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Decatur Daily Republican
Illinois, U.S.A.
6 March 1891

THE IRISH JACK THE RIPPER

Dublin, March 6.
The man Gavan, guilty of the murderous stabbing in a train at Castlerea, has been decided to be sane. He has been twice in prison for stabbing people without apparent motive, and the police are impressed with his likeness to the descriptions of Jack the Ripper.


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       Press Reports: Ogden Standard - 6 March 1891 
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