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Only 14 of the 25 bullets were linked to the anshuzt rifle to the exclusion of all others..
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Only 19 of the crime scene bullet cases were fingerprinted using superglue teatment!

These were/are:-

DRH/1 - Main Bedroom
DRH/2 - Main Bedroom
DRH/3 - Main Bedroom
DRH/4 - Main Bedroom
DRH/6 - Main Bedroom
DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
DRH/8 - Main Bedroom
DRH/10 - Main Bedroom
DRH/11 - Main Bedroom
DRH/12 - Main Bedroom
DRH/13 - Outside Main Bedroom door
DRH/14 - On Main Stairs
DRH/16 - Childs room
DRH/17 - Childs room
DRH/18 - Childs room
DRH/19 - Kitchen
DRH/20 - Kitchen
DRH/23- Problematic (see diagrams)..

Originally there were only 11 bullet cases found in the Main bedroom! One bullet case outside Main Bedroom Door, One bullet case on the Main Stair, Three bullet Cases from Childs room and two Bullet Cases from the Kitchen!

Later, One more Bullet Case was added to the Main Bedroom Scenario (DRH/43), Five more added to the Childs Room (DRH/36, DRH/38, DRH/39,DRH/39,DRH/40) and One more Bullet Case to the Kitchen  (DRH/41) - Producing a total of 25
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Only 19 of the crime scene bullet cases were fingerprinted using superglue teatment!


Or could it be all the bullets were tested. With six bullets being swapped?
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Or could it be all the bullets were tested. With six bullets being swapped?

six bullet cases swapped?

Six bullets swapped?

We know that Essex police and its ballistic expert fluctuate regarding the number of shots fired, ranging from 24 /25/26..

It has been categorically established that at least one of the crime scene bullets (PV/20)
 recovered during autopsy was removed from Sheila Caffells neck! At the time the pathologist removed it the bullet was badly fragmented(7 August 1985)! Yet by 20 September, it had grown into a whole bullet which enabled the prosecutions ballistic expert, Malcolm Fletcher to associate the whole bullet version of PV/20 with/to the anshuzt rifle. Since the second bullet (PV/19) which was removed from Sheila's brain,
 the so called expert was able to conclude that her death was caused by two shots from the same family owned silencer, but the claim was fake, they had to tamper with a piece of badly fragmented bullet and substitute it with a whole test fired one which must have been fired post the shootings via the said rifle!
 Badly fragmented bullets don't grow back into whole bullets, somebody with an interest in promoting the suggestion that her death was/is a one gun crime switched the fragmented bullet, for a test fired whole one!

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Only 19 of the crime scene bullet cases were fingerprinted using superglue teatment!

These were/are:-

DRH/1 - Main Bedroom
DRH/2 - Main Bedroom
DRH/3 - Main Bedroom
DRH/4 - Main Bedroom
DRH/6 - Main Bedroom
DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
DRH/8 - Main Bedroom
DRH/10 - Main Bedroom
DRH/11 - Main Bedroom
DRH/12 - Main Bedroom
DRH/13 - Outside Main Bedroom door
DRH/14 - On Main Stairs
DRH/16 - Childs room
DRH/17 - Childs room
DRH/18 - Childs room
DRH/19 - Kitchen
DRH/20 - Kitchen
DRH/23- Problematic (see diagrams)..

Originally there were only 11 bullet cases found in the Main bedroom! One bullet case outside Main Bedroom Door, One bullet case on the Main Stair, Three bullet Cases from Childs room and two Bullet Cases from the Kitchen!

Later, One more Bullet Case was added to the Main Bedroom Scenario (DRH/43), Five more added to the Childs Room (DRH/36, DRH/38, DRH/39,DRH/39,DRH/40) and One more Bullet Case to the Kitchen  (DRH/41) - Producing a total of 25

So, we have an odd bullet case (DRH/23)!

