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The Overwhelming Evidence that favours Jeremy Bambers Innocence in the death of his sister inside the farmhouse, or the staging of his sister's death scene on the main bedroom floor from 9.13am, onward!

(1) - Neville Bamber called Jeremy
(2) - Neville Bamber called police (3.26am, Malcolm Bonnetts log refers)
(3) - Jeremy attempts to call Neville back' but an engaged tone
(4) - Jeremy attempts to call Witham police station
(5) - Jeremy calls Julie Mugford
(6) - Occupants of CA07 despatched to incident at farmhouse (3.35am)
(7) - Occupants of CA07 arrive at scene (3.48am)
(8)  - Occupants of CA06 despatched to incident at farmhouse (3.36am)
(9) - Occupants of CA06 arrive at scene (4.22am)
(10) - Jeremy calls PC West (3.36am, refers)
(11) - PC West places Jeremy's call on hold
(12) - PC West updates Bonnett regarding sons call to CD, about sons call from father going dead
(13) - PC West speaks to Jeremy and tells him to make his way to the farmhouse where he will be met by officers who had already been sent to the incident
(14) - PC West requests operator to check the line, Operator states phone off hook (3.42am)
(15) - Operator checks line for Malcolm Bonnett at 3.56am, phone reported off the hook
(16) - PS Bews, PC Myalls and Jeremy recce' farmhouse, they see an unidentified person moving around in the main bedroom, they run back to the police patrol car to pass a request for firearm officers to be deployed to the scene
(17) - first group of firearm officers arrive at the scene (5am) Commander of operation PS Adams
(18) - firearm officers engaged in a conversation with someone from inside the farm (5.35am)
(19) - phone at scene becomes engaged (5.47am)
(20) - Operator switches engaged line via 999 system through to police in the control room (6.08am)
(21) - two ambulances summoned to attend the scene, one for immediate use at house, other on standby
(22) - Second group of TFG arrive at scene (7am) in company of PI Montgomery
(23) - anshuzt rifle is placed in view at first floor boxroom window by Sheila at 7.15am, seen by WPC Jeapes, and PC Brown
(24) - two bodies reported dead when police entered kitchen (7.30am)
(25) - body of one dead male, and the body of one dead female (7.35am, and 7.37am)
(26) - one dead male, one dead female (7.38am)
(27) - contact police surgeon and Coroner's officer regarding discovery of two dead bodies (7.42am)
(28) - DS Davidson to come on duty to office because police are dealing with an incident at whf involving two bodies, a male and a female, a murder, and a suicide (7.45am)
(29) - open 999 telephone line link from farmhouse to control room is terminated (7.47am)
(30) - only two bodies found by this stage 7.47am) other three bodies unaccounted for
(31) - a further three bodies found upstairs in bedrooms (8.10am) five dead in total. Sheila Caffells body was not amongst these three by this stage
(32) - Harris, Gibbons and Montgomery entered kitchen expecting to find two bodies, but only find Neville Bambers body. PI Montgomery assumes responsibility for firearm operation, with confusion and contradiction regarding who had been shot and killed in the kitchen, and by 8.10am only three bodies upstairs! The missing female body from downstairs added to the upstairs tally, once it arrived there, making it four bodies upstairs after 8.30am, not three!
(33) - role at scene by DCI Clarke was intended to oversee the investigation into the shooting incident in the kitchen when Sheila was shot by an officers weapon, as per the 'Officers Report' (1612, refers). Shooting incident in kitchen could not have involved use of anshuzt rifle resting against first floor box room window from 7.15am, onwards
(34) - Sheila did not die downstairs in the kitchen, she did not commit suicide there by 7.45am
(35) - Sheila was still alive (barely) at 8.44am when police surgeon Dr Craig pronounced her dead with what appeared to be a single bullet entry wound to her neck
(36)'- DC Oakey (SOCO) photographed Sheila's body on top of the bed sporting only a single bullet entry wound
(37) - DC Oakey (SOCO) took photograph number 25 showing barrel of anshuzt rifle resting against the left side of Sheila's neck, by which stage a second bullet entry wound had appeared on Sheila's throat, and fresh looking blood was pouring out from her mouth and wounds. By this stage Sheila's body had been moved from on top the bed, onto the bedroom floor
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Here is some information which everyone concerned with knowing the truth in any prosecution, the prosecution have license to tell deliberate lies without fear of ever being prosecuted!
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Here is some information which everyone concerned with knowing the truth in any prosecution, the prosecution have license to tell deliberate lies without fear of ever being prosecuted!

