Alleged Miscarriages of Justice > Jeremy Bamber and the callous murder of his father, mother, sister and twin nephews. Case effectively CLOSED by CCRC on basis of NO APPEAL REFERRAL.

Are there any parallels with the Simon Hall case?

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Holly Goodhead:
From Stephanie Hall today:

http://jeremybamberforum.co.uk/index.php/topic,8726.msg418152.html#msg418152

How many of the experts have a history of violence?  Simon Hall was convicted of violent offences during his youth and spent time in a youth offenders prison long before he murdered Mrs Albert.  This is conveniently overlooked.  Most men don't have convictions for violence.  If they do it's a red flag for most.  Those who choose to play with fire often get burned.         

At Hall's original trial at Norwich crown court, jurors were told that Albert had been the victim of a "sudden, savage and brutal attack" after a burglary attempt went wrong. They heard that Hall, who had previous convictions for violence, had been out drinking with friends in Ipswich and had an alibi for most of the night and following morning, except between 5.30am and 6.15am, which could have corresponded with the time of Albert's death.   

We know JB admitted to petty crime as did the chief prosecution witness.  This is a world away from violence resulting in a custodial sentence. 

Holly Goodhead:

--- Quote from: Holly Goodhead on October 11, 2017, 03:12:24 PM ---From Stephanie Hall today:

http://jeremybamberforum.co.uk/index.php/topic,8726.msg418152.html#msg418152

How many of the experts have a history of violence?  Simon Hall was convicted of violent offences during his youth and spent time in a youth offenders prison long before he murdered Mrs Albert.  This is conveniently overlooked.  Most men don't have convictions for violence.  If they do it's a red flag for most.  Those who choose to play with fire often get burned.         

At Hall's original trial at Norwich crown court, jurors were told that Albert had been the victim of a "sudden, savage and brutal attack" after a burglary attempt went wrong. They heard that Hall, who had previous convictions for violence, had been out drinking with friends in Ipswich and had an alibi for most of the night and following morning, except between 5.30am and 6.15am, which could have corresponded with the time of Albert's death.   

We know JB admitted to petty crime as did the chief prosecution witness.  This is a world away from violence resulting in a custodial sentence.

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The above link is no longer working but here's the screenshot. 

Forgot to add the link to the Guardian article about Hall's previous.  Second from last para:

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/aug/08/man-confesses-murder-decade-clear-name

Stephanie you were not conned.  You allowed yourself to become emotionally involved with a man behind bars who had convictions for violence before he brutally murdered Mrs Albert.  Why not take some responsibility and ask yourself why you sought out a 'relationship' with such an invidual?
   

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ActualMat:

--- Quote from: Holly Goodhead on October 11, 2017, 05:44:42 PM ---The above link is no longer working but here's the screenshot. 

Forgot to add the link to the Guardian article about Hall's previous.  Second from last para:

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/aug/08/man-confesses-murder-decade-clear-name

Stephanie you were not conned.  You allowed yourself to become emotionally involved with a man behind bars who had convictions for violence before he brutally murdered Mrs Albert.  Why not take some responsibility and ask yourself why you sought out a 'relationship' with such an invidual?
 

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A bith harsh isn't it?  The previous convicitons of violence have nothing to do with the murder case, no one is denying previous convictions.
Stephanie believed SH innocent of MURDER. He claimed he was, he lied - sounds like she was conned to me.

Caroline:

--- Quote from: ActualMat on October 13, 2017, 09:00:40 PM ---A bith harsh isn't it?  The previous convicitons of violence have nothing to do with the murder case, no one is denying previous convictions.
Stephanie believed SH innocent of MURDER. He claimed he was, he lied - sounds like she was conned to me.

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I agree Mat, Steph didn't 'sought' out a relationship with a stranger, she knew SH before his conviction. Holly, If you can believe that a stranger (Bamber) is innocent, not sure why you find it hard to believe that Steph believed a person she knew? Many teenagers have violence in their history and a small fraction of those go on to be murderers. 

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