Thursday, February 10, 2011

Jeremy asked images to be removed ..

Jeremy asked me to remove them because somebody has misrepresented to him, why the report was posted. It seems there are people out there who are just out to cause mischief. Well, that report was posted to show everyone, that even a top expert, like Professor Herbert Leon, McDonnell was, and is, can be fooled by the police stage managing the scene, and taking a few pictures. According to McDonnell, whoever placed the hand on the gun was responsible for killing Sheila, and he was not to know that it was the police who put Sheila's hand on the gun...

We have heard that DI Cook (SOC) admitted to moving Sheila's hand on the gun because he wanted to photograph bloodied finger marks on the lower part of Sheila's nightdress, as if this in some way justifies the police moving the body and taking pictures, and that the stage managing of the body has some innocent explanation associated with and to it...


Fact is, if you take that approach, you start off by wrongly assuming that the position of Sheila's body before Cook moved the hand onto the gun, was the original position of the body (undisturbed), but we now know that this cannot have been the case. It cannot have been the case, because PS Adams, saw Sheila's body in the bedroom before 9:am, and there was no gun upon it...

Furthermore, at about 9:25am, when the Corners officer, PC Wright visited the same bedroom, he also states that at that time there was no gun upon the body...

So, we have Cook (SOC) arriving at the scene at 9:20am, and he and his officers do not taken control and possession of the scene until 10 O'clock...

Cook then chooses to move the hand so that he can take pictures of the bloodied finger-marks on the front lower side of the nightdress, but there would have been no need for him to move Sheila's hand to see these, if someone had not planted the rifle back onto Sheila's body before SOC took control of the scene at 10 O"clock. The police planted the gun back onto Sheila's body, and they also placed her hand back onto the gun, before the first pictures were taken at the scene from 10 O'clock onwards...

Cook's action does not serve to give an adequate explanation for why Sheila' body was stage managed - you cannot justify the stage managing as shown in the pictures which have been made available, simply by saying Cook admitted to moving Sheila's arm, and the gun, or both...

Cooks actions, further compound the stage managing or the body with the gun, that took place from an earlier time at the scene...

The two images which show Sheila's arm and hand in different positions upon the gun, confirm the latter stages of the stage managing, at two important junctures, spoken about...


PS Adams and PC Wright, both saw Sheila's body without the gun upon it, before SOC took control and possession of the crime scene, at which point PC Bird (SOC) started to take pictures - none of these pictures show the true position that Sheila's body could have been in when originally found in the bedroom, whether or not it was found there or if it ended up there at some point after 8:10am...

Back to McDonnells report - if an expert like him can be fooled by the stage managing antics of the police, what chance did the poor unsuspecting Jurors ever have of working it out in their own minds...

The jury were conned by the police, in the same way that Professor McDonnell was fooled and conned by the police activities...