"Now published the genetic analysis that claims to reveal who Jack the Ripper really was. But the study is controversial and far from everyone is convinced it revealed the murderer's identity."
"He is usually described as one of history's most infamous serial killer. Jack the Ripper, Jack the Ripper, is considered to be behind at least five murders of prostitutes in the 1880s-century East End of London."
"the Killer's real identity has long been one of kriminalhistoriens most classic murder mystery. But now researchers Jari Louhelainen, and David Miller, at Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Leeds, be assured of their thing: the killer is Aaron Kosminski, who was in the police investigation already in the 1880s."
"the Starting point for the researchers' overconfident conclusion is a wrap with spots of what is claimed to be semen and blood and which was found next to Catherine Eddowes's ravaged body. She assumed to be Jack Uppskärarens fourth victim and was murdered on 30 september 1888, the same night as the Swedish-born Elisabeth Stride also assumed to have fallen victim to the killer's long knife."
"The genetic analysis was carried out already in 2014, but are now published for the first time scientifically, in the Journal of Forensic Sciences."
"In the analysis compared dna evidence from the scarf with now living relatives to both Kosminski and Eddowes and according to the researchers, the result shows that it was Aaron Kosminski was the killer. He was a 23-year-old pole, who came from a jewish family who had fled the Russian pogroms in their home country at the beginning of the 1880s. At the time of the murders, he worked as a barber, but soon became one of the police's main suspects."
"When the analysis was carried out in 2014 com the however, open to criticism, including that it had not been published and thus reviewed scientific."
"Now, the study has both been reviewed and published, but the critics are still not satisfied because they believe that the evidence is incomplete."
"Among other things, on the grounds that researchers have maskat parts of the analysed släktingarnas genome. The researchers claim, however, that they were forced to do it because of the Data Protection Act, a law in the Uk is to protect individuals ' genetic privacy, something the critics are reluctant to because it moves on mitochondrial dna, that is to say, the part which is only a small part of the genome."
"in other words, writes Science Magazine, it seems as if the killer's true identity is still shrouded in mystery – like so much else relating to Jack the Ripper and his victims."
"for Example, is not even the number of victims known. According to the "
"The suspected killer, Aaron Kosminski, which, according to some of the notes had"