Guys, how loud should I tell you this is a false book? The more I tell you it's a lie that a hairdresser did it, the more you want to read it. That "new forensic evidence" is very probably forged and planted to restate the case and fool the reader. Read other books on this subject. Since you so much want to read the story, I will tell you the true one, as I collected it from other books. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle also wrote a Holmes story about it and a movie was made of it - I saw it. OK, so the Ripper was a family physician of the Royals at the time of Queen Victoria. When the third disembowelment happened, books say the Queen personally went to see the gruesome site. So, the thing happened because a Royal Prince secretly fell in love and married a Catholic woman, and she gave birth to a boy, who therefore was a half-Catholic new Royal Prince. But the law at the time was that there cannot be any Catholics among the Royals, only Protestants. It became a very delicate problem, and as the marriage happened in secret, the public did not know about the birth of the boy, who had to be made to disappear, as if he never existed. From the story of Sir Conan Doyle, who was an insider, it seems the Ripper did not act alone. Certainly some detectives were needed to discover that the mother gave the child to three whores to hide him. But this was discovered, the whores tortured by several persons and the secret was extorted from them. The Ripper was probably part of the torturing gang. The mother was put for life into an insane asylum and the child was made to disappear. In Sir Doyle's story Holmes catches the torturers in the act of torturing a whore, and he threatens them that if anything happens to the child, he will unveil them. I saw this film. The Ripper probably overplayed his role of torturing. His identity was kept a secret by the Scotland Yard for 100 years. I did not find his name in any of the books, but he was the royal physician, on this all books agree. This false book with its "new evidence" wants to change the case. Read other books on the Ripper, if they are available at all by now. Now, why would this Russell Edwards guy want to bring up the case, which has been written about in several books already? One has to have some background knowledge about the significance of "disembowelment" to guess why the Ripper's ripping horrors are brought up again - it has a purpose, which I cannot tell you here. The ripping has been recently brought up with the same purpose by the writer of the Harry Potter stories too - twice in the H.P. story and once in the Silkworm detective story. The purpose is to remind some informed people that knowing secrets and spilling them entails such kind of gruesome punishments; and it seems that some things are to be kept a secret in the near future, where they will play an important role.
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