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Offline mike tesko

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Silencer Evidence - Exposed as a Lie
« on: December 24, 2010, 10:39:PM »
Silencer Evidence - Exposed as a Lie:- the evidence the police did not want anyone to see

We now know, according to the sterling work done by Expert, Mr Sutherst, that there were no scratch marks on the underside of the kitchen mantelpiece, on the morning of the shootings (it is not my intention to steal Mr Suthersts thunder by mentioning him here) and that these marks were in fact put there over a month later, which coincides with red paint becoming ingrained into the end cap of the silencer, etc...

What I would seek to draw everyone's attention to, is the fact that on the morning of the shootings, a blue and white jacket was hanging down over a crucial area of the mantelpiece, which would have prevented access by a silencer (if one had been used, as alleged) to that area of the underside of the mantelpiece...

The cloth material of this jacket would have prevented any physical contact between a silencer and the underside of the mantelpiece to allow the transfer of red paint from the aga in that general area, onto the end of the silencer, without damaging the cloth of that jacket, and the transference of red paint onto it...

There exists evidence to suggest, that the police edited some of the crime scene pictures, for inclusion, or exclusion, into the MASTER COPY, and COURT Albums, so that Bamber and his legal team, and the court which tried Bamber for these murders, never got to know about the presence of the blue and white Jacket, in such a crucial area, where scratch marks appeared a month or so, afterward...

I produce that evidence (here) for everyone to see, what the police have been getting up to, to enable the silencer evidence (blood from Sheila, and paint from the aga) to be relied upon to prosecute Jeremy...

Please visit following link for more details:-

(1) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5288399493/in/set-72157625666506936/
« Last Edit: December 24, 2010, 10:42:PM by mike tesko »
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...

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Re: Silencer Evidence - Exposed as a Lie
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2010, 11:10:PM »
What Happened to the blue and white jacket that was hung over the edge of the kitchen mantelpiece?

Did the police seize it, and make it an exhibit?

Was this jacket forensically examined?

Who did the jacket belong to?

Only Essex police, and the CPS, and any expert who may have examined it, know the answers to these questions, but what we can say with a degree of certainty, is that a silencer could not have scratched the underside of the mantelpiece at the time of the shootings, because that jacket would have proved to be something of a formidable obstruction, thus preventing any direct contact bewteen a silencer or the underside of the mantelpiece...

"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...