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Offline Jan

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Re: Ian Huntley/Jeremy Bamber: Similarities.
« Reply #30 on: August 09, 2017, 10:12:PM »
Oh Adam you have ignored all my hard work 😓

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Re: Ian Huntley/Jeremy Bamber: Similarities.
« Reply #31 on: August 09, 2017, 10:46:PM »
Oh Adam you have ignored all my hard work 😓

Unfortunately you're hard work was just a conspiracy theorist automatically coming up with counter arguments to 18 factual similarities between Huntley & Bamber.
'Only I know what really happened that night'.

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Re: Ian Huntley/Jeremy Bamber: Similarities.
« Reply #32 on: August 12, 2017, 12:07:AM »
Unfortunately you're hard work was just a conspiracy theorist automatically coming up with counter arguments to 18 factual similarities between Huntley & Bamber.

Yes that's because they are not similarities

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Re: Ian Huntley/Jeremy Bamber: Similarities.
« Reply #33 on: August 12, 2017, 06:08:AM »
There were several similarities here -

Both Huntley & Bamber said prior to being arrested, they were the last person to see the victims alive.

Neither person had to tell the police they were the last person to see them alive.

Both killed children.

Both still protest innocence to varying degrees. Bamber as 'not guilty', Huntley saying both murders were accidential.

Both were successful in some areas of the cover up.

Both made big mistakes in other areas of the cover up.

Both told their girlfriends.

Both had girlfriends who were part of the prosecution.

Both were keen to engage with the police prior to being charged.

Both gave the police misleading information.

Both were keen to engage with the media prior to being charged. Bamber with the Sun, Huntley with the TV.

Both knew the victims beforehand.

Both opportunistic crimes. Huntley being spontaneous in using his opportunity.

Both crimes were avoidable & not committed in self defence. Both crimes were committed due to the choice of the individual.

Both Huntley & Bamber were in their 20's. Had jobs, a girlfriend, a property & car. Both risked all of that for warped & twisted reasons.

Both would still be free men if the police had not made 'forensic & circumstantial evidence breakthrough's'.

Both Huntley & Bamber have supporters.

Both have been attacked in prison by other prisoners.

They are all factual similarities. None of these can ever change apart from if either of them changed their stances.

There may be a lot more factual similarities but I have not looked at the Huntley case in detail.

Anyone else feel free to add.
« Last Edit: August 12, 2017, 06:10:AM by Adam »
'Only I know what really happened that night'.