And, lie and decieve they do..
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A key plank of the evidence which clearly points to a cover up concerning first entry into the kitchen by armed police including PS Woodcock, and what they were confronted with, can be found in the witness statement of PS Woodcock which has had the original 15 page statement edited, and two pages retyped and inserted into the main body of a revised statement bearing PS Woodcocks name, in the same way cops fabricated evidence in my own case, and during the Hillsboro' tragedy cover up! PS Woodcocks action once he entered the kitchen is dealt with in the 'Officers Report' (reference 1612), which completely contradicts what is stated in his 'doctored witness statement'! The shooting incident referred to in the aforementioned 'Officers Report' occurred at the time PS Woodcock entered the kitchen at the scene that morning! The contents of police radio messages passed at various times, including 7.35am, 7.37am, 7.38am, 7.42am, and 7.45am, deals with two bodies downstairs in the kitchen, and only a further three bodies upstairs by 8.10am..

The original contents of PS Woodcocks 15 page witness statement would have contained information about the shooting incident (1612) refers, and the fact that two bodies were reported as found downstairs from as early as 7.35am, and only three more bodies found upstairs by 8.10am..

So, where are the original contents of PS Woodcocks 15 page witness statement?
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A key plank of the evidence which clearly points to a cover up concerning first entry into the kitchen by armed police including PS Woodcock, and what they were confronted with, can be found in the witness statement of PS Woodcock which has had the original 15 page statement edited, and two pages retyped and inserted into the main body of a revised statement bearing PS Woodcocks name, in the same way cops fabricated evidence in my own case, and during the Hillsboro' tragedy cover up! PS Woodcocks action once he entered the kitchen is dealt with in the 'Officers Report' (reference 1612), which completely contradicts what is stated in his 'doctored witness statement'! The shooting incident referred to in the aforementioned 'Officers Report' occurred at the time PS Woodcock entered the kitchen at the scene that morning! The contents of police radio messages passed at various times, including 7.35am, 7.37am, 7.38am, 7.42am, and 7.45am, deals with two bodies downstairs in the kitchen, and only a further three bodies upstairs by 8.10am..

The original contents of PS Woodcocks 15 page witness statement would have contained information about the shooting incident (1612) refers, and the fact that two bodies were reported as found downstairs from as early as 7.35am, and only three more bodies found upstairs by 8.10am..

So, where are the original contents of PS Woodcocks 15 page witness statement?

Disclosure Required

1.      Original handwritten logs and statements written by Malcolm Bonnett & PC West relating to Jeremy’s father calling the Police between 03:00am and 03:30 am saying his daughter had gone berserk with the gun.

2.      The original situation report radioed in by PS Bews calling out the firearms team because he'd seen Sheila Caffell moving in the house while Jeremy was with police. Also PS Bews and PC Myall’s original witness statements written on the 7th August 1985.

3.      The 06.9.85 Report by DI Kenneally stating that the evidence showed Sheila was responsible for murdering her family and then committing suicide.

4.      Also required, the audio recordings of the open phone line at White House Farm recording the raid on the house by the Firearms Officers who broke in at 07:39am.

5.      The original handwritten statements from first case investigation number SC/688/85 including those written by the raid team and all fifty-four (54) people who entered the house on the 7th August 1985.

6.      Interviews from the DI Dickinson Enquiry including those from the forensic scientists Glynis Howard, Malcolm Fletcher, Graham Craddock and Graham Renshaw to discover if they wrote the same things to the Dickinson Enquiry regarding two sound moderators, that they later admitted to during the 1991 C.O.L.P Enquiry.

7.      Public Interest Immunity file on Julie Mugford referring to her ‘deal’ with the Crown Prosecution Service in exchange for immunity from prosecution for five criminal offences three of which were unknown to the jury. Also disclosure of the Essex Police file on the £25,000 newspaper deal, agreed to in November/December 1985 (pre-trial) by Julie Mugford’s solicitors.

8.      Photographs of all the rooms in white house Farm including those containing firearms such as the main office, and the box room next to the Master bedroom. In November 2001, all the case negatives were in uncut complete strips of ten. By 2011 and their disclosure to Jeremy, someone had cut and removed seventy-seven (77) negative images from these film strips, which left sixteen (16) of them cut up into multiple pieces of two, three and four frames. Disclosure is required of all seventy-seven (77) photographic images.

