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Off Topic / Re: Personal Abuse of members here on the Red Forum
« Last post by lookout on Today at 10:34 AM »
What's a " commode " pugwash ? No such language in my world and not a " tena-lady " in sight--boo-hoo.!
Showering is a regular feature in my life having a separate wet-room only using Chanel products of course. You should try using the moisture mist on the dogs I'm sure it'll improve their "aroma ".

Please don't worry about the safety of my home-----it's well guarded with sensors both front and back and nobody really knows my comings and goings. There's no crime in the area where I live and it's a very quiet place so where you get the impression that " where I live " is some Hell-hole I don't know.

Finally I should hope you don't spend the time that I do online having all your animals to look after ! When you've finished your 40 odd years of employment then you can sit back like I do and enjoy life, can't you ? I suggest your first port of call would be for anger management sessions, you need them !!
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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..
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left and right hand?

The Bible was originally given the exhibit reference DRH/44, and according to the Major incident Property register entries, there were several swabs (left hand, right hand, head swab and a control swab) all grouped together as one and the same exhibit, namely DRH/33. The swabs were originally rejected at the Lab' because of fears that they may be contaminated, but the cops pulled off a master stroke by resubmitting them under a different exhibit reference and a different Lab' item number!

We don't even really know which swabs produced the evidence that the prosecution relied upon claiming that lead deposit levels found on them were much too low, if Sheila had handled the additional bullets required to be handled if the crimes were indeed 'a one gun crime'. Since, by all accounts no tests were carried out on all of the four swabs which formed of exhibit DRH/33 or DRH/44. For all anybody knows, the swabs which produced the results relied upon could have been tests carried out on the head swab, and the control sample (which were all part and parcel of the same exhibit in its different disguises)..
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Other high profile cases / Re: Derrrick Bird: a delusional disorder
« Last post by lookout on Yesterday at 08:23 PM »
Yes I don't see a conspiracy either. They're settling for Bird committing some of the murders and somebody else taking over halfway but even that solution is unsatisfactory.






Yes it was only Bird involved in the shootings no matter how you look at it. Other findings don't convince me otherwise.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by nugnug on Yesterday at 08:16 PM »
Not sure why she wrote the book. Same old info, different author.  Then again it will make her money.

If she mentions what Bamber told her on different issues that would be interesting. She did interview him. There are many conflicting accounts on what he believes on issues.

welll simple a professniol wriyer has to write weather they have anything to say or not.
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Jeremy Bamber Case Discussion / Re: Books on the Case
« Last post by Caroline on Yesterday at 06:40 PM »
I think she struck a deal  with him that she would not condemn directly in return for his input.

I think the deal was that she wouldn't reveal (in the book) whether she thought he was innocent or guilty.
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Other high profile cases / Re: Derrrick Bird: a delusional disorder
« Last post by Steve_uk on Yesterday at 06:19 PM »
Interesting video's but I still say it was Bird ( reference Roch's video ) and he'd literally flipped.
Yes I don't see a conspiracy either. They're settling for Bird committing some of the murders and somebody else taking over halfway but even that solution is unsatisfactory.
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Off Topic / Re: 29-year-old Dutch woman ends her life legally
« Last post by maggie on Yesterday at 05:29 PM »
I'm not averse to cremation, but not with my ashes mixed in one of many large urns with hundreds of others whom I never met.  I'd prefer my ashes to be scattered on my favourite spot by at least one person who knew me for some length of time, not a faceless bureaucrat dumping them like trash then ticking a box on a sheet before leaving for the evening.
Doesn't bother me Steve, It's only a body, like an old overcoat that's no longer wanted.  ;D
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Other high profile cases / Re: Derrrick Bird: a delusional disorder
« Last post by lookout on Yesterday at 04:51 PM »
Interesting video's but I still say it was Bird ( reference Roch's video ) and he'd literally flipped.
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Other high profile cases / Re: Derrrick Bird: a delusional disorder
« Last post by Roch on Yesterday at 02:35 PM »
https://youtu.be/C6KVCLfWG5w

Commentary starts 1m.42s.  Haven't seen this one my self.  Think he recently had some trouble with a Lee Rigby video. 
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