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Offline notsure

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Re: Brain fingerprinting test
« Reply #15 on: July 14, 2017, 12:20:PM »
Everyone has to accept Bamber is guilty. The evidence has convicted him & several appeals have failed. Most of the evidence Bamber has not disputed.

It would still be a good idea for Bamber to request a fingerprinting test. It could be arranged secretly by his legal team. If the results were good it could be annonced in the media. If not, only his inner circle knows he had it.

I suspect he would pass, as he did the lie detector test. He is ruthless enough to be able to not show emotion when asked questions.

You clearly haven't read this t Adam

Offline Jan

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Re: Brain fingerprinting test
« Reply #16 on: July 14, 2017, 12:40:PM »
As the murderer, he would have knowledge of the crime that no one else has. It's more than possible such memories have become repressed, meaning he'll have no CONSCIOUS memory of what happened, possibly within a certain time frame. It sounds as if it's possible for this test to reveal the presence of such memories.

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Offline Jan

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Re: Brain fingerprinting test
« Reply #17 on: July 14, 2017, 12:42:PM »
Everyone has to accept Bamber is guilty. The evidence has convicted him & several appeals have failed. Most of the evidence Bamber has not disputed.

It would still be a good idea for Bamber to request a fingerprinting test. It could be arranged secretly by his legal team. If the results were good it could be annonced in the media. If not, only his inner circle knows he had it.

I suspect he would pass, as he did the lie detector test. He is ruthless enough to be able to not show emotion when asked questions.

1) its not about emotion
2) your other comments about keeping tests private are your assumption and not based on any credible source
3) as you say he is guilty and serving time why on earth would you think the test a good idea?

Offline Caroline

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Re: Brain fingerprinting test
« Reply #18 on: July 14, 2017, 12:48:PM »
If Jeremy is innocent he certainly through his research knows a lot more about the crime now  as he has spent much of his time researching it.

So he might not have memories but he would know a lot of what happened so how in theory would that work?

Tha fact that he would not remember himself doing it?

It probably wouldn't work with Jeremy unless EP know something that isn't and has never been in the public domain.
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Offline Jan

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Re: Brain fingerprinting test
« Reply #19 on: July 14, 2017, 01:48:PM »
It probably wouldn't work with Jeremy unless EP know something that isn't and has never been in the public domain.

yes that is what I was thinking .