Jack The Ripper's murders plaguing east London in 1888 were difficult to solve because he was an organized killer, and police were no match for his intelligence.
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Jack The Ripper's crimes have conjured widespread media attention and speculation because the gruesome crimes during 1888 in Whitechapel were difficult to solve. Incompetent police destroyed potential evidence and were only investigating suspects they deemed probable — jews and deranged men, but never considered that the killer could be a well to do and educated individual. On top of that, The Ripper was an extremely organized killer who hardly left any evidence behind, so law enforcement was just no match for him.