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Offline mike tesko

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Boutflour contacts Essex police on 11th September 1985, about silencer (DRB/1), he found in gun cupboard  that day

Bamber, and his legal team, and the court which tried Jeremy for these awful crimes, and the general public, have all been duped by the relatives, and the police, into believing there was only one silencer, which had blood from Sheila inside it, and paint from the aga upon it, but I’ve got news for all of them, Sheila’s blood, and the paint from the aga, was not found inside, or upon the Bamber silencer - blood and paint was found upon and inside a different silencer which was already at the Lab’ long before the Bamber silencer was even found in the gun cupboard by David Boutflour, on 11th September 1985…

Lets put the cat among the pigeons, and really stir up a hornets nest be disclosing that Essex police have a record of a telephone conversation between the police and David Boutflour, dated, 11th September 1985, where Boutflour informs the police that he has found a silencer in the gun cupboard at the scene (whf). This police record, was not disclosed to Bamber or his legal team, but was withheld, and suppressed - which allowed the prosecution to wrongly allege that Boutflour had found the silencer in the gun cupboard a month earlier. This deception allowed all references to a silencer prior to 11th September 1985, to become treated as the same silencer, which Boutflour found in the gun cupboard, a month later…

The different silencers, SBJ/1, DB/1 and DRB/1, all, thereafter, became one and the same, referred to from that point onwards, as the Bamber silencer (DRB/1) inside which was found blood that belonged exclusively to Sheila, and paint found upon it that came from marks made on the aga (as t now turns out, these marks were made of the aga, after the police handed the keys back to the relatives on evening of 9th August 1985…
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...

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Bamber silencer (DRB/1) found too late to have been contaminated with the crucial blood from Sheila, and paint from the aga in the kitchen


Lets set the record straight - the Bamber silencer was not found in the gun cupboard at whf, until 11th September 1985, and David Boutflour contacted Essex police by phone and told them what he had found, on that date, and that the silencer (DRB/1) in question, was currently at his sisters home, (Ann Eaton) where it could be collected. Essex police, sent along, DC Oakey, to recover this silencer (DRB/1) from Ann Eaton, and from that point onwards, the Bamber silencer (DRB/1) remained in police possession until 26th September 1985, at which stage the Bamber silencer (DRB/1) was submitted to Huntingdon Lab’, to be checked, for blood and fibers (all of this can now be verified by a reliance upon Essex police records and documentation)…

Essex police, only had possession of the Bamber silencer (DRB/1) between 11th and 26th September 1985, before it was forwarded onto the Lab’ at Huntingdon, to be examined…

Blood from Sheila caffell, and paint from the aga, was found in a different silencer (DB/1) which got submitted to the Lab’ on 30th August 1985 - the Bamber silencer (DRB/1) was not even found in the gun cupboard, by that stage…

If the presence of Sheila’s blood in a silencer (DB/1) and paint from the aga determines who killed Sheila, and the others, then the identity of the killer is almost likely to be the owner of the silencer inside and upon which all this significant scientific evidence was found. Who does silencer DB/1, belong to, where was it found, and by whom? More importantly, who handed it into the police, and when?

Jeremy Bamber has well and truly been framed for these murders, by his relatives, and some members of Essex police…
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...