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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
False Flag: Jack the Ripper- an interview with Stephen Senise
May 12th, 2018
Duration: 02:07:36

Rippercast is pleased to welcome journalist and author Stephen Senise to discuss his book 'Jewbaiter: Jack the Ripper- New Evidence and Theory' which has recently been released in an expanded edition entitled 'False Flag: Jack the Ripper'. Listen in as we cover a variety of the topics addressed in his book such as the mass migration of Jewish people into the East End, the government, media and population's response, and how an atmosphere of antisemitism and xenophobia may have given birth to a serial killer.

A roundtable discussion featuring Paul Begg, Gareth Williams, Robert McLaughlin and Jonathan Menges

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