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M.P. Admonishes the Home Secretary

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M.P. Admonishes the Home Secretary

Post by Karen on Mon 9 Dec 2013 - 17:08


Received November 17, at 1:35 a.m.

LONDON, November 15.

In the House of Commons, Mr. R.C. Graham, M.P. for Lanark, delivered himself of a violent and bitter speech directed against the police. He scathingly denounced the administration of the Home Department by Mr. Matthews, particularly condemning him for allowing the Whitechapel murderers to go unpunished, while his officers clubbed the
unemployed for asserting their right to meet in public places. He declared that Parliament alone stood between Mr. Matthews and death, for it the people did not feel confidence in their representatives to see that justice was done, the life of the Home Secretary would have been in jeopardy many a time. If the present policy was persisted in there
would be in London a repetition of the Chicago riots.

Source: Oamaru Mail, Volume X, Issue 4269, 17 November 1888, Page 2

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Author of: "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders"
Author of: "Jack the Ripper: The Satanic Team"

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Re: M.P. Admonishes the Home Secretary

Post by Mr Hyde on Tue 10 Dec 2013 - 0:40

Interesting choice of words by the Scottish MP.

He is not accusing Matthews of being unable to catch The Ripper.

Mr.Graham is "condemning him for allowing the Whitechapel murders to go unpunished".

I have absolutely no doubt that Jack's identity was not that big a secret.

He did not even need to leave for overseas,as Lord Arthur Somerset did the following year.

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