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Casebook: Jack the Ripper. Burnett was 30 at the time of the murders. He was also left at age six when his father died; a trait that would be a major influence for Jack the Ripper. Along with this his profession as a fish porter would allow him to vent his frustration on a daily basis. As for physical problems Burnett was stricken with echolalia, a disease which makes its victim repeat the words of others.
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This disease would possibly be a source of anger for Burnett. Jack the Ripper was an organized killer, according to the typology of serial killers. His habits fit most of the traits which are known. The known traits are that he left a controlled crime scene, that he left little physically evidence, and dismembers the bodies. It is possible that he killed at another site and dumped the corpses mutilating them on site , as well as followed the news of his murders, and attacked by seducing his victims, more traits of an organized killer, however, these things are almost impossible to know definitively.
There is evidence of strangulation in some victims, which would support the theory of an off-site killing, but the physical evidence alone is not sufficient to support this idea. Along with the off-site theory it would have been almost impossible to work alone in such a large endeavor, something that the Ripper most likely did.
It would have been easier for the Ripper to kill by seduction, especially after the initial murders had stirred up such a media frenzy, however, no one knowns of this for sure. Burnett was known to date Mary Kelly, the last of the canonical Ripper victims, another trait of an organized serial killer. In the Ripper murders there are some things which are inconsistent with the Ripper being organized, things which should not be overlooked. Disorganized killers have nocturnal habits, a definite trait of the Ripper.
They are usually uneducated and Burnett was a mere fish porter, hardly the job of a well-educated man. This evidence in and of itself results in another conflict of interest. The fact of the matter is that while Burnett does match the physically description, had an unstable family life, a physical impediment, was a fish gutter with a proficiency in knives, lived with Mary Kelly, and knew the Whitechapel area, there are still too many loose ends in the Ripper murders to formally announce him as the killer.
It is not fair to make him the Ripper due to these inconsistencies, however, what is possible is to name Joseph Burnett the most likely suspect in the murders. By making Burnett the primary suspect one is able to present the known facts while still entertaining the possibility of others being the perpetrator.
Bethany , Harris. Emily Smith. Jack the Ripper had at least five victims, waited for weeks in between the murders, and only killed within a certain type- in this case they were prostitutes. Jack the Ripper has many of the traits of a serial killer, including his need to be involved in the investigation.
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According to criminalprofiling. After the first few Ripper murders, the police and newspapers began to receive letters allegedly from Jack the Ripper. Only a few of these can be authenticated, but it still proves that Jack was in some way involved in the police investigation. It can be proven that William Bury is guilty of at least one murder — the murder of his wife, Ellen Bury — and there is sufficient evidence to prove that Bury was in fact Jack the Ripper. In Dundee in Bury essentially gave himself up for the murder of his wife.
He went to the police station of his own free will and said that his wife was dead, and although he did try and say that she had killed herself, he admitted to stabbing her abdomen after she was already dead Macpherson According to Dr. It appeared that Ellen Bury had been alive when she was stabbed because of the defensive wounds on her hand. Back at the station, Prison Surgeon James Miller examined William Bury and found scratches on his right hand, which matched the wounds on Ellen Macpherson The other two doctors present during the autopsy, Drs.
Littlejohn and Stalker, both agreed with Dr. A length of rope and bloody ulster jacket were also found. According to an issue of the Dundee Courier dated Tuesday, 12 February ,. The back premises are led to by a dirty stair, at the foot of which on an old door is the following written in chalk — Jack the Ripper [sic] is at the back of this door. At the back of this door, and just at the turn of the stair, there is the inscription — Jack the Ripper is in this seller [sic]. Macpherson No one else had been in the apartment during this time, and once the police discovered the body there was always at least one officer standing guard.
It could not have been Ellen Bury who had written the messages, as she had little to no education and could not write very well Macpherson According to Macpherson:. It is generally accepted that the murderer strangled his victims prior to mutilation.