This was one of the 19 bullet cases which DI 'Ron' Cook (SOCO) took to Sandridge Police facility for fingerprinting by way of 'Cynoacrylate Fumes'(Superglue technique)! But whereabouts in the house was it originally recovered from? What about the Officers report (1612) which deals with a shooting incident in the kitchen? Was Bullet Case DRH/23 linked to a police round which got discharged downstairs in the kitchen?

No?

Yes?

If so, what we have in favour of Sheila Caffell being shot downstairs in the kitchen, are the following facts:-

(1) - police logs place Sheila's body downstairs in the kitchen from as early as 7,30am, she was one of two bodies both described as being dead there in various other police log messages, timed at 7.35am, 7.37am, 7.38am, 7.42am and by 7.45am..

(2) - Only three bodies were found upstairs by the close of the firearm Operation at 8.10am..

(3) - Sheila was shot twice, once across the throat similar to as if she had been shot whilst standing upright and involved in a struggle with a person who had control of the trigger of the gun which fired that shot! I shall refer to this shot as the 'non fatal' one, meaning that it did not kill her instantaneously. According to Professor Knight she may have still been able to move around after receiving that shot for up to half an hour afterwards! But, after initially receiving the 'non fatal' shot she fell to the ground and became deeply unconscious causing police to assume that she had died downstairs in the kitchen!

(4) - The bullet subject of the 'non fatal' shot had the exhibit reference, PV/20..

(5) - Pathologist Peter Venezis, extracted a piece of badly fragmented bullet from Sheila Caffell during autopsy which performed on the body on 7 August 1985! In his report he describes PV/20 as being a piece of badly fragmented bullet!

(6) - A piece of badly fragmented bullet, is not a whole bullet!

(7) - Prior to performing the autopsy, an Xray was taken of Sheila Caffells body! By reference to this 'Xray evidence' it becomes clear that the bullet had 'fragmented upon impact' inside Sheila Caffells Neck!

(8) - The angle at which this 'non fatal' shot entered the neck is consistent with the victims body being in an upright position, as distinct from the second shot (PV/19) which was created when the gun was held or laid flush with the body (both shots could not have been inflicted in the same action involving recoil)..

(9) - The existence of an 'Officers Report' (reference 1612)which deals with a shooting incident in the kitchen of the farmhouse!

(10) - A fourth body appeared upstairs after 8.10am, when the body total downstairs (2) and upstairs (3), inextricably changed in downstairs (1), and upstairs (4)..

(11) - The kitchen telephone which had originally been 'off the hook' (3.42am, 3.56am), had become 'engaged' at 5.47am, was sensationally 'switched' by the operator to the police control room at 6.08am via the 999 emergency system to enable police to eavesdrop! This occurred at a time when ambulances were summoned to the scene to deal with victims who had potentially been shot, were wounded, or dying - the ambulances arrived at the scene at around 7 O'clock! Once the two bodies had been reported as being dead in the kitchen, police spoke in terms of one of these two deaths being a murder, and the second death as being a suicide! A couple of minutes after reference to a murder and a suicide (by 7.45am), the 999 open line from the scene was closed down at 7.47am! By this stage, only two bodies had been reportedly found, the body of 'One dead Male' and the body of 'One dead Female', a murder, and a suicide! The shooting incident in the kitchen (reference 1612) of Sheila Caffell by police must have been overheard via the telephone prior to the 999 open line being closed down! There was an audio recording of the aforementioned shooting incident, confirming that Sheila's body was clearly downstairs in the kitchen, mistakenly assumed to have been killed, and being referred to as a suicide!

(12) - The deaths of the other four victims of the tragedy, were all murders, none of these could be considered to be suicides!

(13) - When the body count upstairs (3) and downstairs (2) changed after 8.10am,( One body downstairs, four bodies upstairs) the position in the pecking order regarding the potential discovery of Sheilla Caffells body could never be considered as the second body found in the scheme of things, since police would have found June Bambers body by the open main bedroom door as soon as they arrived at the top of the main stairs!  Her death could not be described as a suicide, she had been shot seven times, once between the eyes! There was no gun near her body!How police could have missed June Bambers body by the main bedroom door as they climbed the main stairs is something of an enigma!

