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Justice for All - The Manchester McKenzie Organisation - Document

Some Hindsight Observations and Questions.

Neither at the time of Mr Bamber's trial, nor since, has it ever been established how Mr Bamber was supposed to have committed the murders. Nor has it ever been ascertained in which order the victims died. How could Mr Bamber manage to have overcome three adults in two different parts of the house, managing to persuade one of them to allow him to make their death appear as suicide?

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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2012, 12:31:24 PM »
A few striking claims in the first "Justice for All letter":

Julie Mugford was "brutally raped" in France and blamed JB for not being there - that's the first I've heard of that.

Again, the suggestion that Ralph fathered the twins. I assume this is where it originates.

Sheila looked peaceful and with no signs of a struggle, therefore it was suicide. Erm... who struggled with Ralph then?

The suggestion that Robert Boutflour contaminated the silencer with his own blood - how could he have possibly known that he had the same blood groups (all 5 tests available) as Sheila?

The relatives openly admitted that after the murders their only consideration was how to incriminate Jeremy Bamber? Really?


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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2012, 03:08:11 PM »
A few striking claims in the first "Justice for All letter":

Julie Mugford was "brutally raped" in France and blamed JB for not being there - that's the first I've heard of that.

Again, the suggestion that Ralph fathered the twins. I assume this is where it originates.

Sheila looked peaceful and with no signs of a struggle, therefore it was suicide. Erm... who struggled with Ralph then?

The suggestion that Robert Boutflour contaminated the silencer with his own blood - how could he have possibly known that he had the same blood groups (all 5 tests available) as Sheila?

The relatives openly admitted that after the murders their only consideration was how to incriminate Jeremy Bamber? Really?


Happy Easter Monday everyone.  That is interesting Weets.  I did know about the rape in France but I think that group of losers are making more of it than there really was.  That letter is completely bias against the family so how can they possibly hope to attract any credibility as a serious justice organisation.  I find their comments to be a disgrace and I hope they are sued for what they have accused the family of doing.
De troothe has the annoying habit of coming to the surface just when you least expect it!!

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Re: Justice for All - The Manchester McKenzie Organisation - Document
« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2012, 04:33:28 PM »
A few striking claims in the first "Justice for All letter":

Julie Mugford was "brutally raped" in France and blamed JB for not being there - that's the first I've heard of that.

Again, the suggestion that Ralph fathered the twins. I assume this is where it originates.

Sheila looked peaceful and with no signs of a struggle, therefore it was suicide. Erm... who struggled with Ralph then?

The suggestion that Robert Boutflour contaminated the silencer with his own blood - how could he have possibly known that he had the same blood groups (all 5 tests available) as Sheila?

The relatives openly admitted that after the murders their only consideration was how to incriminate Jeremy Bamber? Really?


It is easy to blame those who died in the massacre because they cannot fight back.  Does that Organisation still exist or has it gone the way of many before it?

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« Reply #4 on: April 09, 2012, 04:52:39 PM »
A few striking claims in the first "Justice for All letter":

Julie Mugford was "brutally raped" in France and blamed JB for not being there - that's the first I've heard of that.

Again, the suggestion that Ralph fathered the twins. I assume this is where it originates.

Sheila looked peaceful and with no signs of a struggle, therefore it was suicide. Erm... who struggled with Ralph then?

The suggestion that Robert Boutflour contaminated the silencer with his own blood - how could he have possibly known that he had the same blood groups (all 5 tests available) as Sheila?

The relatives openly admitted that after the murders their only consideration was how to incriminate Jeremy Bamber? Really?


It is easy to blame those who died in the massacre because they cannot fight back.  Does that Organisation still exist or has it gone the way of many before it?

well they cant talk back thats for sure

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Re: Justice for All - The Manchester McKenzie Organisation - Document
« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2012, 08:05:01 PM »
A few striking claims in the first "Justice for All letter":

Julie Mugford was "brutally raped" in France and blamed JB for not being there - that's the first I've heard of that.

Again, the suggestion that Ralph fathered the twins. I assume this is where it originates.

Sheila looked peaceful and with no signs of a struggle, therefore it was suicide. Erm... who struggled with Ralph then?

The suggestion that Robert Boutflour contaminated the silencer with his own blood - how could he have possibly known that he had the same blood groups (all 5 tests available) as Sheila?

The relatives openly admitted that after the murders their only consideration was how to incriminate Jeremy Bamber? Really?


It is easy to blame those who died in the massacre because they cannot fight back.  Does that Organisation still exist or has it gone the way of many before it?

Now defunct I think, but there is a similar organisation of the same name.