A British Web site has become home to some of England's most well-known criminal trials from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Overall, about 1.4 million documents are being published on the Web site.
The trials include that of Dr. Thomas Neil Cream, who confessed to being Jack the Ripper despite the fact that he was detained in prison at the time of some of the killings. Roderick McLean's trial is also featured.
McLean attempted to assassinate Queen Victoria in Windsor Castle. Managing director Olivier Van Calster said: "This collection will be of great use to social historians as they contain a variety of in-depth information about crime and criminals..."