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Offline mike tesko

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Dates when DS Jones and DC Clark obtained signatures of edited witness statement contents were not updated, and thus presented / produced dishonestly!

Cops who were dishonestly altering the contents of witness statements, unused civilian typists to retype the edited versions of the statements cops had to tamper with, and did not make a note on the edited witness statements they had edited to the effect that the latest version of such a witness statement had been altered by the police, and not the named person whose name was on the witness statement!

Cops didn't even put the dates when they tampered with and edited such witness statements!
« Last Edit: October 22, 2018, 10:18:AM by mike tesko »
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Witnesses were invariably being used by the cops to attend court and give the evidence which cops had introduced into the edited witness statements because this was a way of trying to bolster up a case being brought against a suspect!

In other words, the cops, their typists and prosecution witnesses became engaged in a conspiracy to pervert the course of justice!

In the instant case, Jeremy Bamber was the victim!
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A witness should make their own witness statement, using their own language, words and recollections, not have some bent copper asking questions, receiving an answer, and then the copper paraphrasing everything in such a way that it tends to favour the case which police and subsequently the CPS intend to bring!
« Last Edit: October 24, 2018, 08:07:AM by mike tesko »
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The truth remains hidden away behind widespread corruption involving police officers, the CPS and the judicial process - false witness statements are being prepared every day for misuse in court proceedings!

Almost every witness statement is 'NOT MADE OF THE PERSON'S OWN FREE WILL', this should be obvious when teams of police officers are editing statements, and getting civilian typists to retype the edited statements, etc, etc..
« Last Edit: October 24, 2018, 08:19:AM by mike tesko »
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The more you look, the more evidence regarding the dishonest practice of police officers editing and altering other people's witness statement is to be found! Cops and the CPS are a hotbed of dishonesty...
« Last Edit: October 24, 2018, 08:24:AM by mike tesko »
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They tamper with the contents of witness statements and alter exhibits, like confetti...
« Last Edit: October 24, 2018, 08:30:AM by mike tesko »
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Witness statements eventually get signed weeks or months after a cop, or coppers have altered it's contents, so that when produced at court it makes it appear as though the named witness signed the edited statements weeks or months beforehand!

Talk about a hotbed of dishonesty and corruption - it's a 'Hillsboro scenario' all over again..
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We can say with complete confidence that the exhibit label (DRB/1) containing signatures to the silencer relied upon during the trial, could not have been present or completed on the exhibit label in question until some point after the 2nd silencer was submitted to the Lab' on 20th September 1985 so that it could be checked for blood and fibers! This is true because that was the one and only time that the 2nd silencer was sent to the Lab' to be examined..

We eventually find out that it could have been as late as 20th January 1986, before cops got around to falsifying the exhibit labels, by getting people to sign labels for continuity purposes as though such labels had always been attached from the first day an item became an exhibit - what the cops, the CPS and it's witnesses did with regard to the compilation and presentation of this part of the evidence is shockingly dishonest! People get put on trial at penalty of being sent to prison for allegedly committing these types of fraud, and yet the cops and the CPS commit these criminal acts almost everyday, and nobody bats an eyelid...
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I would say that Bambers convictions are no longer safe, because the cops and the CPS, and all their prosecution witnesses involved in the Silencer debacle, no longer holds up to scrutiny! Everything to do with that silencer, or those Silencers cannot be treated as valid, because at almost every stage of the police handling of the investigation some dodgy activity or other involving the silencer, blood and paint has been brought to light which must serve to exclude all that regarding the same!

You can't have cops and scientists sending, taking and receiving items of evidential value to the Lab' without a signed exhibit label attached to it, and the item in question being sealed in a proper exhibits bag! There doesn't even exist any police property store records that a silencer had been in police possession throughout the entire period 7th August 1985 until 30th August 1985 ( when it was supposedly sent to the Lab')...
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When COLP put this to DI Cook, he told them that he had carried the silencer everywhere he went during the period 13th to 30 the August 1985, in his coat pocket!
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When COLP put this to DI Cook, he told them that he had carried the silencer everywhere he went during the period 13th to 30 the August 1985, in his coat pocket!

Who believes such rubbish?
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Who believes such rubbish?

Cook seems to forget that he took the silencer to the Lab' on the 13th August 1985, so that Glynis Howard could examine it, and that because it didn't have an exhibit label attached to it, he fastened one to the silencer, after both Glynis Howard and himself signed it. He told COLP that between them Howard and himself had signed the exhibit label at positions 2 and 3, leaving a space at position 1 for the finder of the silencer to sign later on. He marked the label, not DRB/1, not DB/1, not SBJ/1, but 'SJ/1' - but where is that signed exhibit label bearing that exhibit reference?

So, Cook carried that silencer around with him inside his coat pocket, exhibit label as well?

What until 30th August 1985?

I don't think so..
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Cook seems to forget that he took the silencer to the Lab' on the 13th August 1985, so that Glynis Howard could examine it, and that because it didn't have an exhibit label attached to it, he fastened one to the silencer, after both Glynis Howard and himself signed it. He told COLP that between them Howard and himself had signed the exhibit label at positions 2 and 3, leaving a space at position 1 for the finder of the silencer to sign later on. He marked the label, not DRB/1, not DB/1, not SBJ/1, but 'SJ/1' - but where is that signed exhibit label bearing that exhibit reference?

So, Cook carried that silencer around with him inside his coat pocket, exhibit label as well?

What until 30th August 1985?

I don't think so..

The exhibit Label (DRB/1) has Cooks and Howard's signatures on at position 2 and 3 -   and the gun dealer, 'RADCLIFFE' signed it at position 1, as though he was the finder of it!
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