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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #90 on: November 05, 2018, 09:54:AM »
Actual weapons used in shooting tragedy which discharged shots, is provided below for contemplation:-

12 bore shotgun - fired 1 Raker Cartridge

Anshuzt rifle - fired 10 shots (5 test fired bullets which were fired in the anshuzt rifle were added producing confirmation that 15 of the 25 crime scene bullets had positively been fired via use of this particular weapon

Bruno rifle - fired 14 shots (4 test fired bullets fired via the anshuzt rifle were used in a substitution procedure, preventing any ballistic association with the Pargeter weapon)

Police issue weapon - fired 1 shot (test fired round fired via anshuzt rifle used in a substitution procedure linking this shot to the anshuzt rifle)..
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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #91 on: November 05, 2018, 09:56:AM »
Actual weapons used in shooting tragedy which discharged shots, is provided below for contemplation:-

12 bore shotgun - fired 1 Raker Cartridge

Anshuzt rifle - fired 10 shots

Bruno rifle - fired 14 shots

Police issue weapon - fired 1 shot..

Revised batch of crime scene ammunition, after substitution of some original bullets, replaced by test fired ones:-

Anshuzt rifle - 15
Other rifle - 10..
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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #92 on: November 05, 2018, 10:10:AM »
A total of 15 spent bullet cases were used in a substitution procedure, which replaced 14 of the shots fired via the Pargeter rifle (the corresponding 14 bullet cases are still being retained at Huntingdon Lab' under an exhibit reference MDF/100) , and 1 shot fired via the police issue weapon, so that the ballistic expert could present his findings that all the bullets fired during this shooting incident had been loaded and fired via use of the anshuzt rifle, by a reliance upon the fact that all 25 of the revised batch of crime scene spent bullet cases all having been loaded into the magazine of the anshuzt rifle, loaded one by one into the weapons breech, fired and each spent cartridge case extracted and ejected from the gun!
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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #93 on: November 05, 2018, 10:18:AM »
Based upon the now known facts, for example, we only know of two exhibits introduced by the ballistic expert, Malcolm Fletcher, those being:-

Cloth pull though of barrel of anshuzt rifle - MDF/1
14 spent Cartridge cases - MDF/100

Where and what do the other missing 98 exhibits which formed part of this invention refer to?
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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #94 on: November 05, 2018, 10:28:AM »
Based upon the now known facts, for example, we only know of two exhibits introduced by the ballistic expert, Malcolm Fletcher, those being:-

Cloth pull though of barrel of anshuzt rifle - MDF/1
14 spent Cartridge cases - MDF/100

Where and what do the other missing 98 exhibits which formed part of this invention refer to?

A list of the missing 'MDF' exhibits are listed below, for the sake of completeness:-

MDF/2 (missing) or (doesn't exist) or (never existed)
MDF/3 (missing)
MDF/4 (missing)
MDF/5 (missing)
MDF/6 (missing)
MDF/7 (missing)
MDF/8 (missing)
MDF/9 (missing)
MDF/10 (missing)
MDF/11 (missing)
MDF/12 (missing)
MDF/13 (missing)
MDF/14 (missing)
MDF/15 (missing) or (doesn't exist) or (never existed)
MDF/16 (missing) or (doesn't exist) or (never existed)
MDF/17
MDF/18
MDF/19
MDF/20
MDF/21
MDF/22
MDF/23
MDF/24
MDF/25
MDF/26
MDF/27
MDF/28
MDF/29
MDF/30
MDF/31
MDF/32
MDF/33
MDF/34
MDF/35
MDF/36
MDF/37
MDF/38
MDF/39
MDF/40
MDF/41
MDF/42
MDF/43
MDF/44
MDF/45
MDF/46
MDF/47
MDF/48
MDF/49
MDF/50
MDF/51
MDF/52
MDF/53
MDF/54
MDF/55
MDF/56
MDF/57
MDF/58
MDF/59
MDF/60
MDF/61
MDF/62
MDF/63
MDF/64
MDF/65
MDF/66
MDF/67
MDF/68
MDF/69
MDF/70
MDF/71
MDF/72
MDF/73
MDF/74
MDF/75
MDF/76
MDF/77
MDF/78
MDF/79
MDF/80
MDF/81
MDF/82
MDF/83
MDF/84
MDF/85
MDF/86
MDF/87
MDF/88
MDF/89
MDF/90
MDF/91
MDF/92
MDF/93
MDF/94
MDF/95
MDF/96
MDF/97
MDF/98 (missing) or (doesn't exist) or (never existed)

if none of these 98 exhibits existed, or don't exist, then it throws the other two key exhibits (MDF/1 the cloth pull through of the barrel of the anshuzt rifle, and MDF/100 the 14 spent bullet cases which are currently being held at Huntingdon Lab') into the spotlight!

