An Israeli graphologist – a 'science' far less precise and far less accurate than DNA – claims that the DNA evidence showing that Jack the Ripper was a Polish Jewish refugee named Aaron Kosminski is not conclusive.
Above: Aaron Kosminski
TLV1 Radio, Israel's only English-language radio station, reports that new DNA evidence that appears to prove that a Polish-born Jewish refugee, Aaron Kosminski, was the notorious 19th century British serial killer known as Jack the Ripper may not be conclusive after all.
Because an Israeli graphologist – a 'science' far less precise and far less accurate than DNA – involved in the investigation says so.
Kosminski was Scotland Yard's top suspect, and they followed him 24/7 until they had enough evidence of bizarres and dangerous behavior to commit him to a mental asylum. But he was never tried for or convicted of the Ripper murders.