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Offline mike tesko

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'There is no suggestion members of the jury, that there was or could have been any third party involvement in any of these five deaths' ( or words to that effect) 'it' was either Sheila, or Jeremy' (hang on a minute, it was the cops who shot and killed Sheila)!
« Last Edit: August 12, 2017, 09:53:PM by mike tesko »
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2017, 10:04:PM »
'it' is a matter for you, members of the jury' (oh, yeah, of course it was, but why were the contents of the police message logs which placed Sheila dead downstairs in the kitchen between 7.35 and 8.10am, with only three of the victims bodies upstairs not mentioned by that stage) - What if the judge had said, 'it' is a matter for you, members of the jury, to fathom out how the body count of two downstairs from as early as 7.35am, and only three bodies upstairs by 8.10am, became transformed into an entirely different body count downstairs and upstairs, thereafter, members of the jury! You might think that there is an element of suspicion considering that by 8.44am, the body count had become, as it were, transformed at a new ratio of one to four! How had the defendant managed to fool the police into thinking there had been two bodies downstairs', and only three bodies upstairs by 8.10am, when there had only been one body in the kitchen and four bodies upstairs in the bedrooms all along? You will use you experiences in life and bring  your common sense to bear on these features, members of the jury'...
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2017, 10:15:PM »
Why didn't the judge tell the jury - 'You will no doubt remember, members of the jury, the fact that police tried to hide the existence of the rifle, seen by two police officers, members of the jury, a rifle resting at an upstairs window just as the firearm officers began their approach to enter the farmhouse, members of the jury, and you may well come to the conclusion, as alleged by the prosecution in this case, that the defendant fooled police into thinking they saw that rifle at that window, when all along, members of the jury, that very same rifle was infact resting atop the body of Sheila Caffell on the bedroom floor, or for that matter, even resting on the bed in-between the bodies of Sheila and her mother June which were laid on the bed, rather than on the floor, members of the jury! These are matters for you, and you alone!
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2017, 10:28:PM »
'Members of the Jury, then there is the matter of the magical bullet! You will be reminded in due course, no doubt about it, a piece of badly fragmented bullet subject of the what I shall term the non fatal shot across the neck! You have the X-ray members of the jury, which shows the badly fragmented state of that bullet, which has the identifying mark PV/20! This was a bullet, members of the jury, or at least I should say, these were pieces of a bullet removed during autopsy by Peter Venezis the pathologist on 7th August 1985! Yet, by the 20th September 1985, the aforementioned exhibit morphed itself back into a whole bullet and the prosecutions ballistic expert, Malcolm Fletcher, was able to state that it had definitely been fired from the anshuzt rifle along with a second bullet, exhibit PV/19, members of the jury, both bullets in fact fired from the same gun! I must again remind you members of the jury, about what the prosecution alleged against this defendant, they allege that he  set out to fool the police into thinking that Sheila Caffell had shot and killed the other four victims and then turned the gun upon herself, taking her own life! Ask yourselves members of the jury, did this defendant fool police into thinking that a whole bullet was in fact a piece of badly fragmented bullet, or vice versa?
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #4 on: August 13, 2017, 02:55:AM »
'Members of the jury, then we had the alterations to the witness statement of PS Woodcock, who was the armed officer, who allegedly, in fact, fired the first shot (bullet PV/20) into the neck of Sheila Caffell using his police issue firearm! In this instance there are, members of the jury, many similarities to the widespread practice endorsed in the Hillsboro' tragedy cover up, where people were editing and retyping the contents of police officers witness statements without the knowlege or consent of the named officers! Members of the jury, you have to be certain that in accordance with the prosecutions case, that the defendant in this particular case fooled the police into altering the contents of this witness statement? A statement which members of the jury states that it consists of 15 pages when in fact it only has 10 pages! You may wonder, members of the jury, where the missing five pages of PS woodcocks witness statement are, and what happened to cause such a dramatic editing of his witness statement? Did the defendant really fool the police into tampering with the witness statement of the armed officer who in fact shot Sheila across the neck in the vicinity of the kitchen? You will rely on your common sense and community spirit when addressing that matter in due course'...
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #5 on: August 13, 2017, 03:11:AM »
'Members of the jury, not only is there the fact that the officer responsible for shooting Sheila across the neck whose witness statement contents have been tampered with in proportion to the tampering with of police statements in the Hillsboro' tragedy cover up, but a key prosecution witness, DS 'Stan' Jones had to re-write the entire contents of a pocketbook because on the first morning of the police investigation, he returned to the farmhouse from Jeremys cottage and took possession of the silencer! He later handed this to DCI 'Taff' Jones who retained it until evening of 9th August 1985 at which stage DS 'Stan' Jones returned 'it' to the gun cupboard at the farmhouse! In addition to this members of the jury, prior to leaving the scene for the first time on that first morning of the investigation, DS Jones and DC Clark had both seen and witnessed the bodies of June Bamber and Sheila Caffell laid on top of the bed, on an occasion prior to the bodies of both female victims ending up on the bedroom floor either side of the bed in the main bedroom! After leaving the scene, members of the jury, Jones and Clark recounted to Ann Eaton (a relative) what they had seen inside the main bedroom, which contradicted where police claimed the bodies of the to female victims had been photographed after 10am in an undisturbed state! Members of the jury, you will bring your experiences in life and the benefit of your common sense to bear upon this matter! Ask yourself why the contents of an entire police notebook had to be re-written by DS Jones? Did the defendant fool DS Jones into having to re-write his notes>
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #6 on: August 13, 2017, 01:17:PM »
What "Hillsboro' tragedy"?

