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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Aunt Agatha on Today at 08:58 PM »




Along with mikes letters, from his early correspondence, using Jeremy’s own words again, I think we might have something.



It could expose the facts as to whether or not Jeremy was consistent with the facts for one thing.
Before the internet, or mobile phones and very little interest in Jeremy’s case, a couple of us had only Jeremy’s statement of events during and not long after the shootings.

Did he say the same thing to us all then and has his written words changed in any way.  The facts of that night, viewed by Jeremy, should all be the same thence as they are today.  Especially with all his new friends
And the amount of exposure his case has had over the years.

The armchair detectives in this group would definitely draw out any inconsistenciesx
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Aunt Agatha on Today at 08:46 PM »
I think you should read some of the books on the case in order to consider a different perspective.


I did Steve, I proof read Roger Wilkes book for Jeremy before it went to print.  I recall very well the conversations Roger and Jeremy had.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Jon2 on Today at 08:46 PM »




Along with mikes letters, from his early correspondence, using Jeremy’s own words again, I think we might have something.

Would be a very interesting read.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Steve_uk on Today at 08:45 PM »

I don't think she is interested in a fictional perspective.
He must be if he's already read Jeremy's letters.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by David1819 on Today at 08:44 PM »
I think you should read some of the books on the case in order to consider a different perspective.


I don't think she is interested in a fictional perspective.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Aunt Agatha on Today at 08:43 PM »
I have all Jeremy’s letters from approx 1991 - 2013.
These letters describe in his own words the lead up to the case and what he believed happened during this tragic event. We now know that his understanding of the event, as it was originally depicted by the police in Court, was floored and the real happenings of that night were covered up.

I must state, that in his letters to me, especially the ones from the early days, still remain true.
What I mean is, no evidence to date has been found to incriminate Jeremy or his statements in them.

I am still of the view Jeremy was framed - Jeremy is innocent.

I suppose I have the beginnings of a autobiography here, written in his own words. That should be put into a drama along with the true facts discovered by many members over the years.  Once guilt or innocence could be exposed if done in the right way.

What do you think?





Along with mikes letters, from his early correspondence, using Jeremy’s own words again, I think we might have something.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Steve_uk on Today at 08:41 PM »
I have all Jeremy’s letters from approx 1991 - 2013.
These letters describe in his own words the lead up to the case and what he believed happened during this tragic event. We now know that his understanding of the event, as it was originally depicted by the police in Court, was floored and the real happenings of that night were covered up.

I must state, that in his letters to me, especially the ones from the early days, still remain true.
What I mean is, no evidence to date has been found to incriminate Jeremy or his statements in them.

I am still of the view Jeremy was framed - Jeremy is innocent.

I suppose I have the beginnings of a autobiography here, written in his own words. That should be put into a drama along with the true facts discovered by many members over the years.  Once guilt or innocence could be exposed if done in the right way.

What do you think?
I think you should read some of the books on the case in order to consider a different perspective.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Aunt Agatha on Today at 08:38 PM »
I have all Jeremy’s letters from approx 1991 - 2013.
These letters describe in his own words the lead up to the case and what he believed happened during this tragic event. We now know that his understanding of the event, as it was originally depicted by the police in Court, was floored and the real happenings of that night were covered up.

I must state, that in his letters to me, especially the ones from the early days, still remain true.
What I mean is, no evidence to date has been found to incriminate Jeremy or his statements in them.

I am still of the view Jeremy was framed - Jeremy is innocent.

I suppose I have the beginnings of a autobiography here, written in his own words. That should be put into a drama along with the true facts discovered by many members over the years.  Once guilt or innocence could be exposed if done in the right way.

What do you think?
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It is believed that there could have been as many as three different .22 weapons used in the shootings, and one 12 bore shotgun..

Clearly if three different .22 calibre weapons had been used, and all had been preloaded at some point during the middle to late evening of the 6th August 1985, prior to anyone being shot at, this would explain why there was no significant lead deposit found to be present on hand swabs taken at the scene by DC Hammersley (Originally designated DRH/33, Lab' item no. 17), swabs which were taken prior to DC Hammersley placing plastic bags over both of Sheila's hands, both her feet, and over her head! These plastic bags were also given unique exhibit references post the hand, head and the control samples that were subsequently taken!

Then of course, the fact that DC Hammersley wiped Sheila's hands with the swabs had the potential to wipe any blood which had been present upon the fingers of her hands, feet and her head!
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