Author Topic: Jury question - was the blood in the silencer a mixture of parents bloods?  (Read 203 times)

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Offline mike tesko

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It depends on whether the presence of AK/1 should have been included, on the basis that humans and certain type of animals share the AK/1 blood enzyme? Since, two lots of different animals blood was found to be present inside the silencer!!
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Having said this, I believe the blood attributed to the silencer did originate solely from Sheila Caffell!
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Even if the blood group evidence relied upon was unique to Sheila it does not prove that Jeremy Bamber was her killer!
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I am not convinced by the police ballistic experts view that the only way that Sheila Caffells blood could have got into the silencer was at the time she was shot and killed!
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I am not convinced by the police ballistic experts view that the only way that Sheila Caffells blood could have got into the silencer was at the time she was shot and killed!

His findings are ambiguous, since he knows for a fact that Sheila was shot twice! He knows that she was not shot with the anshuzt rifle on the first occasion in the kitchen! He knows this, because he knew about the 'switch' of the original badly fragmented piece of bullet recovered from Sheila Caffells neck during autopsy performed by Peter Venezis on 7 August 1985 (PV/20), that was 'switched' with a test fired whole bullet fired via the anshuzt rifle post the tragedy! Therefore, by default the only shot which could have involved the use of a silencer was the second fatal shot (bullet PV/19) a shot fired beneath the chin whilst Sheila lay unconscious on the main bedroom floor at 9.13am, after cops moved her body there from on top of the bed!
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At trial, the prosecution alleged that after shooting dead his sister, that Bamber removed the silencer from the end of the rifles barrel because it was too long to enable her to have shot herself with it fitted to the barrel of the anshuzt rifle! The prosecution claimed, he took it and concealed the silencer in the so called gun cupboard downstairs in the 'den' (downstairs office) before staging his sister's death scene on the bedroom floor to make it appear as though she had shot herself!

But, that was a lie!
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Jeremy could not possibly have shot his sister dead, not once downstairs in the kitchen, not a second time upstairs in the main bedroom with that anshuzt rifle, whether or not on the second occasion a silencer was fitted or missing! He could not have removed any silencer from the barrel of the said rifle, either prior to the infliction of the second fatal shot (PV/19), or afterwards!

How do I know this to be true?

Well, I know that he couldn't have done any of these things because at the time these things were being done he was outside the farmhouse with police officers!
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Jeremy could not possibly have shot his sister dead, not once downstairs in the kitchen, not a second time upstairs in the main bedroom with that anshuzt rifle, whether or not on the second occasion a silencer was fitted or missing! He could not have removed any silencer from the barrel of the said rifle, either prior to the infliction of the second fatal shot (PV/19), or afterwards!

How do I know this to be true?

Well, I know that he couldn't have done any of these things because at the time these things were being done he was outside the farmhouse with police officers!

The rifle which police eventually placed on Sheila's body was resting against a first floor box room window at the time she was originally shot by an armed police officer at the time he entered the kitchen (just after 7.30am). How could the family owned silencer have been fitted to the end of a cops rifle barrel when he shot Sheila across the neck horizontally, a shooting which is subject of an officers report (1612, refers)? So the use of the silencer in question at the time of the first shot (PV/20) is out of the question!
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The rifle which police eventually placed on Sheila's body was resting against a first floor box room window at the time she was originally shot by an armed police officer at the time he entered the kitchen (just after 7.30am). How could the family owned silencer have been fitted to the end of a cops rifle barrel when he shot Sheila across the neck horizontally, a shooting which is subject of an officers report (1612, refers)? So the use of the silencer in question at the time of the first shot (PV/20) is out of the question!

Sheila's blood, therefore, could not have been forced backwards into the silencer at the time the original shot into and across the neck (the original PV/20 bullet) horizontally! A cops weapon fired that first shot into Sheila's neck downstairs in the kitchen! She collapsed into a deep unconsciousness at the time and was mistakenly presumed dead! In the cops mitigation he claimed that during a struggle in the kitchen over the control of his own weapon how Sheila appeared to pull the muzzle of his gun in toward her neck as if she wanted him to shoot her! Hence, why by 7.45am, cops were speaking about her death as a suicide!
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Sheila's blood, therefore, could not have been forced backwards into the silencer at the time the original shot into and across the neck (the original PV/20 bullet) horizontally! A cops weapon fired that first shot into Sheila's neck downstairs in the kitchen! She collapsed into a deep unconsciousness at the time and was mistakenly presumed dead! In the cops mitigation he claimed that during a struggle in the kitchen over the control of his own weapon how Sheila appeared to pull the muzzle of his gun in toward her neck as if she wanted him to shoot her! Hence, why by 7.45am, cops were speaking about her death as a suicide!

This means that if the silencer was used at all in the shooting of Sheila, it could only have been used on a rifle which inflicted the fatal shot beneath her chin, the all important second shot which got inflicted upstairs in the main bedroom at a later stage (bullet PV/19)...
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The original piece of badly fragmented bullet (PV/20) was fired from a cops gun!

The bullet (PV/19) recovered from Sheila's brain was fired via the family owned anshuzt rifle!
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The original piece of badly fragmented bullet (PV/20) was fired from a cops gun!

Once the case became a criminal matter, cops tampered with the original piece of badly fragmented bullet (above), and 'switched' it with a whole bullet that was test fired via the family owned anshuzt rifle. This test firing was kept a closely guarded secret, and it created a complication involving the supposed loss of two control rounds from exhibit DRH/42 (29 X .22 bullets recovered from kitchen worktop at the scene). The reason two bullets went missing was because at the time of the aforementioned test fire of the anshuzt rifle, one of the missing rounds was fired with the silencer attached to the barrel of the. Anshuzt rifle, the other one with the silencer removed!
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Hence, we can say with a degree of certainty that if the silencer was ever used at all on the anshuzt rifle when Sheila got shot and killed by it, this could only have occurred 'after' the first shot across her neck had occurred! The two shots were not fired by the same gun - cops knew this on the morning of the incident! She was shot and killed by two different weapons!

The reason why cops are not looking for the second weapon is because it was one of Thiers!
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Hence, we can say with a degree of certainty that if the silencer was ever used at all on the anshuzt rifle when Sheila got shot and killed by it, this could only have occurred 'after' the first shot across her neck had occurred! The two shots were not fired by the same gun - cops knew this on the morning of the incident! She was shot and killed by two different weapons!

The reason why cops are not looking for the second weapon is because it was one of Thiers!

After the police operation one less round of ammunition was returned to the force Armoury (the missing round was the piece of badly fragmented bullet that Peter Venezis removed from Sheila Caffells neck during autopsy on 7 August 1985!
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It is a known fact that prior to Sheila receiving the shot across the neck from a cops gun in the kitchen (7.35am), that she had not been shot by that stage!

There was a delay between the infliction of the first shot across the neck downstairs in the kitchen by use of the cops gun, and the infliction of the second immediately fatal shot beneath the chin which sent a bullet fired from the family anshuzt rifle into her brain whilst her body was on the bedroom floor! The actual times when each of these two shots were inflicted are recorded as 7.35am, and 9.13am...

It is known that Sheila lapsed into unconsciousness on two separate occasions and was mistakenly presumed dead on each of these occasions. These two periods of unconsciousness lasted between 7.35am and 8.10am, followed by another period of deep unconsciousness between 8.30am and 9.13am!

She died at 9.13am, on the main bedroom floor, after her body had been lifted off the bed during 'informatives' which senior officers had license to perform!
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