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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #7 on: August 13, 2017, 09:56:PM »
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What "Hillsboro' tragedy"?

The 'cover up' by South Yorkshire police, their solicitor, and the local Coroner's court...
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #8 on: August 13, 2017, 10:09:PM »
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The 'cover up' by South Yorkshire police, their solicitor, and the local Coroner's court...
The same solicitor , they used for Orgreave !

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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #9 on: August 13, 2017, 10:15:PM »
The same solicitor , they used for Orgreave !

And the prosecution of myself in January 1986, and September 1988!
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #10 on: August 13, 2017, 10:18:PM »
And the prosecution of myself in January 1986, and September 1988!
He prosecuted you as a solicitor ?

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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #11 on: August 13, 2017, 10:43:PM »
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What "Hillsboro' tragedy"?

The 'cover up' by South Yorkshire police, their solicitor, and the local Coroner's court...
That tragedy and the ensuing cover-up hadn't occurred at the time of Jeremy's trial, so the judge couldn't have referred to it.

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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #12 on: August 13, 2017, 10:50:PM »
The 'cover up' by South Yorkshire police, their solicitor, and the local Coroner's court...

That tragedy and the ensuing cover-up hadn't occurred at the time of Jeremy's trial, so the judge couldn't have referred to it.

Maybe so, but by the time of the 2002 appeal hearing it had..
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #13 on: August 13, 2017, 10:55:PM »
Maybe so, but by the time of the 2002 appeal hearing it had..

PS Woodcocks 15 page witness statement was edited and additional page contents retyped and inserted, in the same way South Yorkshire polices solicitor authorised the editing of police witness statements in the Hillsboro' tragedy cover up (after 15 April 1989)...

Same tactics, different force, still dishonest, still an attempt to pervert the course of justice! This tactic that these criminals in uniform have been adopting for decades needs to be stopped dead in its tracks! Better still, kill off the criminals who who think they are above the law by bring back hanging for them all! I will volunteer to be the hangman...
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Re: Trial Judge tricked jury into convicting Jeremy of the murders!
« Reply #14 on: August 14, 2017, 01:10:AM »
I think you'll find there's been a line forming for that job for years!

This is a HUGE cover up!