Were the 14 spent bullet cases originally MDF/1, and did Fletcher add two 00's transforming it into MDF/100, so that he could accommodate the cloth pull through of the guns barrel to a much earlier time, because he may not have actually performed the cloth pull through test until after he had test fired the anshuzt rifle with control ammunition? He would have known that the cloth pull through test was worthless if he had not performed it until after the rifle had been test fired, so he falsely claimed he had performed it prior to any test firing of control ammunition using the rifle - there was an unofficial test firing of control ammunition on or before 12th September 1985, followed by the official test firing of the same rifle with control ammunition from the 20th September 1985..

I think it's significant that Fletcher claims to have performed the cloth pull through on the 12th September 1985, because he knows that that is the day he performed the unofficial test firing of the anshuzt rifle with control ammunition which was used in the substitution of the original crime scene bullet marked PV/20...


the cloth pull through test of the barrel of the anshuzt rifle was falsified, because it almost certainly was not performed before any other test fired shots were fired from it post date the shooting tragedy! Fletcher performed the unofficial test fire of control ammunition on the 12th September 1985, and gave the cloth pull through test the exhibit reference of MDF/1 ( which was what was originally allocated to the 14 spent bullet cases, mentioned previously), this caused him to alter the original exhibit reference to the 14 spent bullet cases from MDF/1 to MDF/100...
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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #95 on: November 05, 2018, 10:55:AM »
If these 98 exhibits never existed, the ballistic evidence relied upon to prosecute and convict Jeremy Bamber isn't worth the paper it was written upon! The ballistic evidence would stand in tatters, because it would have to be considered to be false. It would be false, just like I have been saying all along!

You can't hide or conceal 98 ballistic exhibits and expect no consequences, whatsoever, to follow...
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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #96 on: November 05, 2018, 10:59:AM »
If these 98 exhibits never existed, the ballistic evidence relied upon to prosecute and convict Jeremy Bamber isn't worth the paper it was written upon! The ballistic evidence would stand in tatters, because it would have to be considered to be false. It would be false, just like I have been saying all along!

You can't hide or conceal 98 ballistic exhibits and expect no consequences, whatsoever, to follow...

Also bear in mind, that Fletcher has tried his damnedest to deny there was ever another test firing of the anshuzt rifle prior to 20th September 1985, when there must have been otherwise how did he undertake the comparison checks between markings on crime scene ammunition and test fired ammunition fired in the anshuzt rifle on 12th, 13th, 18th and 19th September 1985?
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Re: Ballistics - spent bullet cases - the impossible comparison tests...
« Reply #97 on: November 05, 2018, 11:12:AM »
On to of all of this, is the fact that Fletcher must have known about the submission of the two different identical looking silencers (which I shall for ease of reference simply refer to as exhibits 'DB/1' and 'DRB/1'), one received at Huntingdon Lab' from the police on 30th August 1985, and the other received from the police on 20th September 1985 - Fletcher could not have dismantled the second silencer (DRB/1) at the Lab' on 12tg September 1985, or found blood inside it on that date, because police hadn't even sent the second silencer (DRB/1) to the Lab' by that date! What this tells everybody and anybody who cares to know the truth is that the blood which has been attributed as belonging uniquely to Sheila Caffell  was not found inside the silencer (DRB/1) that was exhibited during the trial. It simply cannot be true because the individual blood group results were obtained at the Lab' on the 12th, 13th, 18th and 19th September 1975, which were all dates which fell before the second silencer (DRB/1) arrived at the Lab' for the very first time on 29th September 1985..

The silencer evidence, the blood in that (DRB/1) silencer, and the paint from the scratched kitchen aga, had to be, and is fabricated evidence, dishonestly introduced to help convict Jeremy Bamber of shooting dead his sister and staging her death scene as a suicide, when all along the police were involved in the circumstances of Sheila Caffell's death, and the repositioning of her body, the gun and the Bible!
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