(14) - In the event that police missed June Bambers body by the main bedroom door, and they entered the main bedroom by an alternative second bedroom door (by the bedside cabinet on the left of the bed), they would first of all have discovered the bodies of the two child victims, Daniel and Nicholas! Therefore, by this alternative route Sheila's body would have been the fourth one to be found, as compared to the third body to be found if police entered the main bedroom  with June Bambers body by its door!

(15) - The second body found was described by police as a suicide!

(16) - after 8.10am, Three senior officers left the forward control point in a nearby outbuilding and went into the aforementioned kitchen of the farmhouse (Harris, Gibbons and Montgomery). Harris used the kitchen phone to call ACC Peter Simpson, to update him regarding how the police operation had just gone pear-shaped! It had all gone wrong by this stage because there was a female body missing from the kitchen! By 8.30am, the operation was back on track with Sheilla Caffells body relocated apparently collapsed and dead on the top of the bed! (This is the correct interpretation/explanation for the change in the body count distributed between downstairs and upstairs, where a ratio of 2/3 became 1/4)..

(17) - The bodies of both June Bamber and Sheila Caffell were laid side by side on top of the bed from 8.30am, onward..

(18) - Police surgeon, Dr Craig, pronounced Sheila dead at 8.44am by stating that she had died as a result of what appeared to be a wound upon her neck. He also described the position of her body as being on the far side of the bed, not the floor!

(19) - before leaving the scene at around 9am, PS Adams (Commander of firearm Operation) visited main bedroom and saw the body of Sheila Caffell, there was no gun with her body at time time! Adams would later claim that by reference to the Crime scene video footage shown at a debriefing held on the evening of the first day of the investigation, that he thought Sheila's body had been moved after he saw it and left the scene! He also states that both he and PC Collins thought that prior to their deaths, June and Sheila had both been bible reading!

(20) - Senior Officers performed 'informatives' involving Sheila's death!

(21) - DS Jones and DC Clark both saw the bodies of June and Sheila laid on top of the bed, with the gun on the bed between both bodies! Sheila had a bible on her chest! Jones and Clark left the scene and went to Jeremys cottage where they recited this information to Ann Eaton!

(22) - SOCO (Cook, Hammersley, Bird, and Davidson arrived at scene, 9.20am, but kept out of house until 10 am whilst informatives', ongoing!

(23) - Coroners Officer arrived at scene 9.30am. He states there was no gun with Sheila's body, it had been removed by that stage!

(24) - DC Oakey (SOCO, in company with DC Henderson who took Crime Scene Video during 'informatives' 9am - 10am) took photograph 25 showing the barrel of the rifle resting against the left side of Sheila's neck!

(25) - SOCO (Cook, Hammersley, Bird, and Davidson) take control of scene, PC Bird starts taking the first photographs from 10 am..

(26) - by 20 September 1985, badly fragmented bullet (PV/20) has mysteriously grown into a whole bullet, which enables the prosecutions ballistic expert to conclude that the same gun fired both the shots subject of Sheila Caffells injury and death!


 
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Police shot Sheila, there is no doubt about it, and they have tampered with the ballistic evidence to turn her death into a one gun crime, when in reality the anshuzt rifle only fired one of the two bullets which killed her (PV/19)
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DRH/23- Problematic (see diagrams)..


I believe I have stumbled on something highly significant here!
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DRH/23 - bullet and box!!

Without inclusion of this bullet and the box (DRH/23) there are only 24 bullet cases! Yet 25 bullets..
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I now know with 100% certainty, that cops test fired the live round which was part of exhibit DRH/23, and used the spent cartridge case from it to introduce it to the crime scene, and the bullet part from exhibit DRH/23 was switched with the badly fragmented original PV/20 - so that it looked like Sheila had been shot twice by use of the same gun, when she hadn't...

