an offence or in the possession of obvious physical evidence that clearly linked them to a crime. Forensic techniques , such as fingerprint analysis, were not in use. Beat constables walked regular, timed routes. Eleven deaths in or near Whitechapel between and were gathered into a single file, referred to in the police docket as the Whitechapel murders.

On Tuesday 3 April , following the Easter Monday bank holiday, prostitute Emma Elizabeth Smith was assaulted and robbed at the junction of Osborn Street and Brick Lane , Whitechapel, in the early hours of the morning.

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Although injured, she survived the attack and managed to walk back to her lodging house at 18 George Street, Spitalfields. She told the deputy keeper, Mary Russell, that she had been attacked by two or three men, one of them a youth. Mrs Russell took Smith to the London Hospital , where medical examination revealed that a blunt object had been inserted into her vagina, rupturing her peritoneum.

Prostitutes were often managed by gangs, and Smith could have been attacked by her pimps as a punishment for disobeying them, or as part of their intimidation.

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On the basis of statements from a fellow prostitute, and PC Thomas Barrett who was patrolling nearby, Inspector Reid put soldiers at the Tower of London and Wellington Barracks on an identification parade, but without positive results. Her throat had been slit twice from left to right and her abdomen was mutilated by a deep jagged wound. Several shallower incisions across the abdomen, and three or four similar cuts on the right side were caused by the same knife used violently and downwards.

In his summing up, he dismissed the possibility that her murder was connected with those of Smith and Tabram, as the lethal weapons were different in those cases, and neither of the earlier cases involved a slash to the throat. She had been disembowelled, and her intestines had been thrown out of her abdomen over each of her shoulders. The morgue examination revealed that part of her uterus was missing.

On 10 September, the police arrested a notorious local called John Pizer , dubbed "Leather Apron", who had a reputation for terrorising local prostitutes. His alibis for the two most recent murders were corroborated, and he was released without charge. Baxter inferred that the man Mrs Long had seen was the murderer.

Mrs Long described him as over forty, a little taller than Chapman, of dark complexion, and of foreign, "shabby-genteel" appearance. In his memoirs, Walter Dew recorded that the killings caused widespread panic in London.

She was lying in a pool of blood with her throat cut from left to right. She had been killed just minutes before, and her body was otherwise unmutilated. It is possible that the murderer was disturbed before he could commit any mutilation of the body by someone entering the yard, perhaps Louis Diemschutz, who discovered the body. Her left kidney and most of her uterus were removed. The Eddowes inquest was opened on 4 October by Samuel F. Langham, coroner for the City of London.

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There was chalk writing on the wall of the doorway , which read either "The Juwes are the men that will not be blamed for nothing" [59] [60] or "The Juwes are not the men who will be blamed for nothing. The Middlesex coroner, Wynne Baxter, believed that Stride had been attacked with a swift, sudden action. Criticism of the Metropolitan Police and the Home Secretary , Henry Matthews , continued to mount as little progress was made with the investigation.

On 27 September, the Central News Agency received a letter, dubbed the "Dear Boss" letter , in which the writer, who signed himself "Jack the Ripper", claimed to have committed the murders. It claimed responsibility for the most recent murders on 30 September, and described the murders of the two women as the "double event", a designation which has endured. On Tuesday 2 October, an unidentified female torso was found in the basement of New Scotland Yard , which was under construction.

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