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Offline mike tesko

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The second shot was inflicted long after the police surgeon (Dr Craig) had already pronounced her as being dead, as a result of what appeared to be a solitary bullet wound to her throat. It beggars belief, that Dr Craig only managed to note the existence of a solitary bullet entry wound at the point he confirmed her death!

How could he have failed to see blood leaking from each of the two bullet entry wounds in Sheila'sthroat, as considered against the following crime scene image?
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"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...

Offline mike tesko

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The second shot was inflicted long after the police surgeon (Dr Craig) had already pronounced her as being dead, as a result of what appeared to be a solitary bullet wound to her throat. It beggars belief, that Dr Craig only managed to note the existence of a solitary bullet entry wound at the point he confirmed her death!

How could he have failed to see blood leaking from each of the two bullet entry wounds in Sheila'sthroat, as considered against the following crime scene image?

Furthermore, according to Dr Craig's account, the rifle was laid alongside Sheila's body, on the far side of the bed - bu5 the Harrell of the rifle is resting against the left hand side of her neck in the previously posted photograph, indicating that if the rifle was alongside Sheila Caffells body when first viewed by Dr  Craig, that some other person, shifted the rifle which Dr Craig had seen alongside the body, onto the body once Dr Craig left the main bedroom crime scene!

Moving on, Dr Craig confirmed Sheila's death by reference to her only having what appeared to be  single shot to her neck, at 8.42am, which is significant because the With am scenes of crime team, (Cook, Davidson, Hammersley and Bird said that they did not get GI end charge of the farmhouse until 10am, that morning, some one hour and 38. Minutes after Dr Craig verified Sheila's death, only saw one bullet entry wound to her neck, and who saw at 8.42am, that there was a rifle alongside her body! How did the rifle get into the body after Dr Craig left the main bedroom  crime scene, and prior to 10am, when Cook and the second team of SOCO took control of the various individual crime scenes around the farmhouse, bearing in mind that Cook has gone on record as stating that no one had touched the bodies or moved anything prior to him and his With am team took charge of the potential murder scenes?

Well, Cook and the other scenes of crime officers from With am all lied about the bodies of victims not being touched or moved until after PC Bird had completely taken all photographs in a particular location...

PC Bird did not take all the crime scene photographs at the scene on that first morning of the police investigation, and he did not take the all important crime scene video which captured various scenes inside the farmhouse long before Cook and his team were handed control of the scene!
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...

Offline Aunt Agatha

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It just doesn't add up, does it!

Offline lookout

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The bottom one was done after death.

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The second shot was inflicted long after the police surgeon (Dr Craig) had already pronounced her as being dead, as a result of what appeared to be a solitary bullet wound to her throat. It beggars belief, that Dr Craig only managed to note the existence of a solitary bullet entry wound at the point he confirmed her death!

How could he have failed to see blood leaking from each of the two bullet entry wounds in Sheila'sthroat, as considered against the following crime scene image?
I believe I have mentioned this before that Dr, Craig was an alcoholic. I wonder if he was enebriated at the time which may explain his omitting to mention a second bullet wound?

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I believe I have mentioned this before that Dr, Craig was an alcoholic. I wonder if he was enebriated at the time which may explain his omitting to mention a second bullet wound?




I'd have thought he'd have seen double if he'd had a skinful  ;D

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Drinking made him lazy and forgetful

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Yes, I suppose so if he was " immune " to it and given the suddenness of the unexpected occurrence.

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Then again, he could only have seen one at that point.