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Identifying the 25th bullet case?

Part of DRH/23, after a test fire in the rifle by 23rd August 1985, the bullet case became the 25th casing, and the whole bullet part of the live round (DRH/23) was used to replace the original piece of badly fragmented bullet which was PV/20 that the pathologist removed from Sheila's neck during autopsy performed on 7 August 1985. This was felt necessary to try to conceal the circumstances of the shooting incident in the kitchen of the farmhouse to which an 'Officers Report' relates!

The bullet (PV/20) a whole bullet received by the prosecutions ballistic expert on 30th August 1985, was not the same piece of badly fragmented bullet removed from Sheila Caffells neck during autopsy performed on 7th August 1985! It had to be change to conceal use of a police weapon in the shooting of Sheila when armed cops entered the kitchen, calling her death there, 'a suicide'..!
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Identifying the 25th bullet case?

Part of DRH/23, after a test fire in the rifle by 23rd August 1985, the bullet case became the 25th casing, and the whole bullet part of the live round (DRH/23) was used to replace the original piece of badly fragmented bullet which was PV/20 that the pathologist removed from Sheila's neck during autopsy performed on 7 August 1985. This was felt necessary to try to conceal the circumstances of the shooting incident in the kitchen of the farmhouse to which an 'Officers Report' relates!

The bullet (PV/20) a whole bullet received by the prosecutions ballistic expert on 30th August 1985, was not the same piece of badly fragmented bullet removed from Sheila Caffells neck during autopsy performed on 7th August 1985! It had to be change to conceal use of a police weapon in the shooting of Sheila when armed cops entered the kitchen, calling her death there, 'a suicide'..!

Because police shot Sheila in the kitchen, this proves that Jeremy Bamber 'did not shoot his sister dead on the main bedroom floor', nor could 'he have staged her death scene there with a gun that was seen resting against the box room window from 7.15am, onward'...
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...

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The authorities don't like to hear the truth, in stark contrast I do..
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive"...