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Offline John

John Lamberton - I found my aunt dead in bed!
« on: October 03, 2012, 03:26:00 PM »
I don't usually respond to the garbage posted on the Jeremy Bamber forum on personal matters but they have overstepped the mark this time in relation to the discovery of my aunts body.  For some bizarre reason best known to these trolls OnceSaid and Nugnug they are questioning the manner in which the discovery was made and attempting to connect this in some way with the alleged embezzlement.  For the sake of clarity it is only fitting that I put the record straight.

On Sunday 7th June 1998 I decided to call with my aunt as I did usually weekly.  I had already called with her after work on the Friday evening to check whether the new landscape gardener had been and we inspected the grounds together. I remember as we sat in the lounge sipping tea that she asked me if everything was in order, this was something she hadn't done before.  I assured her that it was and nothing more was said.  I sometimes wonder if she was feeling poorly on that occasion or had a premonition of events to come.  She certainly didn't look ill and had in fact walked to the village earlier that day.



                                    Annie Tyrie Smith Paul (1920-1998)


My wife and two younger sons accompanied me on the Sunday and we arrived at about 7pm.  I was intending to take my aunt out for a drive as was my habit. When we got to the farmhouse there was no sign of her in the garden or the summerhouse so I tried the back door, it was locked.  This was unusual as this was summer and the door wasn't usually locked until much later.  I then made my way through the garden to the front door and peered in the lounge window as I went, again hoping to catch sight of her.  There was no sign and the front door was also locked.

At this point I was concerned for her but not overly worried as I thought maybe she had gone out about the farm or had gone off with her brother.  I telephoned the house in case she had fallen asleep, she liked to have a siesta during the afternoon.  Again there was no reply.  Left with no alternative I decided to get my emergency key which I kept in the back of my car. On gaining access with my wife and two kids in tow I had a look around the downstairs rooms but she was nowhere to be seen.  I went upstairs to her bedroom and saw her in bed partially under the blankets.  I went over but she was cold and rigor had set in, I shouted to my wife that she was dead.  When I looked around my wife and kids were peering in the bedroom door also in shock.



                                     Annie Tyrie Smith Paul (1920-1998)


I telephoned the doctor immediately and he came out quite quickly.  As this was a sudden death and as she had died alone he arranged for the police to call to do a report and for an autopsy to be carried out.  We were later informed that my aunt had passed away in her sleep as a result of a cerebral haemorrhage.

« Last Edit: December 28, 2012, 08:45:23 PM by Admin »
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Offline Mervyn

Re: John Lamberton - I found my aunt dead in bed!
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2012, 04:22:19 PM »
I saw that comment by nugnug over on the blue forum so I hope you are saving the pages for future reference??   8((()*/

Offline Jerry

Re: John Lamberton - I found my aunt dead in bed!
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2012, 10:38:19 PM »
I meant to post reply to that post earlier John but got distracted.  Your aunt looks like a wonderful person and I am sure she probably was.  I have no doubt she would have been devastated had she known about the way you and your family were treated after her death.  Some people have a lot to answer for in this world.

I read that the prosecutor in your case died of cancer?   hmm   
« Last Edit: October 27, 2016, 01:19:59 AM by John »

Offline ActualMat

Re: John Lamberton - I found my aunt dead in bed!
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2012, 10:47:38 PM »
During my time on the blue forum I noticed several members that spoke so poorly of Sheila, June and Neville, I didn't like it. There needs to be respect for the dead.

It is a shame that your innocent Aunt is now having the circumstances of her death 'questioned' by those who have no right or need to comment on it.

Offline John

Re: John Lamberton - I found my aunt dead in bed!
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2012, 09:25:46 AM »
I meant to post reply to that post earlier John but got distracted.  Your aunt looks like a wonderful person and I am sure she probably was.  I have no doubt she would have been devastated had she known about the way you and your family were traeted after her death.  Some people have a lot to answer for in this world.

I read that the prosecutor in your case died of cancer?   hmm   >@@(*&)

She was indeed Jerry, an extremely intelligent and forward looking woman who was so generous to all those around her. When her sister in law was dying of cancer she sat with her every day for months which allowed her brother to go about his business on their farm.  My aunt was more like a mother to me and my boys, she doted on them.  She would have been horrified if she had known how much distress and sheer devastation her gift to me would ultimately bring.  Her whole reason for gifting her investment portfolio to me was so that she could enjoy the benefits with me and my family in her twilight years.

There is also a misconception that I was the only one whom my aunt helped.  This is untrue as she helped my mum and my brother with their farm business for several years and encouraged my brother with his pedigree Suffolk sheep breeding enterprise. She also bought cars for several members of the family including myself and my wife and helped pay for 24-hour specialised nursing services for her sister in law. All this was conveniently overlooked by those who from the outset had closed their minds to the possibility that my aunt was simply concerned for the future of her family.

And yes, the female prosecutor who manufactured the case against me and who did the whole thing as a favour for the Inland Revenue succumbed to cancer. 

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Offline John

Re: John Lamberton - I found my aunt dead in bed!
« Reply #5 on: June 07, 2016, 02:15:54 PM »
Thinking of my beloved aunt today, 18 years after her passing, gone but never forgotten!

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Offline John

Re: John Lamberton - I found my aunt dead in bed!
« Reply #6 on: June 07, 2016, 05:29:15 PM »
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
Check out my website >   http://johnlamberton.webs.com/index.htm?no_redirect=true     The truth never changes with the passage of time.