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DNA tests ‘prove’ that Jack the Ripper was a Polish immigrant named Aaron Kosminski
THE search to uncover the identity of Jack the Ripper appears to be over.
DNA on a shawl found near one of the victims, Catherine Eddowes, reportedly contains a match to both her and one of the chief suspects, Aaron Kosminsky.
The Polish hairdresser, who moved to England with his family in 1881, was committed to a mental asylum at the peak of Ripper hysteria.
The breakthrough came when Dr Jari Louhelainen, an expert in historic DNA, was commissioned to study a shawl found with Eddowes, the second-last “confirmed” victim of the Ripper more than 125 years ago.
The shawl — which still retained historic stains — had been bought by a businessman at an auction in 2007.
“It has taken a great deal of hard work, using cutting-edge scientific techniques which would not have been possible five years ago,” Dr Louhelainen told a British newspaper.
“Once I had the profile, I could compare it to that of the female descendant of Kosminski’s sister, who had given us a sample of her DNA swabbed from inside her mouth.
“The first strand of DNA showed a 99.2 per cent match, as the analysis instrument could not determine the sequence of the missing 0.8 per cent fragment of DNA. On testing the second strand, we achieved a perfect 100 per cent match.”
Kosminski was born in Poland in 1865 before moving to Whitechapel, England, in 1881.
The murders attributed to Jack the Ripper began in 1888, with up to 11 deaths around the Whitechapel area linked to the killer.
Frances Coles, believed to be the Ripper’s last victim, died in February 1891 — the same year Kosminski was forcibly put in Colney Hatch Lunatic Asylum.
He remained in mental health facilities until his death in 1919, aged 53.
Gladys Hosking, 40, was the third and final victim, murdered by Edward Joseph Leonski an United States Army soldier stationed in Melbourne. Hoskings while walking home from work at the Chemistry Library at Melbourne University. A witness said that, on the night of the killing, a disheveled American man had approached her asking for directions, seemingly out of breath and covered with mud. This description matched the individual Pauline Thompson was seen with on the night of her murder, as well as the descriptions given by several women who had survived recent attacks.
The burnt bodies of Steve Hart and Dan Kelly after the siege of Glenrowan.
Deborah Fream, was abducted in the early evening. She had left her car unlocked to run into a store to buy milk. Paul Denyer climbed into the back seat, and hijacked the car after Fream drove from the store. She was taken to Taylor’s Road and her throat was slashed savagely. She had left her 12 day old baby at home with a friend when she left to buy the milk.
The body of Mrs. Rose Harvey, 51, was found in a cupboard at Thomas Garrity’s fish shop, in Bay-street, Port Melbourne, on the 8th of April 1931. The Crown Prosecutor said Mrs. Harvey died from severe head injuries, inflicted by a hard instrument or a kick. On the day before the murder, she had several drinks with Garrity in a city hotel, and later they went to Garrity’s shop. At midnight a man heard the voices of a man and woman in the shop, and half an hour later a constable was passing the shop when he saw shadows on the glass partition. The shadow were of a man and woman struggling. The man had hold of the woman’s throat, and he saw her tear the man’s hands away. Some hours later Garrity asked taxi-driver to dispose of a body for him. He said he had found the body dumped on his premises after two men and a woman had left his shop. The taxi-driver took Garrity to the police station, and Garrity told the police that he had been drugged by people, who were in his shop, and found the body when he woke up. The Crown Prosecutor said the evidence pointed to Garrity striking Mrs. Harvey dragging her body upstairs, bringing it down again, into the washhouse, and then in the cupboard.
Garrity was charged with manslaughter and sentenced to 18 months hard labour. He was released from Geelong Gaol on the 8th of September 1932.
Front gates of Old Melbourne Gaol, where on the 11th of November 1880 hundreds of people stood while Ned Kelly was executed…….
Julian Knight’s victims (L-R): Tracey Skinner, 23, Robert Mitchell, 27, Gina Papaioannou, 21, Johnny Muscat, 26, Dusan Flajnik, 53, Kenneth Stanton, 21 and Vesna Markovska, 24. Nineteen others were injured in his 46-minute shooting spree.
Julian knight (pictured ) was responsible for the Hoddle st, massacre
Anonymous said: I live /extremely/ close to where all the Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka crimes happened and you wouldn't believe how scared I was when I found out because I never knew where they had taken place until I researched.
its a weird feeling isnt it to know things like that happened righ near you , the snowtown murders happened in many towns ive been to regularly and one of the victims is burried in the cemetary across the road from my place. its a odd haunting feeling isnt it