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 Jack the Ripper: A Suspect Guide 
This text is from the E-book Jack the Ripper: A Suspect Guide by Christopher J. Morley (2005). Click here to return to the table of contents. The text is unedited, and any errors or omissions rest with the author. Our thanks go out to Christopher J. Morley for his permission to publish his E-book.

Charles Thomas

On 12 November 1888 Charles Thomas a 51 year old labourer, was charged at Clerkenwell Police-court with being drunk and disorderly. the incident happened in Crowndale-road, St. Pancras early on Sunday morning. Thomas surrounded by a crowd of onlookers kept shouting out, 'I'm Jack the Ripper'. In his defence Thomas simply said he was sorry, he was sentenced to 14 days hard labour, and was told that any man brought before the court for shouting in the street that they were the Whitechapel murderer would go to prison without the option of a fine.







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       Press Reports: Daily News - 13 November 1888 
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       Press Reports: Echo - 12 November 1888 
       Press Reports: Morning Advertiser - 13 November 1888 
       Press Reports: Star - 12 November 1888