The live round in question (part of DRH/23) is circled in yellow, below..
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Ron Cook (SOCO) took cartridge cases from bullets to Sandridge for fingerprinting by superglue treatment on the 23rd August 1985, and by that stage the live round was already a spent bullet case, so it must have already been test fired in the anshuzt rifle so that Cook could send bit in place of the original PV/20 bullet, and its corresponding bullet case to the lab' at Huntingdon by 30 August 1985...


Exhibit DRH/23 was a live .22 Eley round, in an otherwise empty ammunition box on the kitchen worktop, but by the time Cook (SOCO) took bullet cases to be tested by superglue technique,on 23rd August, the live round which was part and parcel of exhibit DRH/23 had already become transformed into a bullet case! What could police possibly have done with the bullet part of DRH/23? You've guessed it, they used it to switch the original badly fragmented PV/20 which the pathologist removed from Sheila's neck, so that by the time the prosecutions ballistic expert examined the bullets, it appeared as though both shots to Sheila's neck had been inflicted by the same gun (the anshuzt rifle)!

Wow,what a turn up for the books at such a late stage in proceedings!!
 

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Ron Cook, (SOCO), took 19 bullet cases (7 short when you take into account the misuse of part of DRH/23 which had turned from being a whole bullet, into a .22 bullet case) to the police facility at Sandridge on 23rd August 1985, for fingerprinting by superglue treatment and a week later, he forwarded 24 bullet cases (1 short) to the ballistic expert (Malcolm Fletcher)at Huntingdon

Only 19 of the crime scene bullet cases were fingerprinted using superglue teatment!

These were/are:-

(01) - DRH/1 - Main Bedroom
(02) - DRH/2 - Main Bedroom
(03) - DRH/3 - Main Bedroom
(04) - DRH/4 - Main Bedroom
(05) - DRH/6 - Main Bedroom
(06) - DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
(07) - DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
(08) - DRH/8 - Main Bedroom
(09) - DRH/10 - Main Bedroom
(10) - DRH/11 - Main Bedroom
(11) - DRH/12 - Main Bedroom
(12) - DRH/13 - Outside Main Bedroom door
(13) - DRH/14 - On Main Stairs
(14) - DRH/16 - Childs room
(15) - DRH/17 - Childs room
(16) - DRH/18 - Childs room
(17) - DRH/19 - Kitchen
(18) - DRH/20 - Kitchen
(**) - DRH/23- Problematic (see diagrams)..


The 24 bullet cases, sent by Ron Cook (SOCO) to the ballistic Expert, Malcolm Fletcher, at Huntingdon Lab' on the 30th August 1985:-


(01) - DRH/1 - Main Bedroom
(02) - DRH/2 - Main Bedroom
(03) - DRH/3 - Main Bedroom
(04) - DRH/4 - Main Bedroom
(05) - DRH/6 - Main Bedroom
(06) - DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
(07) - DRH/7 - Main Bedroom
(08) - DRH/8 - Main Bedroom
(09) - DRH/10 - Main Bedroom
(10) - DRH/11 - Main Bedroom
(11) - DRH/12 - Main Bedroom
(12) - DRH/13 - Outside Main Bedroom door
(13) - DRH/14 - On Main Stairs
(14) - DRH/16 - Childs room
(15) - DRH/17 - Childs room
(16) - DRH/18 - Childs room
(17) - DRH/19 - Kitchen
(18) - DRH/20 - Kitchen
(19) - DRH/37 - Childs room
(20) - DRH/38 - Childs room
(21) - DRH/39 - Childs room
(22) - DRH/40 - Childs room
(23) - DRH/41 - Childs room
(24) - DRH/43 - Kitchen Table

(**) - DRH/23- Problematic (see diagrams).. Part of DRH/23 (Live round) was test fired, spent cartridge became 25th .22 bullet case, and whole bullet part of Live round became PV/20, it being switched with the original piece of badly fragmented bullet removed from Sheila Caffells neck during autopsy by pathologist on 7 August 1985 - this enabled the prosecutions ballistic expert, Malcolm Fletcher to conclude that both wounds to Sheila's neck had been inflict by use of the same gun, when in fact, two different guns were used! This substitution process is linked to the 'Officers Report' about a shooting incident in the kitchen (reference 1612)which took place when firearm officers entered the farmhouse, and reported two dead bodies, one male, one female, described as a murder, and a suicide!

