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Detective Inspector Cook, was a Criminal in uniform by anybody's standard...

This moron, kept it a closely guarded secret that another team of SOCO's (DC OAKEY and DC Henderson) had been involved at the scene between 9.00am - 10.00am, prior to his own team (compromising of himself, DS Davidson, DC Hammersley, and PC Bird) took control of the re-staged crime scene from about 10.00am, onwards...

The name COOK, should have been referred to as CROOK...

I will demonstrate in this particular thread, that what I am saying about this character is 100% true...
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2019, 10:18:AM »
Detective Inspector Cook, was a Criminal in uniform by anybody's standard...

This moron, kept it a closely guarded secret that another team of SOCO's (DC OAKEY and DC Henderson) had been involved at the scene between 9.00am - 10.00am, prior to his own team (compromising of himself, DS Davidson, DC Hammersley, and PC Bird) took control of the re-staged crime scene from about 10.00am, onwards...

The name COOK, should have been referred to as CROOK...

I will demonstrate in this particular thread, that what I am saying about this character is 100% true...


The second SOCO team to which Cook was in charge, did not take possession or control of key exhibits in the first instance, everything which has been attributed to DC Hammersley by his DRH exhibit references, was man handled and recovered, removed, replaced and re-staged after the involvement of the first team of SOCO's, beforehand (DC Oakey and DC Henderson)…


DI Crook, was guilty of many things as part of the investigation into these shootings, one of which was that he fabricated the contents of a witness statement that had been made for him by someone else, dated 24th October 1985...
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2019, 10:18:AM »
I do not suffer fools gladly...
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2019, 10:20:AM »
I am going to demonstrate here in this thread certain truths that those on the other side who support Bambers guilt in this case, will not even accept despite the clearest of evidence that I am going to produce here to confirm that which I am saying...
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2019, 10:28:AM »
Crook, only ever had involvement (officially) with one of the two identical looking Sound Moderators / silencers. This was the one that DS Jones had handed to him on 13th August 1985 (without an exhibit label attached to it, and seemingly no exhibit reference associated with, or to it). The same silencer he took to the Lab' for Glynis Howard to examine that same date (which he labelled himself, SJ/1). The same silencer that Howard did examine that date (silencer, SJ/1, lab' item No.22). The same silencer that was returned to Crook that very same date (SJ/1, 22), which Crook took back to Witham police station and fingerprinted by oblique light test on 15th August 1985 (SJ/1, 22), and by superglue treatment on 23rd August 1985 (SJ/1, 22). This silencer was the self-same silencer which Crook had dismantled on 29th August 1985 (SJ/1, 22), which he had examined the baffle plates of without seeing or detecting any blood at all anywhere inside it...


DI Crook never had involvement as far as I am aware (officially) with any other silencer in the investigation - if he did then its been a closely guarded secret...
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2019, 10:30:AM »
I am going to produce two different versions of the same witness statement, dated, 24th October 1985, in the name of DI Crook, for comparison...
« Last Edit: January 21, 2019, 10:34:AM by mike tesko »
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2019, 10:57:AM »
DI Crook never had anything to do with the second silencer (DRB/1), the silencer he had direct involvement with was (SJ/1, 22) which DS Jones gave him on 13th August 1985, the same silencer (SJ/1, 22) he took to the lab' on that same date, the same silencer (SJ/1, 22) which Glynis Howard examined on that date, and which she returned back into Crooks possession. Crook himself, fingerprinted that silencer (SJ/1, 22) on 15th and 23rd August 1985, and subsequently dismantled (SJ/1, 22) and rebuilt it on or by 29th August 1985...

For Crook to alter the exhibit reference to the silencer he was directly involved in or with, from SJ/1, 22, to DB/1, then into DRB/1 shows how the different identical looking silencers which were at the disposal of the police were being manipulated and merged into the same one. Since, at 9.15am on Tuesday 13th August 1985, DI Crook could not have received exhibit DB/1 (silencer) from DS Jones, by virtue of the fact that on this date and at this time the silencer in question did not have any exhibit reference, and would not do so until Crook reached the Lab' and only then did he attach an exhibit label which he labelled with the identifying mark SJ/1 which became the 22nd item taken or submitted to the Lab' up until that point, (SJ/1, 22)…


In the second version of his witness statement, Crook alters the exhibit reference from DB/1 to DRB/1...


