Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Mike Tesko explains the 'Unique weapon'.. wrangling for money after the muders...certainly are a money grabbing bunch of folk of that there is no doubt...including Jeremy Bamber...

Question:


A friend of the family allegedly handed in a "unique weapon" to the Police sometime after the incident at WHF but would not say who owned the unique weapon or where it came from? are you able to shed any more light on this?

Was it the special .22 bolt action rifle owned by Anthony Pargeter? (understand if you can't say or don't want to at the moment for any reason). Anthony was unclear and gave conflicting reports some years ago about whether the weapon was at the farm on the night of the murders or not - what is your opinion on this? I believe there is a strong possibility that more than one weapon was used (hence the many ballistic mysteries).

In the Sunday Times article last July it mentioned that Anthony Pargeter had waged his own long legal struggle against the estate and that he suffered his own mental anguish as a result -  what kind of "mental anguish" are we talking about?
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Mike answers:

Thank you for your inquiry, and for giving me the opportunity to provide a more detailed explanation about the features you raise - not to be forgotten is that these views which I express are not necessarily the views of Jeremy, or his legal team, or the views of any other person who chooses to take issue with me, over what I choose to talk about...

The views I express are not the views of the owner of this site, or of admin, who manges and controls it...

Personally, I don't care whether or not the views I express are the same views as all the other parties I have mentioned...

Back to your points:-

The unique weapon which was handed into the police by a close associate of Ralph Bambers, was handed in soon after the shootings took place. The person who handed them into the police did so on the understanding that he would not have to identify the two men who were responsible for handing over two weapons (not one) to him...

The person who handed it over to the police, refused point blank to name the two men involved in this transaction...

What followed next, is even more bizarre,. since the man who handed these two weapons over to the police, asked if he could keep the unique double weapon, because it was of historical interest?

Police refused this request...

Anyway, it appears that these weapons were handed back to the police, soon after the killings, because they were owned by Ralph Bamber, and should have been kept, or have been present at whf, at the time of the shootings, or on the morning of the murders, but they were not...

The identity of the person who handed these weapons to th e police is known ( I have a witness statement which bears the name of this person upon it), however, I do not profess to know the identity of the two men who handed these weapons over to him...

What has always interested me, about this matter, is the fact that this unique weapon had two different barrels, one atop the other, and that it could have been used to make the double marks which the pathologist (Peter Venezis)  found on the back of Ralph Bamber's neck...

Also that the .22 rifle of this unique weapon, could h ave fired some of the crime scene ammunition, which could not be associated directly, to the .22 Bamber rifle?

As far as I know this unique weapon with the two guns, has not been eliminated as the source from which the marks on the back of Ralph's neck originated from?

If they were made by this weapon, how did the weapon get from th e scene, into the possession of the two men, to enable them to hand it over to a close friend of Ralph Bamber's, which in turn allowed him to hand it over to the police?

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Next matter:-  Pargeters gun, which was a .22 bolt action rifle should have been kept at whf, and should have been there on the night of the shootings. In fact, Jeremy included Pargeter's rifle as being amongst guns which the forearms team would find, once they got into the farmhouse, because Jeremy was asked to draw up a list of weapons inside the farm...

Once police got into the farm - they did not locate or find Pargeter's rifle...

It was missing...

It was missing, despite the fact that Anthony Pargeter made a witness statement to Essex police saying that he had purchased this rifle in 1980, and that it was always kept at whf, and that he visited the farm at week-ends, so that he could go shooting on land, owned by his uncle Ralph Bamber...

He further stated, that although his weapon was kept at whf, that he used to remove the bolt from it, and take that back home to Bourne-end, in Buckinghamshire, so that no-one else could fire it in his absence...

OK, so why was his .22 bolt action rifle missing from the scene on the morning of the killings?

Did he know something, about was going to happen, or was it just a coincidence that his .22 rifle was not there? Did he take it home with him, for safety reasons, because he knew that Sheila and the children would be coming to whf, and he did not want her to get hold of his gun and use it to shoot anyone?

I don't know...

All I know is that his rifle was not there on the morning of the shootings, which contradicted what he said in his witness statement, that he made to Essex police, where he said that he removed the bolt from his rifle, at whf,  before returning home, and he took it away with him, so that no-one could fire it in his absence...

If what he told Essex police was true, his rifle should still have been at whf, (minus its bolt), but it turns out it was not...

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Next:- Anthony Pargeter, and the other relatives,  had a dirty fight over the inheritance from the Bamber estates...
In the end, Pargeter and his sister, settled for Ralph Bambers estate, whilst the Boutflour's, and Eaton's, settled out of court, for June Bamber's, share...