Uh, no. Some crime historians I know actually compared the supposedly damning documents printed in the original book naming John Williams as a suspect. The original documents in the archives did not match those printed in the book. You can't trust an author who alters documents to make a case. Also, Mary Kelly did not have any effects. What she did own was itemized by the cops. A few sticks of broken furniture. An empty bottle. Certainly not a locket. She lived in a kind of squalor most people could not comprehend. It would have been hocked.Not to mention the fact that the cops would have taken notice of a photo of someone who was not her boyfriend. (I don't know why the woman making this claim says "husband.")That's just the start. This is an elaborate fiction.
Also a profitable one, I suspect.
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