A Forensic Scientist Claims To Have Finally Identified Jack The Ripper Aaron Kosminski .Kosminski emigrated from Congress Poland to England in the 1880s. He worked as a hairdresser in Whitechapel in the East End of London, where a series of murders ascribed to the Ripper was committed in 1888. From 1891, he was institutionalized in an insane asylum.
Police officials from the time of the murders named one of their suspects as “Kosminski” (the forename was not given) and described him as a Polish Jew in an insane asylum. Almost a century after the final murder, the suspect “Kosminski” was identified as Aaron Kosminski; but there was little if any evidence to connect Aaron Kosminski with the same Kosminski who was suspected of the murders and their dates of death is different. Possibly, Kosminski was confused with another Polish Jew of the same age named Aaron or David Cohen (real name possibly Nathan Kaminsky), who was a violent patient at the same asylum.
In September 2014, author Russell Edwards claimed to have proved Kosminski’s guilt using mitochondrial DNA evidence from a shawl he believed to have been left at a murder scene. A peer-reviewed article supporting Edwards’s claims was published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences in 2019
Below is a message is written in chalk found above the bloodstained apron. It is a fact clouded in controversy as the message was wiped clear under instructions of Sir Charles Warren (of Metropolitan Police) for fear of creating even further anti-semitic backlashes.
Aaron Kosminski was Jewish barber from Poland.
Aaron Kosminski picture below
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