Author Topic: Key Crime Scene Photographs prove 'JB' did not inflict 2nd shot to his sisters n  (Read 318 times)

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Offline mike tesko

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So, there existed photographic evidence captured at the scene (upon white coloured bedside cabinet), on the first day of Essex Police's investigation into these five shootings!
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...

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At this juncture, I draw everyones attention, to the distinctive scratchmark which  miraculously materialised under the kitchen mantelpiece of the kitchen at the scene, a month or so, after the police investigation commenced...

Here is the relevant, scratchmark, which eventually was added to the kitchen aga, long after the first day of the police investigation..
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Here is the 'Faked scratchmark', added to the kitchen aga at the crime scene, a distinctive scratchmark comparable with the other original scratchmark on the white coloured bedside cabinet?
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A with am SOCO told the COLP during interview, that the reason why a paint sample was taken at the scene on 8th August 1985, and handed to DS Davidson at t he scene on that date, was because some paint had been found on the end of a guns barrel. When queried whether or not, he was referring to paint found on the end of a silencer, he responded by saying, 'no', and he reiterated that the paint he was talking about was paint ingrained on the end of a guns barrel. The paint sample in question, had the exhibit reference 'R C/1', not 'RWC/1'...

W hen this matter first came to light, both Jeremy and myself, thought that DI Cock had taken that paint sample 'RC/1' at the scene on 8th August 1985, and that he had handed it to DS Davidson at the scene on that date. But, as more and more information came to light, it was discovered that Cook only ever took one paint sample 'RWC/1', and that was when he visited whf with Ann Eaton on 14th August 1985...

The previous paint sample 'RC/1' had been taken at the scene the 8th August 1985, by PC Robert Carr (a Metropolitan police officer, who was a close friend of the relatives)..

PC Carr had also given handwritten notes to the Witham officers,  pointing out all the reasons why he believed Sheila could not have shot the others, and then herself..

It seems somewhat probable, that PC Robett Carr, used his position as a metropolitan police officer to find out things regarding the true circumstances of what had taken place at the scene once the firearm teams arrived at the scene  from 7am, onwards until 1.15pm, on the first day of the police investigations at the scene...
« Last Edit: November 07, 2020, 02:44:AM by mike tesko »
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...