Here we see evidence of the conspiracy leaping out of the paperwork!

Crook was neither given exhibit DB/1 or DRB/1 by DS Jones on the 13th August 1985, because at that time the silencer at the heart of this matter did not even have an exhibit reference, and when it eventually did get one, it was neither referred to as either DB/1 or DRB/1, but rather SJ/1, 22..
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #7 on: January 21, 2019, 11:03:AM »
The manipulation of the silencer exhibit references (SJ/1, DB/1, and DRB/1) pertaining to at least two different silencers, is a very important development which exposes the dishonesty involved in the prosecution of Jeremy Bamber as his sisters killer (and the others). The truth of the matter is that DI Crook has set out to deliberately deceive everyone involved in the decision making process, into thinking or believing that there was only one silencer involved in the police investigation and it had different exhibit references at different stages of the investigation..

Lets just recap what all these different exhibit references are:-


SBJ/1 - Seized by DS Jones at Scene on morning 7th August 1985
SJ/1 - Handed to Glynis Howard at Lab' on 13th August 1985
DB/1
(AE/1 -Handed to police by Ann Eaton on 11th September 1985
CAE/1) - Handed to police by Ann Eaton on 11th September 1985

DRB/1 - Sent to Lab' on 20th September 1985
« Last Edit: January 21, 2019, 11:06:AM by mike tesko »
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #8 on: January 21, 2019, 11:17:AM »
The facts are clear and unambiguous, DI Crook could not have been given a silencer bearing the identifying marks of either DB/1, or DRB/1 by DS Jones at 9.15am, on Tuesday 13th August 1985, because those exhibit references did not relate to that silencer, on that occasion, or at all at any stage...

Exhibit DB/1, was in fact a dried flake of blood which got submitted to the Lab' on 30th August 1985, from which blood group activity (A, EAP BA, AK1 and HP 2-1) was subsequently obtained on 12th, 13th, 18th and 19th September 1985, and attributed exclusively as originating solely from Sheila Caffell. If the truth be known, this flake of dried blood which had produced these results had originated from the outside of one of the silencers (SJ/1,22), taken prior to the silencer being handed over by Peter Eaton to the police on 12th August 1985...


This blood was later attributed as having been recovered from inside the other silencer (DRB/1) and duly supported the ballistic experts view that Sheila Caffells blood had got into the silencer at the time she had been shot dead - but this idea is problematic because the second silencer (DRB/1) didn't get sent to the lab' until 20th September 1985, and therefore how was it possible for that flake of blood to have been found inside it when the ballistic expert Fletcher supposedly dismantled the silencer (DRB/1) at the Lab' on 12th September 1985?


IMPOSSIBLE!!!
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #9 on: January 21, 2019, 11:21:AM »
The existence of this particular witness statement (DI Crook, dated, 24th October 1986) has to be treated as one of the key exhibits in any future appeal hearing. This is because it is through the mechanism of this particular witness statement that Crook has blatantly sought to present a number of different items as the same one, involving:-

The first silencer (SJ/1,22) - taken to Lab' on 13th August 1985

The dried flake of blood (DB/1,23) - Sent to Lab' on 30th August 1985

The second silencer (DRB/1) - sent to Lab' on 20th September 1985
« Last Edit: January 21, 2019, 11:23:AM by mike tesko »
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Re: Senior SOCO (Cook) at Heart of Fabrication in Case against Bamber...
« Reply #10 on: January 21, 2019, 11:24:AM »
There is absolutely no way that any blood could have been found inside DRB/1 at the lab' on 12th September 1985, because that silencer was not present at the lab' on this occasion and would not be sent there until much later on...
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