9.      Sheila Caffell's medical/psychiatric records referring to her conversations with her consulting psychiatrist where she informs him she was afraid she would kill her children - as he briefly mentioned at trial. Disclosure of her 1983 and 1985 diaries periods where she suffered severe episodes of psychosis.
10.   Original forensic report by Renshaw referring to the blood in the sound moderator as identical to beneficiary of the Bamber estate Robert Boutflour, one of the relatives who found it after police searched the house and 'missed it'.
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The police and the CPs are the real criminals..
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It can be established beyond doubt, that somebody tampered with the internal baffle plates of the sound moderator between the 29th August 1985 when Ron Cook dismantled it before rebuilding it and forwarding it to the ballistic Expert Malcolm Fletcher on the following day, and it being examined and human / animal blood was found in its baffles between 12th to 19th September 1985, by virtue of the fact that the jaws of the baffle plates therein, had been turned on their head, which had the very misleading effect of enabling the ballistic expert, Fletcher to introduce his general theory of backspatter whereby according to him, it meant that the silencer was fitted to the barrel of the rifle when Sheila Caffell was shot in a contact position and her blood forced back into the top end part as deep as the fifth and sixth baffle plates! This is very interesting, since when Ron Cook dismantled the said silencer on 29th August 1985, the jaws of the said baffle plates were photographed by him downward facing! By the time the ballistic expert received the silencer the same baffle plates had its jaws upward facing!

Downward facing jaws versus upward facing jaws of the silencers baffle plates impacts dramatically on the findings of the ballistic experts opinion concerning his suggestion that the silencer was fitted to the barrel of the gun at the time Sheila Caffell was shot! Since, if the jaws of the baffles were downward facing upon the first dismantling of the silencer by Ron Cook, it means that the blood which was later attributed to the first five or six baffles by the ballistic expert, Fletcher (12th to 19th September, 1985) when jaws were upward facing, were in fact the last five or six baffles at the bottom end of the silencer when Ron Cook had dismantled it (29th January 1985)! With this in mind, it was impossible for Fletcher's theory of backspatter to have occurred! In fact, it becomes more apparent that any blood found inside the last five or six baffles, closest to the muzzle of the gun (not the top end cap of the silencer itself) got there after blood which lined the internal walls of the guns barrel was blasted into the bottom end of the silencer on some occasion after Sheila Caffell had been shot and killed!

We now know, that there was an unreported test fire of the gun with and without the silencer prior to or by the 12th September 1985, because the ballistic expert Fletcher did comparison tests using test fired rounds against crime scene ammunition on the 12th, 13th, 18th and 19th September 1985, despite him claiming that he had not test fired the said rifle both with and without the silencer using control ammunition from DRH/42 ( 29 live .22 Eley LR subsonic rounds) after 20th September 1985! Clearly Fletcher was deceitful in making such an obviously dishonest proposition, because he must have known there had been an earlier test fire of the gun, silencer, with at least two live rounds from exhibit DRH/42, beforehand! It later transpired during the COLP investigation that two of the 29 live rounds belonging to exhibit DRH/42 were unaccounted for! Fletcher would tell the COLP investigators during their 1991/1992 investigation, that these two missing rounds had simply got lost! Yet, lab records (general examination records belonging to the batch of crime scene ammunition) confirm that Fletcher must have known about an earlier test fire of the gun, silencer and at least two live rounds of Eley ammunition (from DRH/42), because his signature which is accompanied by dates, 12th, 13th, 18th, and 19th September 1985, appears on several general examination records, aforementioned, where it is confirmed that comparison tests had been completed prior to the 20th September 1985 (the day he claimed he started to perform his official test firing of gun, silencer and ammunition! Fletcher also falsely states in a statement that prior to him performing his official test fire of the rifle, silencer and control rounds on that date, he was not aware when the rifle with silencer had been last fired! But, he deliberately lied about this, because the contents of specific lab records clearly show that he was aware that there had been an earlier test fire (prior to 20th September 1985) of the said gun, silencer and control rounds! This earlier unreported test fire had occurred either on or before 12th September 1985 as confirmed by the official records from the lab'...


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So, Fletcher lied about not knowing when the rifle, silencer had last been fired with at least two live control rounds, and this has got to be linked to the switch over of the baffle plates after Ron Cook had dismantled and rebuilt the silencer (29th August 1985) and Fletcher had received it at the lab (30th August 1985) and dismantled it himself on 12th September 1985 - where at the former the jaws of baffle plates were downward facing from the top end down, whereas, by the time of the latter occasion, the jaws of baffle plates were upper facing from the top end down...
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It now becomes possible, to reconstruct how the police and the ballistic expert manipulated the silencer evidence so that  (false) evidence existed to support the prosecutions case that Sheila could not have shot and killed herself! They manipulated the position of blood found in the last five to six baffle plates nearest to the muzzle of the rifle barrel (screw thread end), and presented it as though the blood had been found in and upon the first five to six baffles situated at the top end of the silencer (end cap end)!

