Author Topic: Official Jeremy Bamber website posting GIBBERISH says Forensic Expert!  (Read 2233 times)

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Offline John

An independent forensic science consultant providing expert witness services in crimes involving biological evidence such as DNA profiling and bloodstain pattern analysis has referred to comments posted on the official Jeremy Bamber website as gibberish!   8@??)(

Forensics expert Mark Webster has just recently launched his website stating that he was involved in testing the sound moderator involved in the Jeremy Bamber case from 1993 until 2002.

He writes that > 

An "official website for Jeremy Bamber" has suggested that animal blood may have been confused with human blood:

The statement "The blood flake was analyzed and found to contain the AK1 enzyme therefore it came from someone with blood group A." is gibberish. A person's AK type does not predict that person's ABO group.

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Mr Bamber's supporters have misunderstood the DNA profiling evidence considered by Appeal Court Judges in 2002. They write "The sound moderator retained by Essex Police was DNA tested by forensic experts working for the CCRC. In 2001 these tests revealed both male and female DNA to be present on the internal baffle plates. The female DNA was ruled not to have come from Sheila."

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Mr Bamber's supporters have a view on my role in the Appeal and predict the judgment that would have been given if I had not given evidence!

"Mr Webster's evidence completely undermined the Defence argument that Sheila's blood had never been on the sound moderators baffle plates, and accordingly the appeal judges dismissed this ground of appeal based upon Mr Webster's evidence. Ironically had Jeremy's Defence lawyers not called Mr Webster to give evidence then the appeal judges would have accepted the evidence given by the prosecutions forensic experts and the appeal against conviction would have been granted."



Read more here.


Just to clarify the position as exits at this moment in time.

DNA. Seventeen of the twenty bands attributable to Sheila Caffell were detected in DNA from the internal swabbings of the sound moderator. Random chance would have suggested thirteen common bands of DNA would be found and hence since there was significantly more than thirteen, it provided much support for the DNA of Sheila Caffell being in the moderator.

NB. It is not known if this DNA came from blood although it is most likely since blood matching Sheila Caffell's blood group was extracted from the sound moderator in 1985.

« Last Edit: April 06, 2012, 07:05:44 PM by John »
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. An exposť of egregious malfeasance by public officials.
Indeed, the truth never changes with the passage of time.

Offline Admin

If Bamber's former forensic science expert calls his rantings gibberish what will the CCRC call them? 

Offline Tim Invictus

If Bamber's former forensic science expert calls his rantings gibberish what will the CCRC call them?

Gibberish!  @)(++(*

Offline Angelo222

If Bamber's former forensic science expert calls his rantings gibberish what will the CCRC call them?

Gibberish!  @)(++(*

Good morning Tim.

Isn't it quite remarkable that the police previously referred to Bambers writings as 'childish' and his former forensics expert now refers to his theories as 'gibberish'.  Is there a common thread here do you think?
De troothe has the annoying habit of coming to the surface just when you least expect it!!

Je ne regrette rien!!

Offline ISpyWithMyEye

An independent forensic science consultant providing expert witness services in crimes involving biological evidence such as DNA profiling and bloodstain pattern analysis has referred to comments posted on the official Jeremy Bamber website as gibberish!   8@??)(

Forensics expert Mark Webster has just recently launched his website stating that he was involved in testing the sound moderator involved in the Jeremy Bamber case from 1993 until 2002.

He writes that > 

An "official website for Jeremy Bamber" has suggested that animal blood may have been confused with human blood:

The statement "The blood flake was analyzed and found to contain the AK1 enzyme therefore it came from someone with blood group A." is gibberish. A person's AK type does not predict that person's ABO group.

                                                      ---------------------------------------

Mr Bamber's supporters have misunderstood the DNA profiling evidence considered by Appeal Court Judges in 2002. They write "The sound moderator retained by Essex Police was DNA tested by forensic experts working for the CCRC. In 2001 these tests revealed both male and female DNA to be present on the internal baffle plates. The female DNA was ruled not to have come from Sheila."

                                                      ---------------------------------------

Mr Bamber's supporters have a view on my role in the Appeal and predict the judgment that would have been given if I had not given evidence!

"Mr Webster's evidence completely undermined the Defence argument that Sheila's blood had never been on the sound moderators baffle plates, and accordingly the appeal judges dismissed this ground of appeal based upon Mr Webster's evidence. Ironically had Jeremy's Defence lawyers not called Mr Webster to give evidence then the appeal judges would have accepted the evidence given by the prosecutions forensic experts and the appeal against conviction would have been granted."



Read more here.


Just to clarify the position as exits at this moment in time.

DNA. Seventeen of the twenty bands attributable to Sheila Caffell were detected in DNA from the internal swabbings of the sound moderator. Random chance would have suggested thirteen common bands of DNA would be found and hence since there was significantly more than thirteen, it provided much support for the DNA of Sheila Caffell being in the moderator.

NB. It is not known if this DNA came from blood although it is most likely since blood matching Sheila Caffell's blood group was extracted from the sound moderator in 1985.


And seven years on the Bamber brigade are still refuting the rock solid evidence.

No wonder the courts are sick to death of him
Seeking Justice for June & Nevill Bamber, Sheila Caffell & her two six-year-old twin boys who were shot dead in their heads by Psychopath, JEREMY BAMBER who must NEVER be released.