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Offline Adam

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I posted a list earlier today on 'The ITV drama' thread.

This has been amended.

'Court of Appeal'/COA has been added as a source to several items. When appropriate.

Most of the items have COA as a source and have not been disputed by the CT. The other sources are also strong, but appreciate not as strong as the COA.

Obviously the COA is an independent source & only published it's independent summary because Jeremy Bamber appealed. 

People cannot complain about biased books or quotes from the OS.

With so much incriminating forensic evidence from an independent source, hopefully this puts an end the claims of innocence.
« Last Edit: February 10, 2020, 04:36:PM by Adam »
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« Last Edit: February 10, 2020, 04:33:PM by Adam »
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Re: Incriminating forensic evidence from an independent source:
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2020, 06:18:PM »
You don't even know what the COA sources are.  ;D

Plus a lot has changed since 2002.

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Re: Incriminating forensic evidence from an independent source:
« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2020, 07:41:PM »
You don't even know what the COA sources are.  ;D

Plus a lot has changed since 2002.

Nothing has changed since 2002. Except Bamber did even worse in 2012.

The COA did give sources. Although they do not need to.

Obviously with 60 pieces of forensic evidence from the COA, there is not much Bamber can do except claim there are withheld documents.
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