Blood at the bottom end of the silencer is not consistent with the claim that blood got there beyond the other nine baffle plates without contaminating them if backspatter occurred, it is consistent with blood originally lining the walls of the guns barrel, a silencer then fitted to that barrel, and a live round being test fired in the gun, forcing blood out of the guns barrel into the bottom end of the silencer (closest to the screw thread on the end of the guns barrel, and the inverted thread of the silencer)! Of course, what we then find, as if having given the matter serious thought, that the ballistic expert, Fletcher purports to have done a cloth pull through test of the rifles barrel (MDF/1 - Lab' item no. 135) on 12th September 1985, the very first occasion when the rifle, silencer was unofficially test fired with the missing two rounds from exhibit DRH/42..

Fletcher reports that no blood was found to be present on the cloth pull through, but that the presence of blood in the first five / six baffle plates confirms that the silencer was fitted to the gun at the time Sheila was shot!
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It now becomes possible, to reconstruct how the police and the ballistic expert manipulated the silencer evidence so that  (false) evidence existed to support the prosecutions case that Sheila could not have shot and killed herself! They manipulated the position of blood found in the last five to six baffle plates nearest to the muzzle of the rifle barrel (screw thread end), and presented it as though the blood had been found in and upon the first five to six baffles situated at the top end of the silencer (end cap end)!

Blood at the bottom end of the silencer is not consistent with the claim that blood got there beyond the other nine baffle plates without contaminating them if backspatter occurred, it is consistent with blood originally lining the walls of the guns barrel, a silencer then fitted to that barrel, and a live round being test fired in the gun, forcing blood out of the guns barrel into the bottom end of the silencer (closest to the screw thread on the end of the guns barrel, and the inverted thread of the silencer)! Of course, what we then find, as if having given the matter serious thought, that the ballistic expert, Fletcher purports to have done a cloth pull through test of the rifles barrel (MDF/1 - Lab' item no. 135) on 12th September 1985, the very first occasion when the rifle, silencer was unofficially test fired with the missing two rounds from exhibit DRH/42..

Fletcher reports that no blood was found to be present on the cloth pull through, but that the presence of blood in the first five / six baffle plates confirms that the silencer was fitted to the gun at the time Sheila was shot!

It cannot be true what the ballistic expert has said...
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It depends at which end of the 17 baffled silencer the blood was found at, the bottom end, or the top end!
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It depends at which end of the 17 baffled silencer the blood was found at, the bottom end, or the top end!

Unfortunately for Fletcher, Essex police, and the CPS, Ron Cook took photographs of the silencer he dismantled on 29th August 1985 - the jaws of the 17 baffle plates are clearly downward facing from the top end of the silencer to the bottom! He did not report seeing any blood on any of these baffle plates and he in fact separated the first six to seven of the top end baffle plates closest to the end cap, and found no blood present there at all, otherwise he would have been duty bound to say so!
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Cook submitted the rebuilt silencer to the lab' on 30th August 1985, then there followed an unofficial test fire of the said rifle, silencer and the missing two rounds of live Eley .22 ammunition from DRH/42, and the subsequent comparison tests using these two rounds to make comparison checks against crime scene ammunition between 12th, 13th, 18th, and 19th September 1985! The cloth pull through test (MDF/1) 135, was done after the unofficial unreported test fire of the gun silencer and control ammunition, described! There was no blood found in the lining of the guns barrel because it had been blasted into the bottom end of the silencer by the firing of at least one of the missing two control rounds from exhibit DRH/42...
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Cook submitted the rebuilt silencer to the lab' on 30th August 1985, then there followed an unofficial test fire of the said rifle, silencer and the missing two rounds of live Eley .22 ammunition from DRH/42, and the subsequent comparison tests using these two rounds to make comparison checks against crime scene ammunition between 12th, 13th, 18th, and 19th September 1985! The cloth pull through test (MDF/1) 135, was done after the unofficial unreported test fire of the gun silencer and control ammunition, described! There was no blood found in the lining of the guns barrel because it had been blasted into the bottom end of the silencer by the firing of at least one of the missing two control rounds from exhibit DRH/42...

The ballistic expert turned the 17 baffle plates on their head, transferring the presence of blood on the bottom six baffles so that it appeared as though the blood had been present in the first six baffles at the top end of the silencer! He did this so that he could falsely introduce his theory of backspatter! He lied about not knowing when the rifle, silencer, had last been fired prior to his examination of the same on and from 20th September 1985! He has conspired to pervert the course of justice and should be prosecuted, along with the cops and the CPS who bought into the lie!

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