(**) ) - part DRH/23 - Kitchen Worktop problematic missing from submission list
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This explanation helps to set out the various discrepancies as to the mention of shots actually fired, ranging from 24, 25 and 26...
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This explanation helps to set out the various discrepancies as to the mention of shots actually fired, ranging from 24, 25 and 26...

24 shots, fired from the anshuzt rifle, the 25th shot fired during the aforementioned shooting incident in the kitchen to which an 'Officers Report' relate, and 26 incorporating this with the pieces of part of DRH/23 (Live Round), which had become transformed into a .22 bullet case by 23rd August 1985 when Ron Cook took it and 18 other .22 bullet cases to a police facility in Sandridge for superglue testing, and a whole bullet (which by that stage had become PV/20)...
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24 shots, fired from the anshuzt rifle, the 25th shot fired during the aforementioned shooting incident in the kitchen to which an 'Officers Report' relate, and 26 incorporating this with the pieces of part of DRH/23 (Live Round, which had become transformed into a .22 bullet case by 23rd August 1985 when Ron Cook took it and 18 other .22 bullet cases to a police facility in Sandridge for superglue testing, and a whole bullet (which by that stage had become PV/20)...

By using my considerable powers of deduction, the misuse of part of DRH/23 (Live round which became a spent .22 bullet case by 23rd August 1985), it follows that it must have been test fired in the anshuzt rifle, since it would have had magazine loading marks, a firing pin mark, and extraction and ejection marks upon it from the gun that fired it! Likewise, the whole bullet from part of DRH/23 would have rifling and striation marks from being fired in the gun, and passing snugly through the guns barrel. This, unfortunately for the prosecutions case, helps to explain why no blood was found inside the lining of the anshuzt rifles barrel when the prosecution expert performed his highly controversial 'Cloth Pull Through' Test (MDF/135) by which to announce that there was no blood in the barrel of the gun! Of course, there wouldn't be any blood in the barrel of the gun after part of DRH/23 had been test fired in the gun (before 23rd August 1985), prior to the 'Cloth Pull Through Test' being conducted not until 12th September 1985! An absence of any blood in the barrel of the gun coupled with a presence of blood inside the Sound Moderator (silencer) proved to be a huge stumbling block in the defence case! However, it can now be shown that the court was deceived regarding the test firing of the anshuzt rifle post date the shootings! At trial, and elsewhere Malcolm Fletcher told the court that he did not start to officially test fire the anshuzt rifle until 20 September 1985, 8 days after he performed his astonishing 'Cloth Pull Through Test' on 12 September 1985! Sadly, the rifle had already been test fired with part of DRH/23 (the Live Round) by 23rd August 1985! that earlier test firing would almost without doubt cleared the inner lining of the guns barrel from any blood capable of being later detected by the 'Cloth Pull Through Test'..

This is a very important and significant discovery on my part...
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Here is the conclusive proof that somebody tampered with the batch of Crime Scene Ammunition, that ultimately changed the course of Jeremy Bambers trial, and the rest of his life!


Exhibit DRH/23 (one live .22 round, in an otherwise empty ammunition box on the kitchen worktop), photographed there by PC Bird (SOCO)after 10am, on 7th August, 1985

Which by 23rd August 1985, had already become transformed, into a .22 bullet case, in time for Ron Cook (SOCO) to take 'it' to a police facility (Sandridge) to fingerprint in by superglue treatment, along with 18 other .22 bullet cases
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