Jack the Ripper would have been a woman
May 8, 2012
According to a book published by former British solicitor John Morris, 62, the hypothesis that Jack the Ripper was a man could be ruled out. The man accuses the wife of the main suspect for the crimes committed in the nineteenth century.
This is Lizzie Williams, a Welsh who would have killed for the disorder that caused her inability to have children who would be gutted to 5 people.
She was the wife of Sir John Williams, the prime suspect according to experts in the case.
According to Morris: “The case for a woman murderer is overwhelming. But unfortunately it does not sit well in some quarters where such a theory flies in the face of long-held beliefs.”
“There’s absolutely no doubt that the Ripper was a woman. But because everyone believes that the murderer was a man, all the evidence that points to a woman has always been ignored,” he added