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Human blood and paint from Aga in 'WRONG SILENCER'!
« on: June 16, 2020, 06:46:PM »
Human blood which was attributed to Sheila Cahill and red paint which matched the red paint of the scratched AGA in the  farmhouse kitchen were found internally and externally on a 17 baffle plated Parker Hale sound moderator (silencer), which did not belong to the murder weapon (.22 semi-automatic Anshuzt rifle), purchased by Neville Bamber on the 24th November 1984, at Radcliffes gun shop. At the same time he also purchased 500 rounds of Eley subsonic hollow point ammunition, and a 14 baffle plated Parker hale sound Moderator (silencer). On the date of purchase, the parker hale silencer was no longer in stock, and so Radcliffes had to order one from the manufacturers. A week or so later, all the purchased items (30 November 1984) were delivered by Radcliffes to Mr Bamber at whf...
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Re: Human blood and paint from Aga in 'WRONG SILENCER'!
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2020, 07:18:PM »
It is significant, that the key blood group evidence  was not found, detected or analysed  at the Lab at the same time, when crushed red paint from the farmhouse (whf) kitchen aga. For example, analysis of the blood found inside the 17 baffle plated parker hale sound moderator (silencer) was identified at the Lab' on the 12th, 13th, 18th and 19th September 1985. Whilst the red paint found on the outside of a silencer wasn't matched to the kitchen aga until 1st October 1985!
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Re: Human blood and paint from Aga in 'WRONG SILENCER'!
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2020, 10:16:PM »
It is significant, that the key blood group evidence  was not found, detected or analysed  at the Lab at the same time, when crushed red paint from the farmhouse (whf) kitchen aga. For example, analysis of the blood found inside the 17 baffle plated parker hale sound moderator (silencer) was identified at the Lab' on the 12th, 13th, 18th and 19th September 1985. Whilst the red paint found on the outside of a silencer wasn't matched to the kitchen aga until 1st October 1985!


Lab' Examination records

13th August 1985 - Peter Wright and James Stevenson (Manchester McKensie Organisation) described the Lab' examination record  of the sound moderator as 'BOGUS AND FRAUDULENT' after their visit to Parker hale silencer manufacturing company on 6th May 1993.
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Re: Human blood and paint from Aga in 'WRONG SILENCER'!
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2020, 11:07:PM »
Kim Perks (Essex Police) responded to the fact that there were two sound moderators examined at Huntingdon, by confirming that all parties were aware of all the issues concerning the two silences..

Details concerning the two silencers was not for public disclosure!
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Re: Human blood and paint from Aga in 'WRONG SILENCER'!
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2020, 05:52:AM »

Lab' Examination records

13th August 1985 - Peter Wright and James Stevenson (Manchester McKensie Organisation) described the Lab' examination record  of the sound moderator as 'BOGUS AND FRAUDULENT' after their visit to Parker hale silencer manufacturing company on 6th May 1993.

It is easy to see why Wright and Stevenson (1993) came to such a conclusion,  since the sound moderator as of the 13th August 1985,  did not have the distinctive exhibit reference (DB/1) until a submission of that said silencer (DB/1) was submitted to Huntingdon Lab' on 30th August 1985!

Other entries contained in the diagrammatic Lab document, which is dated 13th August 1985, contains evidence that there was desire to merge at least two Parker hale silencers into the same one!
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Re: Human blood and paint from Aga in 'WRONG SILENCER'!
« Reply #5 on: June 18, 2020, 05:30:PM »
There appears to have been a concerted effort to disguise the fact that a sound moderator which was sent or taken to the laboratory at Huntingdon by Essex police on the 30th of August, and again after DS Davison and DS Eastwood fingerprinted a sound moderator on 14th September 1985...
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« Reply #6 on: June 18, 2020, 06:12:PM »
It is very significant that in May 1993, that Peter Wright and James Stevenson (Manchester Mckensie organisation) singled out the Lab' diagram pertaining to the submission and examination of a sound moderator (silencer) on 13th August  1985, was bogus and fraudulent!
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Re: Human blood and paint from Aga in 'WRONG SILENCER'!
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2020, 06:17:PM »
It is very significant that in May 1993, that Peter Wright and James Stevenson (Manchester Mckensie organisation) singled out the Lab' diagram pertaining to the submission and examination of a sound moderator (silencer) on 13th August  1985, was bogus and fraudulent!
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