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The following handwritten notes, were compiled by me during my investigation into the murder / suicide script relating to the so-called whf  shootings...
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Notes, [Dated, 12th February 2003 (15 pages}..

Page 1 transcript - No exhibit reference no.'s given to either of the two sound moderators (silencers) referred to @ Major Incident Register Entry 342, or the solitary silencer referred to @ Major Incident Register (Entry) 675

(Addendum Notes)These three different sound moderators, could not all have had the same exhibit identifying mark of either SBJ/1, SJ/1, DB/1, AE/1, CAE/1 or DRB/1 Comments in red, and green, added on 29th March 2020..

Blood Expert, John Hayward, made a witness statement, dated, (not recorded in original handwritten notes) stating that the blood found inside the silencer (A, EAP BA, AK1 and HP 2-1) could have originated from either Robert Woodwis Boutflour or Sheila Caffell (both had identical blood groups (A, EAP BA, AK1 and HP 2-1)

At trial, Chelmsford CC, 1986, Robert Woodwis Boutflour, testified that although he was present when his son found the silencer he did not handle or touch it. It is now an established fact that David Boutflour found a silencer at the scene, and helped to introduce a second silencer almost one month after he had found the first  (believed to have been exhibit DB/1) one at the scene, the first one, on the 10th August 1985, and the second one he was involved along with his sister for introducing 'it' (believed to have been exhibit DRB/1) on the 11th September 1985. To date, Neither David Boutflour nor his sister (Ann Eaton) have told the whereabouts of the second silencer, prior to Ann Eaton handing it over to DC Oakey (HQ SOCO), on the very same date that her brother David Boutflour telephoned Essex police to inform them on that date, that he had found the silencer to the gun! So, it appears that the information given by Mr Boutflour senior, and his son, whilst giving their evidence in chief, and under Cross examination, deliberately kept back from the court of trial, that key information.  For example, if as contended by Robert Boutflour, that he was present when his son found the silencer, but that he did not handle it, or touch it, which occasion was he referring to (the find of one silencer on the 10th August 1985, or the handing over of the second silencer by Ann Eaton to DC Oakey, on the 11th September 1985?

It beggars belief, that Essex police, in particular at least two different SOCO teams (One from HQ and the other from Witham police station) missed finding two of the three Parker hale silencers at the scene between the first morning of the police investigation and examination of the crime scene on the 7th August 1985, until the evening of 9th August 1985, when the police handed back the door keys to the farmhouse to Ann Eaton at the scene. By that stage, DS Jones had taken possession of one of the parker hale silencers (believed to have belonged to Anthony Pargeters .22 (brno) bolt action rifle stored in the downstairs toilet) Where did the third silencer (believed to have been exhibit DRB/1) suddenly appear from, on and by the 11th September 1985? Surely it wasn't hidden away back at the scene throughout the entire period 7th August 1985 until 11th September 1985? As a result of diligent research into the matter of these three different parker hale silencers which lay at the heart of these police investigations, I am satisfied that that only two of these could have been present at whf at the time of the shooting tragedy. These were the two parker hale silencers, one belonging to Anthony Pargeters .22 (brno) bolt action rifl, which was normally stored inside the downstairs toilet, and the so called Bamber owned parker hale silencer, belonging to the .22 (anshuzt) semi-automatic rifle, which was normally kept in the gun cupboard in the downstairs office (office also known as 'the den'). It seems perfectly clear to me, that by the 10th August 1985, the two silencers, one each belonging to the Pargeter rifle, and the other belonging to the Bamber rifle, had both been discovered, and that as from the evening of the 12th August 1985, that Essex police were in possession of both silencers (SBJ/1 - SJ/1 and DB/1) by that stage. Rather interestingly enough, only one of these silencers was taken by DI Cook to the Lab' at Huntingdon on the 13th August 1985 to be provisionally examined by forensic scientist Glyniss Howard. Now, what is interesting about that silencer was that according to Cook, at the time he took that silencer to the lab' on that occasion, it did not have an exhibit label attached to it, and so he attached a CJA section 9 exhibit label to it, which he identified by the mark, SJ/1, not SBJ/1. He further contended that both he and Glynis Howard both signed that exhibit label, at positions two and three, and that position one was left blank for the finder of the silencer to sign later on. Cook believed the finder to have been DS Jones, and later on Glynis Howard told the COLP investigators in 1991, that she only ever signed one exhibit label in connection with the silencer, and that was the one that Cook had brought to the Lab' on the 13th August 1985. But there is a problem between what Cook says the identifying mark of that silencer was, and the presence of both Glynis Howard and Cooks signature(s) appearing on an exhibit label marked DB/1 (and not, either SBJ/1 or SJ/1).  There simply does not exist, or if it does, or they do, then it has thus far never yet been disclosed to Bambers campaign team at any stage during the past 34 years or so since the date of the murders...

What we have, instead, are two different CJA section 9 exhibit labels, one bearing the identifying mark of DB/1, and the other bearing the identifying marks of DB/1 - DRB/1, and the signatures of all parties concerned. So, what if anything happened to one or more of the other two exhibit labels given to the silencer that DS Jones took possession of at the crime scene on the first morning of the police investigation, and the silencer that Cook had taken to the Lab' on the 13th August 1985, bearing the identifying marks of SBJ/1(which came into existence on 7th August 1985) and SJ/1 (which came into existence from 13th August 1985, onward)?


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Notes, Dated, 12th February 2003 (15 pages}..

Page 2 transcript -  Entry 342, in the Major Incident Register, states  that two sound moderators were taken by a police (motorcycle) outrider to Chelmsford C C, and later on      1986, both were handed back to Robert Woodwis Boutflour by Essex police.

Entry 675 in the Major Incident Register, states that a third silencer was donated to Essex police black museum.

When the silencer arrived at Huntingdon Laboratory on 13th August 1985, it was (subsequently) referred to as exhibit SBJ/1, Then subsequently handed back to Essex police) Despite DI Cook stating that on that occasion an exhibit Label bearing the identifying mark of SJ/1 had been attached by himself when he arrived at the Lab')

The silencer (SBJ/1) remained in the possession of Essex police (DI Cook) for a period of 17 days, (15th August 1985) it was taken to the police and research facility  at Sandridge) before it was returned on 30th August 1985; at which stage, the silencer references began to alter, being thereafter referred to as DB/1 and DRB/1.


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Notes, Dated, 12th February 2003 (15 pages}..

Page 3 transcript -  Entry 342 in the Major Incident Register, refers to two sound moderators, Not just one, that were handed back to Robert Woodwis Boutflour, yet no evidence exists, nor has any information been provided, to explain how and in what circumstances both were handed in, or came into the possession of the police? More significantly, who took possession of both silencers from Robert Woodwis Boutflour? Where both were stored? Whether either were taken to Huntingdon or any other forensic science Laboratoryto be examined? Whether ior not either was taken to the police research and development branch @ Sandridge for fingerprint  testing, or other tests?Why and for what reason were both taken to Chelmsford CC? And more importantly, why the defence, judge, and jury were not told about the existence of these other 2 silencers?

There then remains, one rather odd and puzzling question which needs to be urgently addressed ...


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Notes, Dated, 12th February 2003 (15 pages}..

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Notes, Dated, 13th January 2004 (4 pages)..
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"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...

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Notes, Dated, 14th January 2004 (5 pages)..
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"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...