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Re: Alleged police statements stating SC had one gunshot wound.
« Reply #30 on: March 01, 2020, 01:02:AM »
'Informatives' had only recently started before DS Jones and DC Clark's arrival in the bedroom (9.05am) - which lasted an hour between 9am, and 10am...

According to DS Jones only had a single shot / bullet entry wound to her neck when he first saw her body at 9.05am, and he described the sight of her body as appearing as though she was simply a sleep!

Now, please look at the crime scene photographs showing the two bullet entry wounds inflicted to Sheila Caffells throat, with blood having oozed from each bullet entry wound, blood having leaked from the corner of her mouth, and blood running from one nostril and pooling in her left eye! How could anyone describe Sheila as appearing as though she was asleep at 9.05àm, if her appearance at that stage was as shown in the photographs not taken by PC Bird after 10 O'clock (an hour later)?

Was the leaking blood (as depicted in various crime scene photographs of Sheila) wet / fresh looking blood at 9.05am, when DS Jones and DC Clark arrived in the main bedroom, or already dry?

The importance / significance being that if there 'was not' two bullet entry wounds to Sheila's throat at the time DS Jones and DC Clark (9.05am) visited the main bedroom crime scene, when could the second bullet entry wound to Sheila's throat have been inflicted? More importantly, if the first photographs of Sheila sporting two bullet entry wounds in her neck were not taken until after 10 O'clock that same morning, how could it have been possible for DS Jones and DC Clark not be able to see blood running from two different bullet entry wounds in her throat? 21 minutes beforehand (8.44am) Dr Craig had also not seen blood running from two bullet entry wounds in Sheila's throat! Ask yourselves, if Sheila had originally been found there on the main bedroom floor as depicted in crime scene photographs taken  (allegedly) by PC Bird  (Witham police SOCO) after 10am,  how Dr Craig (8.44am) and DS Jones / DC Clark (9.05am) avoided being able to notice by those two stages, that Sheila had already been shot dead by way of two shots to her throat?

Take a look closely, at the following crime scene photograph (showing blood leaking from two bullet entry wounds in Sheila throat) and convince me that by 8.44am (Dr Craig) and 9.05am ( Jones / Clark) only saw a singular bullet entry wound  to Sheila's throat!!!
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Re: Alleged police statements stating SC had one gunshot wound.
« Reply #31 on: March 01, 2020, 09:27:AM »
According to DS Jones only had a single shot / bullet entry wound to her neck when he first saw her body at 9.05am, and he described the sight of her body as appearing as though she was simply a sleep!

Now, please look at the crime scene photographs showing the two bullet entry wounds inflicted to Sheila Caffells throat, with blood having oozed from each bullet entry wound, blood having leaked from the corner of her mouth, and blood running from one nostril and pooling in her left eye! How could anyone describe Sheila as appearing as though she was asleep at 9.05àm, if her appearance at that stage was as shown in the photographs not taken by PC Bird after 10 O'clock (an hour later)?

Was the leaking blood (as depicted in various crime scene photographs of Sheila) wet / fresh looking blood at 9.05am, when DS Jones and DC Clark arrived in the main bedroom, or already dry?

The importance / significance being that if there 'was not' two bullet entry wounds to Sheila's throat at the time DS Jones and DC Clark (9.05am) visited the main bedroom crime scene, when could the second bullet entry wound to Sheila's throat have been inflicted? More importantly, if the first photographs of Sheila sporting two bullet entry wounds in her neck were not taken until after 10 O'clock that same morning, how could it have been possible for DS Jones and DC Clark not be able to see blood running from two different bullet entry wounds in her throat? 21 minutes beforehand (8.44am) Dr Craig had also not seen blood running from two bullet entry wounds in Sheila's throat! Ask yourselves, if Sheila had originally been found there on the main bedroom floor as depicted in crime scene photographs taken  (allegedly) by PC Bird  (Witham police SOCO) after 10am,  how Dr Craig (8.44am) and DS Jones / DC Clark (9.05am) avoided being able to notice by those two stages, that Sheila had already been shot dead by way of two shots to her throat?

