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Stuart Ryan
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Posted on Monday, January 17, 2005 - 4:49 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

Of all I have read on the Royal conspiracy and all other suspects in the case, not once has Prince Alberts movements at the crucial period been looked at.Some have missed the point entirely saying he was simply out of town at the time and thus could not have commited the murders.Prince Albert was not JTR - this notion is a joke.Being a Prince, he had people looking after him and acting on his behalf and the plot to silence the prostitutes was carried out by cronies , possably Sir William Gull and others.The key to the point I am making is to look at when he left London and returned in relation to the murders.This information is on this websites timeline, so have a look.He left before the first 2 murders and returned on thier successful completion.He again left before the double event and came back after it.He then left before Mary Kellys death and once again returned after it.

For those of us who are astute enough to see this is a pattern and not coincidence then you can see why this pattern exists. He has gone far away, Scotland in one case, to extricate himself from the plot had it not succeded.Had he been in London and the plot failed he would thus come under suspision for connection to the murderers.Being in Scotland fot instance would be a good alabai - at least he could say to investigaters "how would I know what Gull did I was in bloody Scotland".He was very clever to remove himself from London and this idea is very plausible if you really think about it.
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Posted on Monday, March 21, 2005 - 7:15 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

Hello Stuart,

You are 100% right about this.It is called a reverse pattern. By his movement around the ripper murders, he has left a reverse trail.Strangly no one has picked up on this oddity.I checked the timeline and you are right.Like a schemeing Roman senator he has cleverly extricated himself from London for each of the murders.In his desire to have a cast iron alibi , he has left an interesting clue.

Prince Albert does not get the attention he deserves in this case. There is so much connecting him with the Eastend when really he had no bussiness there at all. I dont know who's hand did the slicing, but I believe the Prince knew what it was all about.It's a shame Hollywood and sensationalists have spoiled this very credible possibility.

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