Sorry, Samson, but from now on you're dumped into the elderly gut-feeling, copper-hating, lazy homework denying, conspiracy theory believing, weirdly obtuse bin.
Carry on tilting at the wrong windmill.
There is no need to apologise.
I don't regard conspiracy discussion as adding anything to these cases. Usually there is one act of helping a case that will be done secretly.
Julie Mugford was an extreme case of woman scorned.
Once Bamber is in jail the system is designed to keep him there, in support of the sanctity of the jury decision. This is universal in countries of this type. There is no conspiracy by judges and the home office, just a routine that is followed, reverse the burden of proof and seize on a data point that is too hard to disprove.
In this case it is the paint on the silencer, CCRC 2012.
Is that clear Puglove?
I have explained what happened in this crime scene, and it is the only explanation that works. Holly and I disgree on some points, but the thrust is the same. Nevill is ringing Jeremy downstairs while Sheila heads upstairs with a gun, and shoots June. Nevill stops the call and climbs the staircase and meets gunfire, turns, the cartridge is emptied in his left arm, and he is thoroughly disabled, but with enough locomotive capacity left to reach and collapse into the coal bucket.
If she swings the rifle by the barrel she is not bound to encounter any resistance, or get blood spattered, or receive any injury. This act is the only one that might cause the expected contamination of hands or clothes, but this is not necessary. She very likely washed her hands, as suiciders do, and unlike Holly, I think she waited till there was no choice but be arrested or shoot herself.
My three key reasons for stating Bamber is innocent are probably
1. There is no evidence linking him to the crime scene.
2. There is a thoroughly plausible explanation excluding him and the need to force compliance to a suicide pose.
3. It is claimed he planned this slaughter. Yet the plan has so many moving parts with such chaos inevitable, that it is completely doomed to failure. Retrofitting this chaos to include him does not obviate the need to explain how he could possibly plan
to achieve this scene without a disastrous and incriminating forensic encounter with Sheila.