Author Topic: BLOODSTAINED PAGES (656 & 657) of 'BIBLE' withheld at trial in October 1985  (Read 243 times)

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Offline mike tesko

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Who moved it and why?

It couldn't have been moved by Jeremy Bamber!
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The bible was originally assigned the exhibit reference of DRH/33, and DRH/44..
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The bible was originally assigned the exhibit reference of DRH/33, and DRH/44..

Rather problematic is the fact that a 'HAND SWAB' taken from the hand of Sheila Caffell at the scene which later attracted the exhibit reference 'DRH/33'

Both hands were swabbed by DC HAMMERSLEY at the scene (left and right), yet police never got around to officially  assigning a separate exhibit reference to each handswab, or did the police only take one handswab? Furthermore, did the police swab both hands using a single swab?

It is also probable, there may have been blood on one or more of Sheila Caffells hands. No photographs showing the open palms of Sheila, or the hand swabs, have been disclosed.

If police only swabbed one of Sheila's hands, which one? Right or left?

Was the same hand swabbed twice, the first one to clean away any blood on the hand? The second swab then used to reswabbed the same hand again?
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By the time Jeremy Bamber came to stand trial (2nd October 1986) at Chelmsford crown court,  police said that no photographs taken of the bible.

Also, no photograph of the handwritten suicide note, and or the crochetted cloth, known to have be inserted into the pages of the bible. However, it now must establish that Essex police set out to deliberately conceal the truth regarding the bible  the suicide note, crochetted cloth, or handswabb(s)...
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If 'the suicide note' was originally found in Sheila's bedroom on a bedside cabinet, who moved it into pages of the blue bible which ended up later being photographed close to Sheila's body when she was photographed on the main bedroom floor?


The photographs of the blue bible near Sheila Caffells body was problematic to the police/prosecutions case which they brought against Jeremy Bamber, because some of the crime scene photographs which were taken of Sheila and the bible, showed 'a suicide note' which was originally found in Sheila's bedroom on a bedside cabinet  and a crochetted cloth, which was originally photographed on a kitchen worktop close to the telephone handset off its cradle, and pieces of ammunition spilled out of its box nearby...

The presence of the suicide note, and the crochetted cloth inserted into the blue bible proves that it was the police who had staged her death scene as a suicide, which the police were happy to go along with for a month or so...

According to PC Bird, and the other members of the Witham SOC team, the bodies of victims and items of evidential value, had remained untouched and not disturbed since where the firearm officers had found them over two and a half hours earlier.

That clearly was not the case..
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Photographic evidence exists to indicate that Sheila's body had been manhandled by someone who quite literally had blood on the fingers of their hands!
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