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Sound Moderator (1), and Sound Moderator (2),  were presented as though there was only one Parker Hale Silencer, and that any reference to the Sound Moderator related to the only Sound. Moderator involved in the case -  yet this was / is not true. There were two Sound Moderators. One recovered by DS Jones (7th August 1985),  SBJ/1, and the other handed into the police by relatives on the 12th September 1985...

These facts, embarrassed the police / prosecutions case, since if there was only one Sound Moderator,  how come the relatives were handing in to the police a Sound Moderator on or about 12th September 1985, if it had already been handed over by Peter Eaton on the evening of 12th August 1985 and thereafter always be in the possession of the police,  or at the Lab' . Also bear in mind Inspector Cooks declaration that he retained possession of 'the'  Sound Moderator between 13th August and the 30th August 1985, at which stage this particular Sound Moderator was submitted back to the Lab' for the second time on the 20th September 1985 (DRB/1) and by which stage Sheila's unique blood had already been identified as her blood found inside that Sound Moderator, beforehand?
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You see..

How could blood found on baffle plates of a Sound Moderator, have already been identified at the Lab' before the Sound moderator was made available (20th September 1985) for examination?
« Last Edit: October 10, 2019, 06:57:PM by mike tesko »
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You see..

How could blood found on baffle plates of a Sound Moderator, have already been identified at the Lab' before the Sound moderator was made available (20th September 1985) for examination?

Two Sound Moderators, submitted to Huntingdon Lab'  the first taken to the lab' by Inspector Cook 13th August and 30th August 1985, verses submission of second Sound Moderator to the lab' on the 20th September 1985?

Blood found in one Sound Moderator, versus red paint from the second Sound Moderator that matched the red painted kitchen arga surround.

Blood originating from the shooting of Sheila Caffell, along with and red paint on the other Sound Moderator from the kitchen mantelpiece...
« Last Edit: October 10, 2019, 06:59:PM by mike tesko »
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Despite what many of you think about me, I am a truth seeker..
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Despite what many of you think about me, I am a truth seeker..

I know that Jeremy Bamber did not shoot his sister once, or on the second occasion  - the good cops are responsible for this / that and the other...
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The cops took advantage of the situation and sexually abused the person they believed or thought had shot and killed the other four victims...

I have seen images of Sheila laid on top of her parents bed wearing no panties, or knickers..

She was apparently dead by this stage, and if we are to believe that the first inflicted shot was non fatal in nature this cannot be true..

Therefore, there must have been a substantial delay of sorts between the time both shots had been fired...

More importantly that Sheila did not die, nor was she killed by anyone activating the non fatal economical trigger mechanism..
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Essex Police took photographs at the scene of this multiple shooting tragedy before the 2nd team of SOCO were handed control of the farmhouse. Why was it that the  2nd SOCO team were kept from entering the crime scene until 10 am, despite them having arrived there officially at 9.20am?

Why were the 2nd SOCO team made to wait outside the scene of this tragedy for 40 minutes or so, before they took control of the crime scene?

Throughout that 40 minute period what was happening inside the farmhouse?

The answer to this involved the 1st SOCO team compromising of DC Oakley and DC Henderson (headquarters SOCO),  which dealt with the aftermath and displacement of the female body from the kitchen downstairs to the parents bedroom upstairs. How could Sheila have moved from one part of the farmhouse to another if she was already dead when the police entered the farmhouse around 7.30am? The answer to this part of the mystery lies with the decision to cover up the circumstances of how Sheila was initially shot in horizontal fashion across the neck - she could not have shot herself initially because of the angle the rifle needed to be held when the first shot was inflicted. Someone else definitely had shot Sheila initially..
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There were a total of 581 photographs taken at the scene, and at the mortuary by a number of police officers, the official disclosure of 123 pictures was made to Bambers legal team pre-trial, and most of these were taken by PC Bird (2nd SOCO team after 10 am on the first morning of the investigation). However the people responsible for selecting those 123 pictures made a mistake, and included other photographs taken by DC Oakley ( 1st SOCO team who had control of the scene from 9.30am, onwards)..
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What we now can prove is that the body of Sheila Caffell and the rifle had not been photographed untouched or unmoved until after Ron Cooks 2nd SOC team took control of the crime scene from 10 am onwards - 07857500071 and y virtue of the fact that DC Oakley had photographed the rifle resting against the inside of the main bedroom window, and it was only put with Sheila's body afterwards as part and parcel of the stage managing process of her death scene on the main bedroom floor as a dodgy suicide. Police officers have made false witness statements about where the five bodies were found upon entry to the farmhouse and the location of the rifle and the two Sound Moderators. The Sound Moderators bearing different exhibit references of SBJ/1 and DB/1 at different stages of the investigation were references to the same Sound Moderator. What also becomes clear from careful study of the movement and examination of this silencer with two different exhibit references versus the 2nd Sound Moderator bearing the alternative reference of DRB/1..

In a nutshell the first Sound. Mderator sent or taken to the lab' on 13th (SBJ/1) and 30th August 1985 (DB/1), must have been the Sound Moderator inside of which the blood group evidence attributed to Sheila Caffell was recovered from. This is because the Sound Moderator (DRB/1) which was exhibited at trial and since was the 2nd Sound Moderator which David Robert Boutflour contacted Essex police on the 12th September 1985 to inform them that he had found the Sound Moderator (DRB/1)of the rifle which had been used to kill the five victim's of the shooting tragedy. On the following day (14th September) police fingerprinted the second Sound Moderator (DRB/1). But how could David Boutflour have telephoned Essex police on the 12th September 1985 to tell them that he had found the Sound Moderator (DRB/1) to the Bamber owned anshuzt rifle. But what becomes clear is that by that stage the police by one means or another had already got the other Sound Moderator (SBJ/1 - DB/1) in their possession before David Boutflour contacted the police on the 12th September 1985 to tell them about a Sound Moderator they ready knew about and had control of?

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