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    (1) - 'Colin Caffells' letter handed over to 'Neville Bamber' at the beginning of 'Sheilas' visit to her stay at Whitehouse farm, triggered the events which followed on 6th / 7th August 1985..

    (2) - 'Sheila' had an accomplice..

    (3) - ' Sheila acted alone..

    (4) - 'June Bamber' fired 'one or more of the gun(s)....

    (5) - 'Neville Bamber' fired 'one or more of the gun(s)'..

    (6) - The 'accomplice ' fired ' one or more of the gun(s)'..

    (7) - each of 'the three adult victims' fired 'a gun at different stages of the event(s)'..

    (8) - 'firearm officers shot at victims' once 'they had entered the premises'..

    (9) - four / five 'weapons belonging to family' / 'relatives' / 'firearm officers' were 'used to shoot victims'..

    (10) - 'different types of ammunition(s)'  were 'used in the shootings' and 'formed part of the original batch of crime scene(s)' and 'autopsy bullet' / 'spent cartridges' which were 'switched' after an 'unannounced test fire' of 'surplus .22 ammunition' recovered from 'the scene' earlier

    (11) - '14 spent bullet cases' (under exhibit, reference 'MDF 100) 'belonged to the original batch of crime scene(s)' and 'autopsy', 'bullet' / 'cases', are 'currently being held in storage' at 'Huntingdon Forensic facility'..

    (12) - 'Cloth Pull Through' (exhibit reference, 'MDF/1') failed to penetrate the 'land(s) and groove(s)' or ' fine stration marks'  which were 'embedded inside the lining of one of the rifle barrels'..

    (13) - The 'composition of Eley .22 (subsonic) hollow point ammunition'..

    (14) - no matching 'crimping marks', to 'link' or 'associate the batch of crime scene(s)' - 'autopsy' bullet / cartridge case(s) 'produced' during 'the ammunition manufacturing process'..

    (15) - 'no confirmation' of 'manufacturers primer' and 'charge' used in 'the creation of their own branded rounds'..

    (16) - 'ammunition manufacturer not consulted', with 'a view of confirming' or 'disproving' that 'each bullet'  / 'part bullet', 'cartridge case(s)' belonging to crime scene ammunition was 'produced' as it's (Eley) 'branded product'..

    (17) -  The  '7 heavy crime scene' ('whole') 'autopsy bullets)' by reference to 'recorded weight of item(s) at Laboratory'..

    (18) - The  '4 light crime scene' ('whole') 'autopsy bullet(s)' by reference to 'recorded weight of item(s) at Laboratory'..

    (19) - The 'other 13 crime scene'  / 'autopsy bullet(s)'..

    (20) - 'wide' (versus) 'narrow' (lands) - on 'surface of crime scene' / 'autopsy bullet(s) '..

    (21) - 'absence of any follower plate straation marks' on any singular crime scene' / 'autopsy bullet(s)', despite the alleged suggestion that there had been two reloads of the rifles 10 shot ammunition magazine (25 shots discharged at scene, 'dilemna' ?)

    (22) - 'victims with bullet exit wounds', (2) - (versus) the 'no. of loose bullets' / 'part bullets' that were 'recovered from' / 'at', 'the scene' (3)..

    (23) - the 'unrecovered bullet', (from skull of 'Nicholas Caffell'), during 'autopsy examination' performed by 'Peter Venezis' (pathologist), on '8th August 1985'..

    (24) - '25' or '26 shots' fired during the event(s) puzzle..

    (25) - 'one missing', 'unaccounted' for 'crime scene' / 'autopsy bullet(s)', -
[plus] - 'a spent cartridge case'..

(26) - The 'presence' / 'absence' , of 'blood' (grouping results) confirming that 'specific bullets' / 'part bullets', 'matched the specific bullet' / 'part bullets', 'allocated' / 'allotted ' to 'each of the five victims'..

(27) - 'the 17 baffle plated 'Parker Hale' (silencer / moderator) which 'Anthony Pargeter', had 'purchased in 1980' versus 'the 15 baffle plated 'Parker Hale' (silencer / moderator) to which 'Neville Bamber' had 'purchased' on the '24th November 1984'..

(28) - The  ('silencer' / 'moderator) internal design features confirmed by 'product manufacturer' - '17 baffle plated design' (1980), '15 baffle plated' (silencer / moderator) 'product available from November 1984'.

(29) - '15 baffle plated silencer' / not available for sale until before November 1984' -  on the 24th November 1984 when 'Neville Bamber' attended 'Radcliffe' (gun dealer) the 'owner of the business', informed 'Neville' that the Parker Hale' silencer was no longer in stock in store, due to the fact that the manufacturer had withdrawn the previously available product (17 internal baffle plates) because of a newly designed version of the same item ( Yet the newer version only had 15 internalized baffles). As a result, arrangements were made to deliver 'Neville Bambers' order to 'Whitehouse farm which arrived. on the '30th November 1984'..

(30) - one of  'Sheila Caffells' (blood) samples that was taken at the autopsy, on the afternoon of the '7th August 1985', went 'missing' and remains 'unaccounted for'..

(31) - 'D'S Jones' took 'possession' of 'one silencer from' / 'at the crime scene', on the '7th August 1985', and allocated it the exhibit reference of 'SBJ/1', along with the corresponding 'Item Reference no. of 22'. It is not known with any degree of certainty whether or not, the exhibit in question had got '17' or '15' internal 'baffle plates', within its outer case but it remains to be seen, whether or not, that the silencer seized by 'DS Jones' on 'the first day of the investigation into events' [had got 17 internal baffle plates]. It is understood, that he took possession of the silencer ('SBJ/1') from inside the downstairs bathroom / toilet ('which was 'the normal place' where 'Anthony Pargeter' kept his collection of firearms, accessories, and his own .22 ammunition. On the same occasion, he took a total of three photographs including one inside the downstairs bathroom / toilet which 'captured the image' of 'Anthony Pargeters' .22 'bolt action rifle', with 'his silencer ['DRB/1'] fitted on the end of that guns barrel'. Also, that 'DS Jones' took a photograph of a calendar that was 'attached on the left hand side of the red painted aga surround'. Also, that upon returning back at 'Witham Police Station' (later on in 'the day') he entered the exhibit references of 'the four exhibits', that 'he' was responsible for taking 'at' and 'from', 'the scene' on the '7th August 1985' into 'a log' called 'The Major Incident Property Book Register', the following four exhibit references, 'SBJ/1', 'SBJ/2', 'SBJ/3', and 'SBJ/4'. By the time the murder suicide investigation changed course in 'September 1985', a 'second Major Incident Property Book ' was created, in which the references to which 'DS Jones' was linked to, was 'not inside 'it'. Similarly, written along side the four exhibit references recorded in the original Property Book Register (book 1) was the instruction in all four instances, 'to be destroyed', or 'destroyed'. This exercise perfectly got rid of any evidence linking 'DS Jones' as having seized 'Anthony Pargeters' 17 internal baffle plated 'silencer', 'and 'his' .22 ['BRNO' make] Bolt Action Rifle, on the '7th August 1985'. In order to 'carry out this exhibit reference fraud', 'DS Jones' had to 're-write his handwritten notes' in 'his official police issue pocketbook', 'which he was encouraged to do so by 'DI Miller' (who's signature is recorded on a page of 'the replacement police pocketbook' that 'DS Jones','re-wrote  his notes' in 'a replacement police pocketbook' issued to 'him', by 'DI Miller', for the purpose of 'concealing his involvement with' and 'to the seizure' of 'Anthony Pargeters', 'silencer' and 'his bolt action rifle' from the crime scene on the '7th August 1985'.

(32) - 'David Boutflour', 'other relatives' ('Robert Woodwis Boutflour', 'Ann Eaton', 'Peter Eaton', 'Anthony Pargeter') and 'Essex police', rely 'on the claim' that 'on' the '10th August 1985', that 'David Boutflour', had recovered 'a (the) silencer ('SBJ/1') - 'lab item 22' [?],('SJ/1') - 'lab item 22' [?],('DB/1') - lab item 23' [?], and / or ('DRB/1') - 'lab item 23/22' [?]from the crime scene' and that this was retained until the 12th August (1985), at (by, and, 'on behalf of everyone concerned'), which point , 'D'S Jones' visited 'Peter Eaton' and 'collected' the 'said silencer' on the evening of the '12th August 1985' (without any 'relevant information') regarding, 'how many internal baffle plates that one had got?

(33) - other possible 'exhibit references' to 'the seizure', 'handing over', 'transported', and 'mention' of 'a silencer' / 'moderator' - '('AE/1', [lab item no. 23] or 'CAE/1')[lab item no. 23]..

(34) - the claim that silencer ('SBJ/1') [lab item no. 22] was handed over' by 'Peter Eaton', to 'D'S Jones', on the '12th August 1985' was a falsehood - (also) - 'silencer'('DRB/1') [lab item no. 23/22] handed over by 'Ann Eaton' to 'DS Oakey' on the '11th of September 1985' could not have at one time had the exhibit reference of 'DB/1' that was submitted to the lab' on the '30th August 1985,  because exhibit 'DB/1' (lab' item no. 23, was a small flake of dried bood, which the blood group evidence was successfully  obtained from..

(35) - 'blood group evidence' ('A', 'EAP-BA', 'AK-1', and 'HP-21') associated to 'silencer' ('DRB/1') [lab item no. 23/22'] identical between 'Sheila Caffell' and 'Robert Woodwis Boutflour'..

(36) - 'blood group evidence', ('A', 'EAP-BA', 'AK-1', and 'HP-21') associated to 'silencer' ('DRB/1') [lab item no. 23/22'] hypothetically could be 'an intimate mixture', of (from)'June' and 'Neville Bamber'..

(37) - submission of silencer ('SBJ/1' - 'SJ/1') [item no. 22] 'to the Lab on the '13th August 1985'..

(38) - submission of silencer ('DB/1')  item no. 23] 'to Lab on 30th August 1985'..

(39) - submission of silencer ('DRB/1') [ item no. 23/22] 'to Lab on 20th September 1985'..

(40) - silencer ('DRB/1') [lab item no. 23/22] examined at Lab on first occasions - '25th September 1985'..

(42) - small 'flake of dried blood' [strong likelihood that this was the original exhibit - 'DB/1', [lab item no. 23] which 'David Boutflour' scraped off the [/list]
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outer casing of the silencer ('using a razor blade') he found at the crime scene on the '10th August 1985'. He 'retained' this flake until the '30th August 1985' - which was  subsequently made into a liquid solution, from which 'blood expert' [John Hayward and an assistant] detected the four blood group results, on the following dates, the '12th', '13th', '18th' and '19th of September 1985' [solution tested to destruction]..

(43) - silencer ('DRB/1') found by 'David Robert Boutflour' at the crime scene on the '10th August 1985' was 'not handed over' to 'D'S Jones' by 'Peter Eaton' on the '12th August 1985'. Consequently, 'D'S Jones' did 'not' hand over the silencer ['DRB/1'] found at the crime scene on the '10th August 1985' to 'DI Cook' on the '13th August 1985', to enable  him to take 'that Particular silencer' to Huntingdon Laboratory on that day (13th August 1985). infact, 'DI Cook'  took the other silencer ('SBJ/1' - 'SJ/1') [lab item no. 22] that 'DS Jones' had taken possession of from the scene on the late morning of '7th of August 1985'..

(44) - 'DI Cook' left the Lab' on the '13th August 1985' in possession of 'DS Jones' silencer. He later carried out two fingerprint examinations on 'it' ('SBJ/1' - 'SJ/1') [these 'two exhibit references' relate to the same silencer, orbearing lab item no. 22]. On the '15th August 1985' he carried out 'the first fingerprint examination' using the 'oblique light (test) technique, finding 'no fingerprints'. Then on the '23rd August 1985', 'DI Cook' conducted 'a second fingerprint examination of the same silencer', only on this occasion, he used a different (test) technique - the 'cynoacrylate fuming' method [super glue] which was 'to no avail'..

(45) - on the '14th August 1985', 'DI Cook', 'DS Jones', 'PC Robert Carr', went to the crime scene along with 'Ann Eaton', they were 'drawn toward the red painted kitchen (aga) 'surround' and 'its mantlepiece shelf'. The reaon for their interest was due to the fact that on the '10th August 1985' when the relatives removed guns and firearm accessories from the farmhouse, which 'they took with them for safe keeping' to store back at the 'Eaton' residence, included amongst their stash was the silencer ('DRB/1') [which subsequently became lab' item no. 23]. that 'David Robert Boutflour' had recovered from a gun cupboard situated in the downstairs office, 'referred' to, or 'known' as 'the den' by 'family' and 'relatives'. This silencer ['DRB/1'] was almost certainly the Parker Hale version consisting of '17 internalized metallic baffle plates' (belonging to the 'Bamber' .22 Semi - Automatic Rifle), '1 flat top washer', an 'end cap', together with 'the tube like outer casing', inside of which 'all the other component parts' (aforementioned) fitted snuggly together when 'it was rebuilt'. Whilst at the scene after 'having found' the silencer, [10th August 1985] 'David Robert Boutflour' - 'scraped a small flake of dried blood' from 'the outer surface of the silencers casing', which 'he retained on his person', out of 'curiosity. A short while later, 'he' attempted to 'unscrew the metal end cap off' the 'tube like metal outer casing of the silencer', but 'he was unable to do so', because 'it was so tightly screwed on', that 'it would not unscrew', so 'he gave it up' as 'a bad job'! One of the 'guns' that 'the relative's took away from the farmhouse' on 'that day', was 'a .22 air rifle', and of course, 'a 4/10 shotgun'. Eventually, after arriving at the 'Eaton place', they examined the horde of weapons and accessories. Rather 'disturbingly', on 'the barrel end' of 'one' or 'other' of 'these two guns', was found to be what turns out to be, a 'smearing' of a 'crushed' / 'streaky' red 'paint stain', which 'relative's' and 'Robert Carr' [RC] thought was 'a match' against 'the red painted kitchen aga surround' and 'the top mantlepiece shelf'. So, 'Robert Carr' went to see the police at 'Witham Police Station', which coincided with 'Jeremy Bamber' also attending 'the same police station' - fortunately, 'neither of them saw each other'. On the same day, 'Jeremy' visited the 'Eaton residence' to request them 'to the return of all the property and items that relative's had removed from the crime scene', including 'all the firearm' and 'accessories' they had 'taken from inside the farmhouse'  without 'consulting with him', and 'that he had been to see his solicitor' who informed 'him' that everything which 'belonged to his deceased parents' had to be 'valued' and 'documented' in accordance with the 'last will and testimony' of 'both' wills and any 'death duties' which 'may have to be paid'. Upon this visit to the relative's, by 'Jeremy' the relative's 'handed back the property' which 'they had removed from the farmhouse', with the exception of 'the two guns', and 'the silencer' [DRB/1] seized by 'David Robert Boutflour' (which 'relative's still had in their posvsession', and to which they continued to keep under 'their control' until the '11th September 1985', when 'Ann Eaton' finally handed over 'the silencer' to 'DC Oakley' /'Oakey' (headquarters Scenes of Crime Officer). On the following day [12th September 1985] 'David Robert Boutflour' contacted 'the police by telephoning them' to 'inform them' that 'he' had 'found the silencer belonging to the gun which had been used to kill all the victims'..

(46) - it was 'Robert Carr', who took the 'two paint samples' at the crime scene, on the '14th August 1985' registered in the Original Property Book, under exhibit references, 'RC/1' and 'RC/2'. This was a cause for concern, once the nature of the police investigation changed from being 'four murders' and 'a suicide' [SOCO reference] given as ['SC/688/85'] where police pursued the matter satisfied that 'Sheila', had shot dead the other four victims, and thereafter, that 'she had shot herself' by way of committing 'her own suicide'. On the 6th September 1985', police began to treat the investigation as 'five murders' [SOCO reference] given as ['SC/786/85'], where 'Jeremy' had hired a hitman at a cost of £2000.00 to murder all five members of his family, and that he ('the hired hitman') had to make 'Sheilas' death,  look like 'a suicide'..

(47) - The 'scratch marks'( which were 'mysteriously first photographed on the '14th September 1985' by a 'DS Oakley', or using the title and name of 'DS Oakey' [he was a headquarters 'SOCO' Officer]. He was almost certainly the very same officer to whom 'Ann Eaton' had handed the silencer ['DRB/1'] that her brother recovered from the scene on the '10th of August 1985', and to which the relative's had not disclosed that 'it' existed to the police, until almost a month afterwards [the '11th September 1985'] the day 'she' handed over the 'silencer', ['DRB/1'] to police! Two days later (the '13th of September 1985'), that silencer 'DRB/1' was fingerprinted by 'DS Eastwood' and 'DS Oakley' / 'DS Oakey' [headquarters SOCO officer]. These facts 'establish that silencer 'DRB/1' could not have been submitted to 'Huntingdon forensic facility, on the '30th August 1985' 'disguised' as exhibit 'DB/1' - nor could blood expert 'John Hayward' have 'found' and 'identified' blood group results , which  matched 'Sheilas' by virtue of the fact that the 'Silencer', ('DRB/1'), did not find its way to be examined at the lab'  for 'the first time', until the '20th September 1985', and that it was 'not physically examined'  by a blood expert until the '25th September 1985' which resulted on the '2nd of October 1985' of 'a paint sample' found on 'the knurled circumference' of Silencer ('DRB/1') was 'matched to a red paint sample' of the kitchen aga surround', and 'its' mantlepiece 'shelf'. In view of this fact, it can 'clearly now be established' that the Silencer [DRB/1] had made scratch marks on the kitchen again, at any stage between the shooting incidents on the '7th August 1985, and the '10th August 1985', and that 'police' and 'relatives' deliberately framed 'Jeremy Bamber' for the 'murders of five members of his own family' by a reliance upon 'red paint from the kitchen Eva's and the argument that 'Sheila Caffells ' blood was discovered 'to have been 'present upon the first 5 or 6 baffle plates of a silencer' which 'belonged to his 17 baffle plated Parker Hale Silencer' which 'David Robert Boutflour' found in the gun cupboard in an office of the farmhouse, on the '10th of August 1985'. Relative's and police lied about when 'DRB/1' was 'handed over to police' by 'Peter Eaton' on the evening of the '12th August 1985', that was processed through the system one month before 'Ann Eaton' had handed it over to police on the '11th September 1985', as such 'Jeremy' was successfully prosecuted, convicted, and sentenced, by 'a reliance upon 'faked blood group' and 'false red paint evidence'..
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