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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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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!
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It just doesn't add up, does it!

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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.

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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?

Well, I suppose all the police officers who only refer to 'a wound', and Julie Mugford who when she identified Sheila's body at the morgue, only saw a single bullet entry wound to Sheila's throat, were all enebriated at the time they all made their independent observations!  Let's not forget, that immediately after identifying Sheila at the hospital mortuary she had returned to Jeremy's cottage at 9 head Street, Goldhanger, and had informed everyone there (all the relatives, Jeremy, and the police who had escorted her to carry out the identification process) that Sheila only had one visible bullet entry wound under her chin!

Now, if that's right, then why didn't the accompanying police officers correct Julie Mugfords mistake?

As a result of Julie Mugford imparting that information to all the relatives, and Jeremy, on that occasion, they all thought, or believed that Sheila had died from a singular shot to her throat (in the region beneath her chin) !  It is worth remembering that at the time Mugford described what she had seen at the mortuary, that she used the index finger of her hand and pointed it in an upwards direction under her own chin!  It falls to be considered, how Mugford knew the precise direction taken by the bullet which had inflicted the singular bullet entry wound in Sheila's neck?  Since, we all now know, that Sheila had been shot twice whilst her body was insitu back at the scene (see Crime Scene photographs, which serve to confirm this), and that every each shot had taken a different trajectory upon entering the throat (one horizontal in nature) , and the other which had travelled with vertically upwards (into her brain) -  so why did Mugford choose to rely on the vertical path of the bullet, rather than the horizontal trajectory?

Why had the mortitian who had prepared the body for the imminent identification process, disguised  the existence of a second bullet entry wound to Sheila's neck?

If Julie Mugford saw two bullet entry wounds to Sheila's throat at the mortuary, then why did she tell the relatives and Jeremy, that Sheila had only been shot once?

The matter does not end there, since at the opening of the inquest into the killings, the Coroner was told by police inspector 'Bob Miller', that the police were satisfied that Sheila had shot and killed the other four victims, and that she had then gone on to take her own life by way of a solitary shot to her head!

Now, forgive me for saying so, but 'Bob Miller' was present at the scene on the first morning of the police investigation, and so he would have been well aware that Sheila had been shot twice, not only once!

So, why all this confusion, about Sheila having been shot twice (displaying two bullet entry wounds to her throat) , or once (displaying a singular bullet entry wound)?

The stark truth, is that Sheila was shot once downstairs in the kitchen (refer to the timed police messages (7.35am, 7.41am, 7.42am and 8.10am), where it clearly sets out the case, for 'two bodies found downstairs in the kitchen' upon entry, and a further 'three bodies' found 'upstairs' , making in total, 'five dead'...

Di Cook, DS Davidson, DC Hammersley and PC Bird, did not get handed the farmhouse Crime Scene until 10am (two and a half hours after police had entered the premises)! Why was there such a significant delay before the locally based Witham police (SOCO) were given control of the crime scene?

We end up eventually, being given a different narrative, which came about after a debriefing, held later that same evening at Witham, where firearm officers were told to make their notes up and to use the position where PC Bird had photographed the five bodies insitu!  What this meant, was that as a result of this advice, the firearm officers had to say they had only found one body downstairs in the kitchen, and with the other four bodies found in upstairs bedrooms!

By the time, PC Bird was in position to start taking his selection of photographs inside the farmhouse (10 am and afterwards), Sheila's body had already been lifted off the bed and placed on the bedroom floor! Her body was moved from the bed to the bedroom floor after 9 am, by which time DS Jones and DC Clark had visited the main bedroom crime scene (DS Jones did not see two bullet entry wounds in / on Sheila Caffells throat at that time) !  By the time Jones and Clark had left the main bedroom scene to go with Jeremy back to his cottage in order to obtain a witness statement from him, Sheila had not yet received the second shot

Two entirely conflicting accounts -  the first version (by a reliance upon the contents of timed police message logs) , versus a second version, which came about as a result of senior officers ordering firearm officers to make sure that they placed the location of the victims bodies, where PC Bird had photographed them!  Hence, why in witness statement accounts produced by firearm officers, they refer to 'the bodies of victims as being in a ratio of one body downstairs in the kitchen' with 'a further four bodies upstairs in bedrooms'...

In these 'witness statement versions of the truth', none of the actions carried out once they approached and entered the farmhouse, are not accompanied by any specific timed references, unlike the police radio message log contents which do!
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Thanks Mike. You should put a Youtube video out on this.

Jeremy could do with a boost after this weeks court ruling.
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Thanks Mike. You should put a Youtube video out on this.

Jeremy could do with a boost after this weeks court ruling.

I am returning to try and give Jeremy a boost in confidence, because I know that he had nothing whatsoever to do with the shooting of his sister! The recent High Court judgement which dismisses any claim that the existence of a second silencer does not serve to undermine the validity of the convictions should successfully be appealed, based upon new information/evidence not yet relied upon, and in my possession!
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I am returning to try and give Jeremy a boost in confidence, because I know that he had nothing whatsoever to do with the shooting of his sister! The recent High Court judgement which dismisses any claim that the existence of a second silencer does not serve to undermine the validity of the convictions should successfully be appealed, based upon new information/evidence not yet relied upon, and in my possession!

Jeremy will be pleased that you are returning Mike.

Any plans to succeed Trudie & Pat & become a director in the CT? Otherwise they will be pleased to receive the new information you have.

'Only I know what really happened that night'.

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There was definitely a delay between the two shots inflicted into Sheila Caffells throat / neck. She was shot once downstairs in the kitchen, and shot on the second occasion, when she was upstairs in the main bedroom. She was definitely not on the bed when she received the second fatal shot. She did not receive the second shot until after police lifted her body from a top the bed and placed it on the floor. She had already been shot once, long before she returned to the main bedroom, and collapsed onto the top of her parents bed!  Essex police took photographs of Sheila's body laid on top of the bed at a time when she only had one bullet entry wound to her throat. That first wound must have been the so called (horizontal trajectory) 'non fatal'  shot as spoken about by Professor Knight during his testimony at the original trial. One thing that is a nailed on certainty is that PC Bird (Witham SOCO)  could not possibly have taken those photographs of Sheila laid on top of the bed sporting only a singular bullet entry wound to her throat.

(To be continued shortly)...
« Last Edit: June 07, 2020, 12:03:PM by mike tesko »
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There was definitely a delay between the two shots inflicted into Sheila Caffells throat / neck. She was shot once downstairs in the kitchen, and shot on the second occasion, when she was upstairs in the main bedroom. She was definitely not on the bed when she received the second fatal shot. She did not receive the second shot until after police lifted her body from a top the bed and placed it on the floor. She had already been shot once, long before she returned to the main bedroom, and collapsed onto the top of her parents bed!  Essex police took photographs of Sheila's body laid on top of the bed at a time when she only had one bullet entry wound to her throat. That first wound must have been the so called (horizontal trajectory) 'non fatal'  shot as spoken about by Professor Knight during his testimony at the original trial. One thing that is a nailed on certainty is that PC Bird (Witham SOCO)  could not possibly have taken those photographs of Sheila laid on top of the bed sporting only a singular bullet entry wound to her throat.

(To be continued shortly)...

I have received fresh information, which is capable of undermining the evidence of Witham SOCO's witness statements and trial testimony!  This information will open up a can of worms once I decide to act upon it.
« Last Edit: June 07, 2020, 12:11:PM by mike tesko »
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