Take a look closely, at the following crime scene photograph (showing blood leaking from two bullet entry wounds in Sheila throat) and convince me that by 8.44am (Dr Craig) and 9.05am ( Jones / Clark) only saw a singular bullet entry wound  to Sheila's throat!!!
In addition to this inconsistency, are others which indicate without doubt that had the police first found Sheila's body on the main bedroom floor as depicted by reference to crime scene photographs all allegedly taken only by PC (x) Bird (Witham police station SOCO team) they would have known from all the basic clues available to them, that Sheila's body had been resting upon its right hand side prior to her ending up on her back clutching one of thge rifles!This is despite the fact that whilst testifying during the trial (October 1986), he confirmed that in fact he had not taken the following photograph ( see transcript of his sworn testimony from the trial for confirmation of this)!
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Re: Alleged police statements stating SC had one gunshot wound.
« Reply #32 on: March 01, 2020, 09:41:AM »
The clues which point to this, are clear for all to see - you don't have to be or have been a 1985 / 1986 Essex police officer, to be able to fathom this out!
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Re: Alleged police statements stating SC had one gunshot wound.
« Reply #33 on: March 01, 2020, 09:47:AM »
The clues which point to this, are clear for all to see - you don't have to be or have been a 1985 / 1986 Essex police officer, to be able to fathom this out!

A teenager with average intelligence could work it out, that Sheila's body must have been resting for a considerable time upon its right hand side, long before the body was rolled onto its back and that somebody then positioned the rifle in her possession, and then took photographs with a view to supporting the police stance or take on the matter from then on in, as a case of four murders and a suicide!
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Re: Alleged police statements stating SC had one gunshot wound.
« Reply #34 on: March 01, 2020, 11:38:AM »
Looking at that pic I could argue that Sheila had already been dead before the second shot as the blood flow had been cut-off as opposed to the above initial shot where it had pumped out.
Blood would have already been gorged in that area and would have run out and not pumped. It is clearly an accidental shot made when either demonstrating or removing the loaded rifle.
Sheila would only have shot herself once.

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Re: Alleged police statements stating SC had one gunshot wound.
« Reply #35 on: March 01, 2020, 11:41:AM »
A teenager with average intelligence could work it out, that Sheila's body must have been resting for a considerable time upon its right hand side, long before the body was rolled onto its back and that somebody then positioned the rifle in her possession, and then took photographs with a view to supporting the police stance or take on the matter from then on in, as a case of four murders and a suicide!
All the blood, whether it be a leakage, run, or a bloodstain, is prevalent on the right hand side of her body as visible by examination of the crime scene photographs taken by DC Oaky (Head Quarters SOCO), or PC Bird ( Witham SOCO), and DS Jones (Witham CID)!

Direction of blood flow from mouth
Position of triangular bloodstain in region of armpit on nightdress
Blood smears upon her right forearm
Blood runs on the upper part of her right arm
Blood underneath the bible next to her body that somebody tried to conceal
Bloodied fingermarks upon the front lower part of her nightdress

How could it have been possible for all this blood to end up where it ended up, if she had been responsible for killing herself?

More worryingly, how did some of the top Essex police officers, SOCO, CID personnel, rank and file police officers, a doctor, a coroner, and the CPS / trial judge / appellate court, not recognise that the police must have k own that Sheila did not kill herself and end up in possession of the rifle on her parents bedroom floor, in the wake of these characteristics, this being all the blood was on the right of her body, and the bedroom carpet beneath the overturned bible, also on the right of her body?
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Re: Alleged police statements stating SC had one gunshot wound.
« Reply #36 on: March 01, 2020, 11:48:AM »
Looking at that pic I could argue that Sheila had already been dead before the second shot as the blood flow had been cut-off as opposed to the above initial shot where it had pumped out.
Blood would have already been gorged in that area and would have run out and not pumped. It is clearly an accidental shot made when either demonstrating or removing the loaded rifle.
Sheila would only have shot herself once.

Lookout, it makes sense, what you are saying, however, all the blood leakage, running, pooling and staining is clearly on the right hand side of her body, and on the bedroom carpet beneath the bible!

Now hang on a minute, did some would be killer of Sheila really expect the police not to notice that there was blood underneath the open paged bible on the carpet, if she had truly shot and killed herself?

How did one edge of the bible end up nestling upon part of Sheila's upper right arm if she was shot either by her own hand, or someone else
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