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Offline sika

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #30 on: August 09, 2015, 05:37:41 PM »
Morning Puglove!  I deduce from your post above that you didn't read mine and your opinion on what I might have said is coloured by what you've heard from the legendary 'blue' forum.

To clarify:  I have expressly said I don't see how Sheila could have moved around the house after shooting herself and I've never said she impersonated a dog - that's so weird I can't understand how you arrived at it?!  I'd say it was likely the dog was barking like a dog:  simple things are simple.  I'm a bit surprised if it was Bamber that he didn't shoot it for being noisy and annoying. 

As I have posted elsewhere I tfhink most of the problem with this case is people reading far more into what happened than is necessary, kicking off with 'no-one can shoot themselves in the head twice therefore it must be murder'.
I couldn't agree with you more.  It's so bloody obvious who was responsible.  Time to move on.

Offline Passer-by

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #31 on: August 09, 2015, 05:53:48 PM »
Sounds like you might as well close this website then Sika.

Offline sika

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #32 on: August 09, 2015, 06:16:26 PM »
Sounds like you might as well close this website then Sika.
There are plenty of other topics on here, you know?

Also, I always enjoy reading certain posters contributions, whether they be about Bamber, or stinky horses and dogs!
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Offline Passer-by

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #33 on: August 10, 2015, 12:02:41 PM »
There are plenty of other topics on here, you know?

Also, I always enjoy reading certain posters contributions, whether they be about Bamber, or stinky horses and dogs!

I'm not stopping you from looking at them.

But if you're setting the rule that no-one can discuss topics that have already been discussed you need to put some new murder cases up on the site, don't you?

Offline sika

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #34 on: August 10, 2015, 01:16:26 PM »
I'm not stopping you from looking at them.

But if you're setting the rule that no-one can discuss topics that have already been discussed you need to put some new murder cases up on the site, don't you?
You seem to misunderstand me.  I have absolutely no problem with anyone talking about anything they like.  If I'm not interested, I simply don't read it.

I have always been rather intrigued by the Rettendon murders (Essex Boys), even though I'm sure that they have convicted the right men.  I would contribute a great deal to that particular subject.  I'm not one for setting agendas, so I won't be putting any new murder cases up on the site.

With regard to Bamber discussion, I dip in every now and then to check for new developments.  Although I'm utterly convinced that Jeremy is guilty as charged, something keeps dragging me back!  I reckon it must be because I'm interested in the personalities arguing the toss, rather than in the case itself.

Offline nurse ann

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #35 on: September 20, 2015, 10:07:28 AM »
 I have just joined after reading multiple documents, watching numerous documentaries on mr. bamber. I am a psychiatric nurse of some twenty years experience. I remember seeing Jeremy at the time and a cold shiver goingthrough me. cold shivers are not indicative of guilt of course.  I took months to read through everything and was shocked at the inept investigation of EP. I have worked with very ill people and people who would fool you into thinking they were senior vips. very intelligent, articulate with no remorse or acknowledgement of their crimes. some have sworn on their mothers'lives they didn't do it. because they truly believe that they didn't. there are two separate issues. the EP were appalling in their investigations, errors at all angles and that is inexcusable when five people lay dead. however, and that's a big however,  that doesn't negate the evidence that eventually came to light . I believe Jeremy did do it but that he honestly has no recollection or belief that he did. I have seen on multiple occasions. even when confronted with contemporaneous evidence I have seen denial of the most heinous of crimes. as for the lie detector, if you truly believe you didn't do it, you will pass .&%&(+

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Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #36 on: September 21, 2015, 11:23:32 AM »
I have just joined after reading multiple documents, watching numerous documentaries on mr. bamber. I am a psychiatric nurse of some twenty years experience. I remember seeing Jeremy at the time and a cold shiver goingthrough me. cold shivers are not indicative of guilt of course.  I took months to read through everything and was shocked at the inept investigation of EP. I have worked with very ill people and people who would fool you into thinking they were senior vips. very intelligent, articulate with no remorse or acknowledgement of their crimes. some have sworn on their mothers'lives they didn't do it. because they truly believe that they didn't. there are two separate issues. the EP were appalling in their investigations, errors at all angles and that is inexcusable when five people lay dead. however, and that's a big however,  that doesn't negate the evidence that eventually came to light . I believe Jeremy did do it but that he honestly has no recollection or belief that he did. I have seen on multiple occasions. even when confronted with contemporaneous evidence I have seen denial of the most heinous of crimes. as for the lie detector, if you truly believe you didn't do it, you will pass .&%&(+

Hi and welcome to the forum nurse ann.

http://miscarriageofjustice.co/index.php?topic=3.msg3#msg3

Your post contains some interesting points but it might be best if you set up a number of threads otherwise things get a bit unwieldy.  For example:

- Were the police inept or what could they have done differently/improved on?

- Is JB in denial?

Etc

Thanks  8((()*/
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Offline John

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #37 on: October 05, 2015, 11:59:08 AM »
I have just joined after reading multiple documents, watching numerous documentaries on mr. bamber. I am a psychiatric nurse of some twenty years experience. I remember seeing Jeremy at the time and a cold shiver goingthrough me. cold shivers are not indicative of guilt of course.  I took months to read through everything and was shocked at the inept investigation of EP. I have worked with very ill people and people who would fool you into thinking they were senior vips. very intelligent, articulate with no remorse or acknowledgement of their crimes. some have sworn on their mothers'lives they didn't do it. because they truly believe that they didn't. there are two separate issues. the EP were appalling in their investigations, errors at all angles and that is inexcusable when five people lay dead. however, and that's a big however,  that doesn't negate the evidence that eventually came to light . I believe Jeremy did do it but that he honestly has no recollection or belief that he did. I have seen on multiple occasions. even when confronted with contemporaneous evidence I have seen denial of the most heinous of crimes. as for the lie detector, if you truly believe you didn't do it, you will pass .&%&(+

Welcome to the forum Ann, I have only just seen your posts which I find most compelling.  My own views have been along those very same lines since getting involved in the Bamber case.  I agree with your sentiments, I think Jeremy honestly believes he is innocent because the alternative is just too dreadful for him to contemplate.
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Offline rotti

Re: Jeremy Bamber - We correct the falsehoods being promoted in the case!
« Reply #38 on: December 14, 2015, 10:33:08 PM »
I have just joined after reading multiple documents, watching numerous documentaries on mr. bamber. I am a psychiatric nurse of some twenty years experience. I remember seeing Jeremy at the time and a cold shiver goingthrough me. cold shivers are not indicative of guilt of course.  I took months to read through everything and was shocked at the inept investigation of EP. I have worked with very ill people and people who would fool you into thinking they were senior vips. very intelligent, articulate with no remorse or acknowledgement of their crimes. some have sworn on their mothers'lives they didn't do it. because they truly believe that they didn't. there are two separate issues. the EP were appalling in their investigations, errors at all angles and that is inexcusable when five people lay dead. however, and that's a big however,  that doesn't negate the evidence that eventually came to light . I believe Jeremy did do it but that he honestly has no recollection or belief that he did. I have seen on multiple occasions. even when confronted with contemporaneous evidence I have seen denial of the most heinous of crimes. as for the lie detector, if you truly believe you didn't do it, you will pass .&%&(+
i agree lie detectors are in the same category as tarot cards and astrology