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Please let us know if he is subsequently charged, or whether it's all quietly dropped.
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In other news: anyone remembers Stephen Birch (‘Maddie under Murat driveway’)? He has been arrested in Cape Town for spreading fake news re. Covid-19. He appears in a video telling people not to trust the swabs that have been issued to SA by the UK.
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William Beck
@WullieBeck
Replying to
@Neil_Wilby
@hanksoff03
 and 2 others
I think you would do well to establish if Simon Hall did indeed confess to murder before taking his own life or not.
You do know his wife is implicit in attacking all who claim to be innocent under many anonymous names.
Is there a signed confession or suicide note ?
1:25 AM · Apr 7, 2020·Twitter for Android

https://mobile.twitter.com/WullieBeck/status/1247319639035650050

Dr Michael Naughton, William Beck and Michelle Diskin Bates all appear to choose to use smear tactics to propound their negative propaganda

The smear campaign is born out of a combination of factors, including the need to be right and have his or her “truth” become the prevailing script, retaining status and standing (making sure that his or her inner hidden shame doesn’t become public), and maintaining control of his or her image.
https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/tech-support/201906/dealing-the-narcissists-smear-campaign

The character assassination, persistent lies and deception are all done in an attempt to avoid responsibility and to achieve their own ends
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Empowering the Innocent (ETI)
@EmpowerInnocent
Mar 5
Well done Jane on getting this coverage of Robin Garbutt’s claim of innocence in the 10th Anniversary of his conviction. The more noise about alleged wrongful conviction cases the more likely something might be done in response. Keep up the fantastic work!
@ccrcupdate


“Exploitation and objectification’ are also typical narcissistic traits
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You raise a very valid point: I too suspect June felt envy at Sheila’s blossoming maturity and potential fertility, and it reminded her of her own infertility or the fact she was unable to have a baby of her own with Nevill.  That’s possibly why she viewed naked bodies as shameful, and seemed to suggest sex was sinful. One can only imagine the difficulties Nevill had with June later in life if she became frigid and wanted no intimacy with him. Many people assume couples no longer have a loving sex life as they age, but that isn’t true. Many people enjoy the closeness it brings up until they’re simply too old to desire it, and people in their early 60s are not deemed to be past it in this day and age. But I suspect every intimate pass Nevill made at June reminded her of their inability to have their own children, and to compensate for possibly being frigid to his advances she turned to the church as a distraction.

Nevill told his secretary June was no longer the girl she once was, and when they first met he’d caused a stir amongst the local women: he was tall, sporty, good fun, ex RAF, and came from an affluent family — so he was quite the catch. June too was a catch. Besides also coming from a wealthy family, she was intelligent, sporty, and was pretty. She seemed to turn into a frump, though, albeit well turned-out, and never displayed her femininity by wearing glamorous dresses or shoes on special occasions. She was a typical brogues and tweed skirt lady.

I also think there was a lot of depression in that house. Not with Nevill, who kept himself busy on the farm and enjoyed social occasions where he was gregarious, funny, enjoyed a drink, was generous, kind and enjoyed parties. The depression stemmed from June, and a huge sign of that was how little interest she took in furnishing the house nicely and keeping it homely. It looked gloomy, unloved and messy — all typical signs of depression.


That, IMO, is a 100% accurate assessment.

It's also possible that June's choice of attire was an unconscious way of stopping Nevill's advances. It may well have been that she believed the only function of sex was procreation? That for any other purpose, it was sinful? An irony, isn't it, that such a heinous sin provided her with the children she was unable to conceive.

 Having only seen the kitchen -which is no different from the many other farmhouse kitchen's I've seen- I can't comment. However, whilst all these kitchens leave something to be desired, all other rooms are tastefully furnished, a la shabby chic, but probably go years between redecorating. Nevill, I know to have been much admired and his company much sought after at social gatherings. He was, as you say, a catch.
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You’re WRONG, G-Unit


Since the advent of DNA testing in 1985, biological material (skin, hair, blood and other bodily fluids) has emerged as the most reliable physical evidence at a crime scene, particularly those involving sexual assaults and murders . DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, contains the complex genetic blueprint that distinguishes each individual person. Forensic testing can determine if distinctive patterns in the genetic material found at a crime scene matches the DNA in a potential perpetrator with better than 99% accuracy.


G-Unit, please desist from accusing me of being wrong, when it’s actually you who’s posting wrong information.

I’m becoming weary of this forum; constantly having to bat away ridiculous lies made by people who either have an agenda, or are simply devoid of knowledge.

All you need to do to prove me wrong is to disclose where you found the information you have quoted. If DNA testing was used in 1985/6 and 13 markers from Sheila Caffell's DNA were found where is the evidence of this?
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Georgia just locked down a few days ago. The governor had apparently not realised that it could be carried by asymptomatic people. Not sure which planet he'd been living on for the past few months...

There are still a few that haven't locked down, and even in those that have, less-hit parts of various states don't seem to be taking it as seriously as those in the harder-hit areas.
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You raise a very valid point: I too suspect June felt envy at Sheila’s blossoming maturity and potential fertility, and it reminded her of her own infertility or the fact she was unable to have a baby of her own with Nevill.  That’s possibly why she viewed naked bodies as shameful, and seemed to suggest sex was sinful. One can only imagine the difficulties Nevill had with June later in life if she became frigid and wanted no intimacy with him. Many people assume couples no longer have a loving sex life as they age, but that isn’t true. Many people enjoy the closeness it brings up until they’re simply too old to desire it, and people in their early 60s are not deemed to be past it in this day and age. But I suspect every intimate pass Nevill made at June reminded her of their inability to have their own children, and to compensate for possibly being frigid to his advances she turned to the church as a distraction.

Nevill told his secretary June was no longer the girl she once was, and when they first met he’d caused a stir amongst the local women: he was tall, sporty, good fun, ex RAF, and came from an affluent family — so he was quite the catch. June too was a catch. Besides also coming from a wealthy family, she was intelligent, sporty, and was pretty. She seemed to turn into a frump, though, albeit well turned-out, and never displayed her femininity by wearing glamorous dresses or shoes on special occasions. She was a typical brogues and tweed skirt lady.

I also think there was a lot of depression in that house. Not with Nevill, who kept himself busy on the farm and enjoyed social occasions where he was gregarious, funny, enjoyed a drink, was generous, kind and enjoyed parties. The depression stemmed from June, and a huge sign of that was how little interest she took in furnishing the house nicely and keeping it homely. It looked gloomy, unloved and messy — all typical signs of depression.

Good post, Spy.
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William Becks tweet above received one like, from none other than Barry Georges sister Michelle Diskin Bates
https://mobile.twitter.com/WullieBeck/status/1186446088716378112

Someone on twitter recently referred to Michelle Diskin Bates brother as ‘a few sandwiches short of a picnic’  she thanked them for defending him ?
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It was an attempt at humour. I'll get me coat.

Sorry, I lost my sense of a humour for a moment there...🤪

I’m blaming lockdown cabin fever.

I’ve been stuck on this forum slowly driving myself nuts... *%87
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