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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Jeremy Bamber proven innocent
« Last post by lookout on Yesterday at 04:40 PM »
I can't say.




Wouldn't you have thought it was a bit late in the day for him to " tread carefully ?"
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: The ITV Drama
« Last post by lookout on Yesterday at 04:38 PM »
Both the grannies who left fortunes, one of them changing her Will rather sharpish.
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Luke Mitchell and the murder of Jodi Jones / Re: knife find.
« Last post by nugnug on Yesterday at 04:10 PM »
i asume so or they would be trying fr an appeal based on it..

i dont think independant testing is allowed in scotland the law may have changed though.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: New Bible Claims By CT Team
« Last post by Jane on Yesterday at 04:01 PM »
Suicide notes, which I'd have said, were those which were scrawled by Sheila which included that " police and the newspaper would be there ". There were 6 ? pages of scribblings, some of which didn't make sense through being illegible in places.
I'd been waiting for reports about these " notes " since they were supposed to have been seen by a handwriting expert, but heard nothing more about thoughts on the content.

Except it's never been proved that they were suicide notes. Another case of wishful thinking, perhaps?
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: New Bible Claims By CT Team
« Last post by Caroline on Yesterday at 01:40 PM »
It doesn't look like Junes writing to me. To me the note looks like a child has written it.




Well, none of us are handwriting experts but we can't see enough of it anyway. However, the point is, the note wasn't missing as the CT claim.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Jeremy Bamber proven innocent
« Last post by Caroline on Yesterday at 01:36 PM »
Agreed, but even if her assertion about Jeremy were correct, it doesn't imply the Jeremy's telephone call to Pc West took 11 minutes. Even the prosecution accepted Pc West's assertions at trial that he dealt with Jeremy's call quickly, but they suggested his written note of the time when Jeremy rang him was a mistake. The mistake wasn't attributed to an incorrect clock, as the clock had been checked later and found to be working correctly.

Pc West noted that car CA7 was "at scene" at 03:50, which was in rough agreement with Bonnett's note of 03:48 as the arrival time of the same car, but these times are too late to fit with any guilty scenario unless the police response was incredibly slow, which isn't what the prosecution suggested.

West also accepted that he could have written down an incorrect time on the log. The prosecution pushed him on his timings, especially when he stated that he dealt with the initial part of the call within 1 min. I think you're adding your own assumptions as to how they felt about his recollection.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: The ITV Drama
« Last post by Caroline on Yesterday at 01:27 PM »
Why would they be the only exemptions? You know perfectly well that various others related to the WHF killings are now dead as well.

I think this is reference to the key players! Who would you have added?
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: New Bible Claims By CT Team
« Last post by lookout on Yesterday at 01:15 PM »
Suicide notes, which I'd have said, were those which were scrawled by Sheila which included that " police and the newspaper would be there ". There were 6 ? pages of scribblings, some of which didn't make sense through being illegible in places.
I'd been waiting for reports about these " notes " since they were supposed to have been seen by a handwriting expert, but heard nothing more about thoughts on the content.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: New Bible Claims By CT Team
« Last post by lookout on Yesterday at 01:08 PM »
Including those of the bloodied Bible pages, Reader. Unless you included them too.
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