|Jack the Ripper: A Suspect Guide
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The Newark Daily Advocate 30 October 1891 reported in Berlin, The alleged Jack the Ripper, Schulse, is much broken down by his imprisonment, and it is believed he may confess his criminal career. The London police have made a request for the official documents, including the testimony at the inquest, to be forwarded in the original, or in copies to London, on the grounds that the crime of Schulse closely resembles the East End horrors.
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