Jack the Ripper Suspect – Louis Deimschutz
a.k.a. Louis Diemschitz, Diemschutz or Lewis Diemschitz.
Louis Deimschutz was a witness at the inquest of Liz Stride. Deimschutz found her body, and until recently, that’s about the extent of the interest in him.
American private investigator Randy Williams has come up with a new theory, based on research which he began in 2012.
Williams’ new book Sherlock Holmes And The Autumn of Terror (published Oct 31, 2016), describes the theory in a fictionalised form as a Sherlock Holmes story, however, the theory behind it is based on real facts which can easily be verified.
The theory is that not only is Louis Deimshutz alleged to be Jack the Ripper, but also another 2 accomplices; Isaac Kozebrodski, and Samuel Friedman, are also Jack the Ripper. (More on them when I get to them alphabetically)
This goes a long way to explaining the widely differing MO’s in the Whitechapel murders.
As for the canonical five… Well there were five of them, and that’s about all you can say. According to Williams, the Rippers killed thirteen women; most of the Whitechapel murders.
I haven’t finished reading his book, and I may have to come back here and edit this, but I need to get this out there now
Conclusion: It’s the most plausible theory I have heard in a long time. I’ve always believed that there were at least 2 persons responsible.
For more information, have a look at this page:
Also, Randy has a Facebook page with lots more information: