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Offline Hardy Boy

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Re: WHF tragedy-case-construction article.
« Reply #15 on: October 29, 2023, 01:58:PM »
What a stupid accusation; do you claim to be a mind reader? Lies are deliberate, the omission was made simply because it’s irrelevant to the article.
Dickhead.
[your Headline  Are the CCRC unable to see the wood for the trees

ARE THE CCRC UNABLE TO SEE THE WOOD FOR THE TREES ?   Yet they are able to see the Wood for the Trees, because they refered the case in 2002 to the Court of Appeal, it is out of the CCRC hands and it's up to the Judges then.  Your lying post is all about the CCRC not doing their Job, and including such that CCRC refuses to investigate,  yet they took the trouble to refer the case to the Court of Appeal in 2002, yet you deliberatly left that part out, because it does't fit your narrative, so your lying and anyone can see this.

Your name calling is parr for you, when youv'e been proved wrong it show's youv'e lost the argument, i call you out that you have not mislead you have purposly lied and if the Moderators think that is too strong a word they can and will change it. 

Then you give such a lame and pathetic excuse  because of space constraints the article was edited down to its current length. This has introduced a few spelling and grammar issues. Unfortunately this happens on CCRC Watch.
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Re: WHF tragedy-case-construction article.
« Reply #16 on: October 29, 2023, 02:16:PM »
Dont worry,I'm not wedded to any scenario Bubo,I was simply accepting that it was Sheila's blood in the silencer and trying to work out how this could fit into an innocent Bamber scenario,merely trying to see just how far fetched it was to think that Sheila may have returned the silencer to the den.

I have read all about the Pargeter rifle from a few different sources.There is a very good piece about the silencer and the AP rifle on the forum written by the member called 'Smiffy'. He demolishes the finding of the silencer and shows that it is very likely that APs rifle was present on the night of the shooting.

AP's WS says he took his rifle back on the 28th/29th July.

That is when he saw the rifle with sights and silencer attached. The silencer minus the scratch.
'Only I know what really happened that night'.

Offline snow66!

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Re: WHF tragedy-case-construction article.
« Reply #17 on: October 29, 2023, 02:34:PM »
AP's WS says he took his rifle back on the 28th/29th July.

That is when he saw the rifle with sights and silencer attached. The silencer minus the scratch.
I will try and find 'Smiffy's' posts about the AP rifle and direct you to them Adam.

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Re: WHF tragedy-case-construction article.
« Reply #18 on: October 29, 2023, 02:39:PM »
I will try and find 'Smiffy's' posts about the AP rifle and direct you to them Adam.

Don't think it will outweigh AP's WS.

We both agree it was Sheila's blood and the aga paint on the silencer. Through different scenarios.

The relatives didn't need AP's rifle to fabricate.
« Last Edit: October 29, 2023, 02:39:PM by Adam »
'Only I know what really happened that night'.

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Re: WHF tragedy-case-construction article.
« Reply #19 on: October 29, 2023, 02:40:PM »
We also both agree the scratch on the silencer arose during the massacre.
'Only I know what really happened that night'.

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Re: WHF tragedy-case-construction article.
« Reply #20 on: October 29, 2023, 02:55:PM »
Dont worry,I'm not wedded to any scenario Bubo,I was simply accepting that it was Sheila's blood in the silencer and trying to work out how this could fit into an innocent Bamber scenario,merely trying to see just how far fetched it was to think that Sheila may have returned the silencer to the den.

I have read all about the Pargeter rifle from a few different sources.There is a very good piece about the silencer and the AP rifle on the forum written by the member called 'Smiffy'. He demolishes the finding of the silencer and shows that it is very likely that APs rifle was present on the night of the shooting.

These are my suggestions. The ones highlighted in the text
https://jeremybamberforum.co.uk/index.php/topic,11999.msg553834.html#msg553834