Not only does it explain why no cries were heard from the victims but it is also consistent with the injuries they received. All the victims were found lying in such a way that their appearance gave the impression they had been fighting for their throats but it was only in the case of Chapman that the examining doctor was able to say so unequivocally. The killer stood in front of his victims in the normal position for standing intercourse but seized them by the throat with both hands, silencing them and inducing unconsciousness; he then let them fall onto their backs before cutting the throat and making other mutilations.
It is almost impossible for Jack the Ripper to have changed his M. Killers do escalate over time, but once they have started doing one act they never stop. This indicates that Macpherson does not believe that the Ripper had the impulse to cut their throats; he suggests that it was merely a necessary way to be sure the victims were dead before he began the real work — cutting them up.
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Bury could take longer to make sure his wife was dead in the privacy of his own home without worrying whether a policeman would show up. Since there are so many witness accounts that do not support each other, it becomes difficult to determine which of the witnesses actually saw Jack the Ripper. This description seems to loosely apply to William Bury. If one believes that he did, then there is no way that Bury could have done it.
Bury had no medical training at all, and he did not even have skills as a butcher or fish monger, even though that is what his father had been. This is something that simply may never be proved or disproved.
William Bury cannot be proved to be Jack the Ripper without a shadow of a doubt, but neither can he be disproved. He was self-employed, so he never had to worry about his boss missing him while he murdered his victims. His wife often had to go searching for him when he failed to show up after several days, and it is a common idea that the Ripper did not go home after the murders but laid low in common lodging houses. Also, Bury was known to have violent tendencies Macpherson Bury showed extreme psychopathic tendencies by his sudden and dramatic chance in behavior. He also stole from his wife, assaulted her, frightened her by sleeping with a knife under his pillow, gave her a venereal disease, reduced her to a life of utter misery…yet showed absolutely no guilt or remorse.
These are definitely characteristics that one would expect Jack the Ripper to possess. In short, the case against William Henry Bury is very convincing. There is more evidence against him than any other known suspect.
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Criminal Profiling Research. Swiss Criminal. Profiling Scientific Research Site. Macpherson, Euan. William Bury Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing. Company, The whore is now with her maker and he is welcome to her.
There was no pleasure as I squeezed […] what a joke it would be if I could gorge an eye out and leave it by the whores body for all to see. To see. Naming a suspect for the Jack the Ripper murders is a dicey task at best because of the mass of contradictory, unverified, and cursory information on the subject. One hundred ten years of studying and debating have raised and dismissed suspects from the most likely men of the time to the most absurd theory of a writer who jumbled a confession into a nonsensical poem.
However, due to the volume of incriminating information about him, circumstantial evidence, peer-reviewed theories, and the discovery of an incriminating diary and engraved pocket watch, the most plausible suspect is James Maybrick. James Maybrick has several notable incidents from his background that would lead to suspicion. First, from a young age, he experienced death. Though he had six brothers, two did not live to adulthood: one who he was named for died at the age of four months, and his brother Alfred died at the age of four.
He married Florence in in London. While married to her, they traveled multiple times between England and the United States for his cotton business, but eventually he retired and settled in Liverpool. While married to Florence, they had two children and both of them had affairs with other people.
Despite lack of evidence to support the claim, Florence was charged with poisoning him. She was sentenced to hang, but after fifteen years of appeals, hard labor, confinement, and illness, she was released. This is likely because he spent very little time residing in London around the time of the murders. In , a Mr. Mike Barrett brought forth a diary. The diary represented the most important piece of evidence ever found relating to the Ripper case, so investigations immediately commenced to validate or cry foul on the diary.
Many studies have been conducted on the diary to validate it. Two such studies are based on technicalities like ink and paper. The first was performed at the Staffordshire University in to validate the authenticity of the ink used in the book. When the inks of the dated documents and the diary were bombarded with light of specific wavelengths, the different inks fluoresced similarly.
Essentially, the diary was not written before the murders, but there was no evidence in the ink that tells us the diary must have been created more recently. Despite this somewhat discouraging conclusion, it must be noted that significant care would have to be taken to use a period-appropriate pen, ink, and paper to make the diary if it were forged.
These two studies do not offer a strong voice in either direction, but neither of them were able to invalidate the possibility that the diary was real, so further research continued. Of course, it is important to look at the contents of the diary and link it to other writings we have.