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I'm pretty sure you have been on these threads before, asking similar type questions. Anyway, I'm done for the night, off to watch a movie, non-crime. I fancy a bit of a laugh, so comedy related. I may or may not be on tomorrow, so you can integrate me at your pleasure. Other than that, you can scroll back though these threads and find the answers you are looking for.
Nope I can’t remember joining in before, if I have I apologise,  like I’ve said I only joined in because of the new interest, but thanks for your help anyway.
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From what I remember he found the body was taken right to the police station there and then, stripped and put in ones of those white forensic suit. He was wearing same clothes he had on to school that day. Looks like he was a suspect right from the start, not a witness as nobody else in the search party had to give over clothes, or were interviewed like was right after Jodi was found. I think it was days later, when they had been cleaned, they were asked for their clothes.
Thanks Bullseye, we always help Newbie’s who join the Bamber forum to bring them up to speed, I only took interest because of the latest Documentary, Anyway it’s not a case I will be following anymore.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: New article:
« Last post by handyman on Today at 04:06 AM »
How different could Sheila's life have been had she not been coerced by her mother into having an abortion when she was 17, but instead encouraged to marry Colin Caffell and have a family of her own.
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Luke Mitchell and the murder of Jodi Jones / Re: The murder of Jodi Jones
« Last post by Bullseye on Yesterday at 10:45 PM »
At first After his discovery of the body, Mitchell was initially questioned as a witness; So when did they do a thorough examination of him or his clothing Davie?  He wasn’t arrested till 10 months after the murder..so when everyone is saying there was no forensic evidence on him after the murders, was this just a visual examination or a thorough examination?

From what I remember he found the body was taken right to the police station there and then, stripped and put in ones of those white forensic suit. He was wearing same clothes he had on to school that day. Looks like he was a suspect right from the start, not a witness as nobody else in the search party had to give over clothes, or were interviewed like was right after Jodi was found. I think it was days later, when they had been cleaned, they were asked for their clothes.
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Luke Mitchell and the murder of Jodi Jones / Re: The murder of Jodi Jones
« Last post by Davie2 on Yesterday at 10:28 PM »
At first After his discovery of the body, Mitchell was initially questioned as a witness; So when did they do a thorough examination of him or his clothing Davie?  He wasn’t arrested till 10 months after the murder..so when everyone is saying there was no forensic evidence on him after the murders, was this just a visual examination or a thorough examination?

I'm pretty sure you have been on these threads before, asking similar type questions. Anyway, I'm done for the night, off to watch a movie, non-crime. I fancy a bit of a laugh, so comedy related. I may or may not be on tomorrow, so you can integrate me at your pleasure. Other than that, you can scroll back though these threads and find the answers you are looking for.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: New article:
« Last post by Roch on Yesterday at 10:07 PM »
Yes, that's a possibility as well.  But if that were the case, why would Stan and the relatives have been allowed to drive the investigation?  I really doubt it and, without intending any disrespect towards Mike, I think his explanation that the police shot Sheila and covered it up is more of a deus ex machina or post facto rationalisation.  If the police had really shot Sheila, then the entire case would have been different because the police would have had no qualms about admitting what they had done.  They would have simply stated that she was an armed suspect pointing a gun at officers and she could not be reasoned with.  Case closed.

DCI Jones was deputy head of CID. I believe he also had commendations for bravery in his career. He must have been aware that Sheila had received two gunshot wounds. There must be reasons why he held his position against the relatives and there must be reasons why Keneally presented a report to top brass confirming that the evidence implicated Sheila. There must be reasons why his report is not available. Neither is the original Coroner's report available. Mike Tesko used to claim the raid team refused to testify at court and that they didn't sign their statements (their may be one or two exceptions).
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That is because he went to play on the swings and mucking about with his pals, later that evening, getting himself all dirty again. He also told the very same pals, who asked him where Jodi was. He told these pals, that Jodi was not allowed out. Strange, when he arranged to meet Jodi, proved by text messages and the testimony of a witness that told Luke that she has already left.. He was also waiting at the end of the road that leads into his estate, waiting for Jodi for over an hour, as has been claimed. He knew she was dead at this point.
At first After his discovery of the body, Mitchell was initially questioned as a witness; So when did they do a thorough examination of him or his clothing Davie?  He wasn’t arrested till 10 months after the murder..so when everyone is saying there was no forensic evidence on him after the murders, was this just a visual examination or a thorough examination?
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That is because he went to play on the swings and mucking about with his pals, later that evening, getting himself all dirty again. He also told the very same pals, who asked him where Jodi was. He told these pals, that Jodi was not allowed out. Strange, when he arranged to meet Jodi, proved by text messages and the testimony of a witness that told Luke that she has already left.. He was also waiting at the end of the road that leads into his estate, waiting for Jodi for over an hour, as has been claimed. He knew she was dead at this point.
Thats how I understood it as well Davie. I was going  to ask the Question was her injuries consistent with the Skunting Knife, but I think this answers this at the appeal.

The deceased's cutting injuries are consistent with their having been caused by a knife of the kind which, at the relevant time, the appellant owned and which, without adequate explanation, then disappeared.
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lol. This made me laugh. £150 for 97 grams of hash, is the deal of the century. Although in the grand scheme of things what I'm about to explain is irrelevant. But its dose prove, he was a heavy smoker and dealer. A score(7grams) was well, where I stay was bought for £30. in 2003 Small-time dealers would normally buy, or get laid-on(loaned) what is known in the trade as a bar (100grams or there about) prices would vary, but £150 is way off the mark. The small time dealer (Luke) would then cut this into scores £30(7gram) and half scores £15(3.5grams) to sell off or laid-on to his kiddy friends. A nice little profit for a 14yo. If true he got for £150, but i'm guessing it closer to the £300 mark for his bar.
Oh right thanks Davie2.  I read that he told a psychiatrist he’d smoked 40 joints a day in the lead up to the murder, but I think this was dismissed?
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Luke Mitchell and the murder of Jodi Jones / Re: The murder of Jodi Jones
« Last post by Davie2 on Yesterday at 09:05 PM »
Apparently Luke had dirty hair and fingernails, suggesting he hadn't cleaned himself up in the interim. What about the Parka jacket? What did Corinne know and when did she know it?

That is because he went to play on the swings and mucking about with his pals, later that evening, getting himself all dirty again. He also told the very same pals, who asked him where Jodi was. He told these pals, that Jodi was not allowed out. Strange, when he arranged to meet Jodi, proved by text messages and the testimony of a witness that told Luke that she has already left.. He was also waiting at the end of the road that leads into his estate, waiting for Jodi for over an hour, as has been claimed. He knew she was dead at this point.
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