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Jack the ripper

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  • 1. Jack Thefile:///C:/Users/owner/Desktop/jack_big-2.gif Ripper Daniel Luque
  • 2. Crime and Scene (Canonical Five)  Who: Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes and Mary Jane Kelly  What: Gruesomely murdered and mutilated  When: August-November 1888  Where: White Chapel District, London file:///C:/Users/owner/Desktop/CCCC-1.jpg
  • 3. Psychological Profile The psychological profile has never been confirmed, but because of the consistency of the murders, it is inferred that this killer organized his crimes. Little is known about this killer. file:///C:/Users/owner/Desktop/deal_1301672589-1.jpg
  • 4. Backround on Jack The Ripper Motive: No clear motive, but all of his killings were usually female prostitutes and Irish immigrants that loitered around the White Chapel District His victims were usually female prostitutes from the slums No connection to victims Jack The Rippers history of violence mainly ranged from 1888-1891, but this has not yet been proven
  • 5. Forensic Evidence Similar mutilation marks among bodies were identified (removed uterus, removed intestines, cut throat, and split torso) Letters from Jack The Ripper were also gathered, but some were claimed to be hoaxed file:///C:/Users/owner/Desktop/lusk_big-2.jpg
  • 6. Legal Aspects CASE NEVER RESOLVED. − Over 2,000 suspects were interviewed, 300 investigated, and 80 detainedIt has been inferred that the perpetrator was an upper class citizen at the time, maybe a doctor because of the precision of his mutilations and removal of organs within his victims
  • 7. file:///C:/Users/owner/Desktop/poll1-2.jpg Interesting Facts  All of the letters that were received at the scene of the crimes were labeled, “ From Hell “  Jack The Rippers killings initiated a media frenzy, and helped make it what it is today  His other names were, “The Leather Apron” and “ White Chapel Murderer”  Movie was made starring Johnny Depp, “ From Hell”
  • 8. Reflections I picked this person mainly because all of his crimes have never been solved, and the number of victims killed is over 25. 25 unsolved grotesque murders Pictures of five of his victims exist (1880s), and some, too gory too show He is the epitome of a serial killer, NEVER CAUGHT
  • 9. References Jack The Ripper. 10 May. 2012. 1 May. 2012. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_the_Ripper Jones, Richard. “Jack the Ripper”. 7 October. 2009. History of the ripper. 1 May. 2012. www.jack-the-ripper.org/ Bardsley, Marilyn. “The Perrenial Killer”. 19 July. 2010. 1 May. 2012. www.trutv.com/library/crime/serial_killers/.../ripper/inde x_1.html

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