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Re: Blood type A, and blood type O, found on Sheila's nightdress...
« Reply #15 on: October 07, 2018, 03:22:AM »
I haven't finished yet, either...
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Re: Blood type A, and blood type O, found on Sheila's nightdress...
« Reply #16 on: October 07, 2018, 03:26:AM »
I haven't finished yet, either...

There are strong grounds for suspecting that the pathologist, Venezis and the ballistic Expert, Fletcher are both guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice over the real identity of bullet 'PV/20', just so the prosecution of Jeremy Bamber could be proceeded with on the basis that the death of Sheila Caffell was a one gun crime, where the same gun fired both of the bullets which wounded and killed her!

Peter Venezis, the same pathologist involved in the autopsy of Princess Diana's body..
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Re: Blood type A, and blood type O, found on Sheila's nightdress...
« Reply #17 on: October 07, 2018, 03:35:AM »
The truth of the matter is that / was that in the case of the bloodstained nightdress worn by Sheila Caffell it was saturated with the blood of the other victims in various formats of 'A' and 'O' type bloods...

Sheila had contact with all the other four victims who died in this shooting tragedy, the blood results obtained from the examination of Sheila Caffell's nightdress performed on and by 6th September 1985, confirm this - little wonder then that cops had to release Jeremy Bamber after his initial arrest at the beginning of September 1985, because scientifically the blood group evidence obtained from Sheila's nightdress indicated that Sheila Caffell must have been the killer of the other four victims, nothing to do with Jeremy Bamber at all, no evidence whatsoever that he had been present at the scene or that he had had any contact with any or either of the other four victims, whereas in Sheila's case, such evidence had and did exist!
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Re: Blood type A, and blood type O, found on Sheila's nightdress...
« Reply #18 on: October 07, 2018, 03:38:AM »
The truth of the matter is that / was that in the case of the bloodstained nightdress worn by Sheila Caffell it was saturated with the blood of the other victims in various formats of 'A' and 'O' type bloods...

Sheila had contact with all the other four victims who died in this shooting tragedy, the blood results obtained from the examination of Sheila Caffell's nightdress performed on and by 6th September 1985, confirm this - little wonder then that cops had to release Jeremy Bamber after his initial arrest at the beginning of September 1985, because scientifically the blood group evidence obtained from Sheila's nightdress indicated that Sheila Caffell must have been the killer of the other four victims, nothing to do with Jeremy Bamber at all, no evidence whatsoever that he had been present at the scene or that he had had any contact with any or either of the other four victims, whereas in Sheila's case, such evidence had and did exist!

By the end of September 1985, the experts at the Lab' had created a different version of the results of the examination of Sheila's bloodstained nightdress! Suddenly, there was no reference at all to the variously different types of blood group evidence which had been found upon it - suddenly her nightdress was seemingly absent of any other victims blood types...
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Re: Blood type A, and blood type O, found on Sheila's nightdress...
« Reply #19 on: October 07, 2018, 03:55:AM »
From that point onwards, the prosecution proceeded to rely upon evidence which tended to show that Sheila Caffell had not and did not kill herself, whilst at the same time disassociating her nightdress from having been contaminated with blood from each of the other victims! Instead, they introduced the dodgy silencer, blood and paint evidence to suggest that with the Silencer fitted to the guns barrel that the overall length of the weapon so configured would have been much too long to enable Sheila to have shot herself twice with it! Moreover, that Sheila could not possibly have removed the silencer from the guns barrel after she killed herself with use of it, and transport it all the way downstairs to conceal not in a box in the gun cupboard, before returning back upstairs to lay down dead again on the main bedroom floor!

They used the dodgy blood group evidence obtained from blood which was supposedly found inside the silencer (DRB/1), 12th, 13th, 18th and 19th September 1985, that belonged uniquely and exclusively to Sheila Caffell, as if the blood group evidence themselves somehow proved that Sheila hadn't killed herself, but that rather she had been killed by Jeremy! But, the silencer to which this blood group evidence was associated to and with, wasn't even present at the Lab' on the occasion when between them the ballistic expert, Fletcher and the blood group expert, Hayward, supposedly dismantled it and discovered the all important blood inside the silencer by 12th September 1985 - the silencer 'DRB/1' did not even get submitted to the Lab' to be checked for blood until 20th September 1985, which fell after the dates when blood had supposedly already been found inside it...

Almost everything of any evidential value in the prosecution of Jeremy Bamber was / is dodgy!
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