Saturday, February 12, 2011

Explained beautifully NEVILL BAMBER did not make THAT call,,,Mike Tesko is not interested...

One log was written by PC West, and the other was written by Malcolm Bonnet.

PC West took the call from Jeremy, and then he contacted Malcolm Bonnet so action could be taken.

 You have to remember that Jeremy was talking about his sister but he was also quoting his father, and he probably told PC West that Sheila was Neville's daughter - hence the interchangeable descriptions.

Try to imagine a police officer trying to listen and also making notes about what he said at the same time.

 Then try to imagine Malcolm Bonnet doing the same when he was speaking to PC West.

 No wonder there were slight differences.

You really have to explain that line at the end of the 3.26 call where Malcolm Bonnet writes down that the message was passed on by Mr Bamber's son.


You keep ignoring that bit.

You really have to explain that line at the end of the 3.26 call where Malcolm Bonnet writes down that the message was passed on by Mr Bamber's son. You keep ignoring that bit.

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Re: Sequence of telephone calls on morning of 7th August
« Reply #11 on: February 02, 2011, 08:40:PM »
Was there not some controversy in relation to Jeremy ringing Chelmsford Police Station as opposed to dialling 999.

Did the Police receive the telphone calls from both Jeremy and Neville at the same location i.e. Chelmsford Police Station?

Did Neville Bamber ring 999 and Jeremy ring Chelmsford Police Station in which case, surely, it is consistent that there would be two logs for two independent telephone calls with different times of calls?

Yes. He was asked why he didn't call 999 but he couldn't really explain. He just said he didn't think it would be any quicker or something.

Both the logs which in the public domain relate to a call made to Chelmsford police station - it's just that they were written by two different people. PC West took the call in one part of the police station, and he called Malcolm Bonnet in the information room or whatever it's called. Both of them made logs.

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Re: Sequence of telephone calls on morning of 7th August
« Reply #12 on: February 02, 2011, 08:46:PM »
So given the reply.....
"Yes. He was asked why he didn't call 999 but he couldn't really explain. He just said he didn't think it would be any quicker or something.

Both the logs which in the public domain relate to a call made to Chelmsford police station - it's just that they were written by two different people. PC West took the call in one part of the police station, and he called Malcolm Bonnet in the information room or whatever it's called. Both of them made logs."


Is it a fact that "both" calls were documented at Chelmsford Police Station?

If so then "both" calls where made independently by both Neville Bamber and Jeremy direct to Chelmsford Police Station as opposed to either party dialling 999?

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Re: Sequence of telephone calls on morning of 7th August
« Reply #13 on: February 02, 2011, 08:54:PM »
So given the reply.....
"Yes. He was asked why he didn't call 999 but he couldn't really explain. He just said he didn't think it would be any quicker or something.

Both the logs which in the public domain relate to a call made to Chelmsford police station - it's just that they were written by two different people. PC West took the call in one part of the police station, and he called Malcolm Bonnet in the information room or whatever it's called. Both of them made logs."


Is it a fact that "both" calls were documented at Chelmsford Police Station?

If so then "both" calls where made independently by both Neville Bamber and Jeremy direct to Chelmsford Police Station as opposed to either party dialling 999?

Only one call was taken at Chelmsford police station - the one recorded by PC West, and then he phoned Malcolm Bonnet in the information room who logged what PC West told him. There is no evidence that PC West received two calls - one from Jeremy and one from Neville. Until I see evidence of a second log made by PC West, I will think that there was only one call - the one from Jeremy.

There is no record of a 999 call.