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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Kitchen telephone
« Last post by Bill Robertson on Today at 06:47 AM »
Thanks for that Bill, glad to see you back, so like me and other posters you are questioning what Stan meant and unsure yourself?  I take my hat off to you Bill ex police and all that,  spending all your time fighting for Jeremy  ;)
Stan loved the sound of his own voice, and the sound of a whisky bottle being opened, so he had a bit of an inclination to shoot his mouth off at times.

Interesting, maybe, that when Stan retired a mob of COLP and Met officers attended his 'do'. He made a lot of friends among the enquiry teams. Enough said.

The 'main man' is innocent; can't give up on him.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Kitchen telephone
« Last post by justice on Today at 06:32 AM »
It is not my wording, it is verbatim the wording on a typewritten report, which has no other identifying remarks. The only reason I posted the comment was to ask if anyone had any views on what he was referring to. I wish there was further discussion in the document about the state of the phone, but DCI McDiarmid changed the subject as soon as Stan mentioned the "state", of the phone or the room; who knows what he meant?

OK, I'm gone now...got better things to spend my time on, on behalf of Jeremy.
Thanks for that Bill, glad to see you back, so like me and other posters you are questioning what Stan meant and unsure yourself?  I take my hat off to you Bill ex police and all that,  spending all your time fighting for Jeremy  ;)

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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Kitchen telephone
« Last post by Bill Robertson on Today at 05:56 AM »
Can you post it? Does he mean the state of the kitchen  when he says the state of it? Or the state of the phone? Your wording is not clear.
It is not my wording, it is verbatim the wording on a typewritten report, which has no other identifying remarks. The only reason I posted the comment was to ask if anyone had any views on what he was referring to. I wish there was further discussion in the document about the state of the phone, but DCI McDiarmid changed the subject as soon as Stan mentioned the "state", of the phone or the room; who knows what he meant?

OK, I'm gone now...got better things to spend my time on, on behalf of Jeremy.
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What about the guy that's been in prison for 32 years for a crime he hasn't committed? How do you think he feels?
He could put an end to the uncertainty tomorrow by admitting it was his scheme, devised under the influence of the winner-takes-all culture of the 1980s, honed and perfected over the course of several months, depriving his parents of a well-earned retirement, the chance of his mentally ill sister to make a recovery of sorts and his nephews to live a full life and claim a share of the inheritance which in the course of time should have been rightfully theirs.
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I'm humbled by how Colin has coped and avoided self-pity. I suppose he has tried to pick up the pieces in a way I have been unable to and move on, and as an artisan he crafts things of beauty which will still exist long after he expires. He's a Blood Type O which does help and has a career which no doubt he will be able to pursue into old age, barring such illness as arthiritis in his hands. He deserves every happiness.  http://www.caffellsculpture.co.uk/sculpture.htm

What about the guy that's been in prison for 32 years for a crime he hasn't committed? How do you think he feels?
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To be fair Steve it's Jackie who keeps bringing him up, I don't think this person is as bothered, I could be wrong, I think this person knows it's going to very hard for Jeremy.  Who knows Jackie might give us more update on what he thinks?  This person does a sterling job keeping the forum running and it's all free time remember Steve.

I'm really fascinated on your knowledge of Colin,  Steve, you write with such passion and I always read your posts. You and Jane write with such fluency and articulate content of which I envy. I know you too had troubles Steve and probably like me you get through it with help and friends, but how on earth does Colin get through his life sentence, served on him by Bamber choosing who should live or die.
I'm humbled by how Colin has coped and avoided self-pity. I suppose he has tried to pick up the pieces in a way I have been unable to and move on, and as an artisan he crafts things of beauty which will still exist long after he expires. He's a Blood Type O which does help and has a career which no doubt he will be able to pursue into old age, barring such illness as arthiritis in his hands. He deserves every happiness.  http://www.caffellsculpture.co.uk/sculpture.htm
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Yes I think the penny has dropped, to coin a phrase. But he could be more vocal on the Forum and keep us abreast of developments.
To be fair Steve it's Jackie who keeps bringing him up, I don't think this person is as bothered, I could be wrong, I think this person knows it's going to very hard for Jeremy.  Who knows Jackie might give us more update on what he thinks?  This person does a sterling job keeping the forum running and it's all free time remember Steve.

I'm really fascinated on your knowledge of Colin,  Steve, you write with such passion and I always read your posts. You and Jane write with such fluency and articulate content of which I envy. I know you too had troubles Steve and probably like me you get through it with help and friends, but how on earth does Colin get through his life sentence, served on him by Bamber making the choice who should live or die.
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Think about it Steve, forum, friend, he?
Yes I think the penny has dropped, to coin a phrase. But he could be more vocal on the Forum and keep us abreast of developments.
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Well not really because I'd like to know who he is.
Think about it Steve, forum, friend, he?
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: The Kitchen Phone etc.
« Last post by mike tesko on Yesterday at 11:11 PM »
It was PC Lay and PC Batchelor who escorted PC Cracknell and PC Norcup (firearm officers) to the scene...
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