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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Letter Trail - Wallet
« Last post by Jane J on Yesterday at 02:22 PM »




Projection ? Have you read CC's book ?

Colin's involvement was very different from ours, although at times, one would hardly know it.
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For me Lucy the fact her bed hadn't been slept in speaks volumes

How do you know her bed had not been slept in ?
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: the onnly reason the jury voted guilty.
« Last post by Jane J on Yesterday at 02:19 PM »
depends some meds can make people more dangrous.

I imagine such would take much less than 12+ weeks before symptoms show.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Timeline
« Last post by Reader on Yesterday at 02:18 PM »
It's not possible unless everyone is lying except PC West.
Why, then, did Pc West's statement of 13 September 1985 include the sentence, "Since the 7 August 1985 I have made no written record of the above information and the conversation above is made from my memory of the occasion." Five weeks earlier, he had made another statement that also gave details of the call he received from Jeremy, including the conversation he had with him. What did Pc West have to hide that caused him to put that sentence in his later statement that was clearly intended to mislead?
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: the onnly reason the jury voted guilty.
« Last post by Jane J on Yesterday at 02:17 PM »
how many people have wrongly said to be not dangrous and then gone on to kill somone  shrinks geting it wrong is hardly unheard of.

Usually because the have stopped taking their meds and the symptoms return.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: the onnly reason the jury voted guilty.
« Last post by nugnug on Yesterday at 02:13 PM »
Are you saying that all schizophrenics are dangerous even when their meds are stable?

depends some meds can make people more dangrous.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: the onnly reason the jury voted guilty.
« Last post by Jane J on Yesterday at 02:12 PM »
No, only those liable to have violent psychotic episodes.

Sheila never had those -at least, if you wish to call it violent- not against others. She banged her own head against the wall................but do you not find it curious that no mention was made of significant injury.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: the onnly reason the jury voted guilty.
« Last post by nugnug on Yesterday at 02:12 PM »
However, not, apparently, serious enough to hospitalize her, call a doctor, or even to cause alarm. I think we're all aware that whilst schizophrenia can be managed but not cured. It seems to me that the biggest problem she had arose from not taking her medication. Naturally, it would result in relapse.

how many people have wrongly said to be not dangrous and then gone on to kill somone  shrinks geting it wrong is hardly unheard of.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Letter Trail - Wallet
« Last post by lookout on Yesterday at 02:09 PM »
There's a lot of projection going on here, too.





Projection ? Have you read CC's book ?
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For me Lucy the fact her bed hadn't been slept in speaks volumes





Considering she was supposedly drowsy----yes indeed.
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