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The automatic sub concious reaction of Nevill:
« on: September 10, 2019, 02:27:PM »
Self preservation

He will have no choice but to negate his daughter.

To avoid injuries to himself. He needed to go back to bed before work the following day.


Being a father

He will have no choice to negate his daughter. 

To protect his daughter.  He will know how to negate her as he was Sheila's father.

As head of the family he will be prepared to get injured in the process.


Being a grandfather

He will have no choice but to negate Sheila.

To protect his two 6 year old grandsons.

He would want to negate Sheila straight away. To prevent them waking and seeing their mother in this state.

As head of the family he would be prepared to get injured in the process.


Being a husband

He will have no choice to negate Sheila. 

To protect his wife.

He would want to negate Sheila straight away. He would not want his wife waking & being in a stressful situation.

As head of the family he would be prepared to get injured in the process.


The danger of the rifle

He would know it was a rifle for shooting rabbits. He would know one accurate torso shot would not stop him disarming Sheila.

As head of the family he would be prepared to take one torso shot.


The danger of Sheila

He would know Sheila was uncordinated and had no experience with the rifle.

He would know he was twice as fit, big and strong as Sheila.

He would know he could use objects such as chairs to corner her, or disarm her when close enough.

He would know there was virtually no possibility of Sheila inflicting any injuries on him.

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All these would have been in Nevill's sub concious mind. As it would be in any father/husband/grandfather in that situation.

It would be an automatic reaction to disarm Sheila when he saw her holding the rifle. He would spend a few seconds deciding when to do this & may try speaking to her briefly first.

Ringing Bamber was obviously an impossibility as it would never be in his sub concious mind. It is also the worst option to him.

« Last Edit: September 10, 2019, 08:40:PM by Adam »
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Re: The automatic sub concious reaction of Nevill:
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2019, 05:03:PM »
Just as Nevill would quickly automatically disarm Sheila due to his being duty to, his sub concious mind would automatically not ring Bamber.

Firstly because it would put his son in danger (if he turned up), secondly waiting 40 minutes for Bamber to answer the phone & arrive would put himself and his family in danger. Thirdly it was the worst option possible.
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Re: The automatic sub concious reaction of Nevill:
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2019, 03:01:PM »
Nevill was not just head of the family. He was head of WHF and the business.

He also owned the rifles. He would be very annoyed with himself if he had surprisingly  left one out together with ammunition. Espescially with Daniel & Nicholas staying.

If Daniel, Nicholas or Sheila had picked it up & loaded it he would disarm them straight away & lock the rifle away.
« Last Edit: September 12, 2019, 03:05:PM by Adam »
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Re: The automatic sub concious reaction of Nevill:
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 11:06 AM »
When Nevill had been shot several times, it would have been easy for Sheila to have overpowered him.
On his way downstairs, for instance ?

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Re: The automatic sub concious reaction of Nevill:
« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 11:08 AM »
Vanezis even said it wouldn't have been impossible for a woman of Sheila's height, brandishing a rifle and also in a deranged state of mind.

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Re: The automatic sub concious reaction of Nevill:
« Reply #5 on: Yesterday at 11:10 AM »
I'd still be wary of a 5ft woman with a rifle, wouldn't you ?

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Re: The automatic sub concious reaction of Nevill:
« Reply #6 on: Yesterday at 11:12 AM »
But alas, the more the guilters feel that the police were right in their conviction of JB, the more the police will be backed.