Confirmed: Jack the Ripper was The Jew Jacob the Ripper
Jack the Ripper has been confirmed as a Jew, although the news reports deceptively describe him as a Pole.
A major clue was even left scrawled on a wall above one of the corpses, most likely by Jacob* the Ripper himself: “The Juwes are not the men that will be blamed for nothing.”
The police, bizarrely, scrubbed it off the wall before anyone could see it, destroying a potentially vital piece of evidence.
In recent years, as I wrote about in more detail earlier, the author Stephen Senise has gone about promoting the absurd hypothesis that the Ripper murders were “false flag attacks” carried out by a “far-right extremist” who wanted to stir up feeling against the Jews.
Aaron Kosminski, a Polish barber, has been revealed as notorious murderer Jack the Ripper, according to scientists
But no. We now know the Ripper was an actual Jew. The similarity with historic cases of “blood libel” is obvious.
Jack the Ripper has sensationally been revealed as a 23-year-old Polish barber after fresh DNA tests were taken from a blood-stained shawl.
New evidence finds that two sets of DNA traces on the clothing matches that of both Kosminski and one of his murdered victims Catherine Eddowes.
New evidence finds that two sets of DNA traces on a blood-stained shawl owned by Russell Edwards (pictured) matches that of both Kosminski and one of his murdered victims Catherine Eddowes
The Polish immigrant lived with his two brothers and a sister in Greenfield Street, just 200 yards from where his third victim, Elizabeth Stride, was killed.
The identity was confirmed by researchers from Liverpool John Moores University who shared their findings in the Journal of Forensic Sciences.
They wrote: ‘We describe for the first time systematic, molecular level analysis of the only surviving physical evidence linked to the Jack the Ripper murders.
‘Finding both matching profiles in the same piece of evidence enhances the statistical probability of its overall identification and reinforces the claim that the shawl is authentic.’