Saturday, February 5, 2011

Mike Tesko explains..

Police did not set out to frame Jeremy for the murders - they stage managed the crime scene, and moved bodies, including Sheila's, to cover up serious mistakes during the operation inside whf that led to Sheila's death in the main bedroom...
Sheila Caffell need not have died inside the main bedroom at whf, but she did so because of very serious mistakes which were made by members of the raid team that forced its way into the farmhouse at around 7:30am. The police found two bodies downstairs upon entry into the premises, the body of one dead male, and (this is the mistake they made) the body of one dead female, which were reported as a murder and a suicide before 7:45am. This was not a case where the body of a dead male had been mistaken for that of the body of a dead female, which was not rectified until police actually got into the Kitchen - messages were sent out from the scene for the police surgeon and the coroners officer to attend in connection with two bodies, not one...

By the time these messages were being passed from the scene, if it had just been a case of someone mistakenly identifying the body of a dead female for that of a dead male, information would not have been passed from the scene for the police surgeon and the coroners officer to attend the scene in connection with two bodies, they would simply have been told to attend the scene in connection with the discovery of one body...

Similarly, before 7:45am, a message would not have been passed from the scene to the control room, informing them that two bodies had been found upon entry to the premises, one of which was a murder, and the other a suicide - if there had been a mix up where a dead male had mistakenly been identified as a dead female,  that one death could not be reported as a murder and a suicide, and so lets not beat about the bush, the police found two bodies downstairs at the scene, one of which was Ralph Bamber, and the other Sheila Caffell...

By 8:10am, the premises had been comprehensively searched, and a further three bodies reported to have been found upstairs, making five dead in total...

At no stage was there ever a mention of a fourth body having been found upstairs, prior to 8:10am, at which point the armed operation inside whf was terminated and senior police officers, requested to move into the farmhouse from their position in a nearby (out building) forward control point...

At 8:10am, the operation inside the farmhouse was over, and there was no report of a fourth body having been found upstairs, by that stage...

With this in mind, and if the body of Ralph Bamber had been mistakenly identified as the body of Sheila, why wasn't there any mention of a fourth body having been found upstairs, before or by 8:10am? The simple answer is because there wasn't a fourth body upstairs prior to 8:10am...

You do not have to be a genius to work it out that the story which has been introduced to try and explain the presence of two bodies having been found downstairs, by the suggestion that a male body was mistakenly identified as a female body, because only three other bodies were found upstairs, not four bodies by 8:10am...

What story or explanation will these police officers be prepared to introduce next, to account for this discrepancy?

If there were two bodies found downstairs, it stands to reason that there would only be three other bodies upstairs, if the total number of dead was five...

On the other hand, if there was only one body downstairs, you still cannot only have three bodies upstairs, otherwise there is only four bodies...

The truth of the matter is...

That the police made a mistake by wrongly assuming that the female body (Sheila) which was found downstairs was a dead female, and they made the added mistake of not checking and making safe the Bamber rifle which they found in the bedroom leaning up against the bedroom window. It was these two mistakes, which ultimately cost Sheila Caffell her life in the main bedroom at about 8:30am, that same morning...

Not only did police mistakes cost Sheila her life in the bedroom, but those very same mistakes put the lives of the raid team, and later, the lives of senior police officers at risk of being confronted and shot at, and possibly killed by Sheila who eventually ended up back in possession of a loaded gun whilst police were still inside the farmhouse...

By 9am, a second team of firearms officers arrived inside the house and carried out a reconstruction (re-enactment) of the original operation, and identified what went wrong, and how it went wrong - this exercise lasted 22 minutes, at the conclusion of which senior police officers at the scene, acting in conjunction with the permission and authority of ACC Peter Simpson (Head of Operation), agreed to stage manage the scene, and move bodies, and place a gun upon Sheila, and to arrange for members of the original raid team to report the discovery of the bodies, as shown at the time when PC Bird took his crimes scene photographs from 10 O'clock, onwards that same morning...

It was not juntil later that evening when a debrief was held at Witham police station at around 8pm, that senior officers instructed the members of the original firearms team, to make up their notes and statements for the Coroners court, along the lines of this was a four murders and a suicide, and that the bodies were found upon entry in the positions shown in the crime scene pictures taken later....

This upset PS Adams who was the Commander of the operation at the time the house was first entered, at around 7:30am, and he complained to senior officers, that it was not right to ask him and his junior officers to lie about where the bodies had been found - but he was eventually persuaded to tow the line, along with other police officers who reluctantly followed the instruction of senior officers. They were persuaded to do so, because they were told by senior officers, that Sheila had killed the others, and then herself, it was just the way, and the manner, with which Sheila had taken her own life, that was not being reported, accurately...

Police made false reports and wrote up false details in their pocketbooks, for the purpose of covering up the serious mistakes which had been made during the operation, that led to the loss of Sheila Caffells life in the bedroom, that is what this was and is all about - they did not falsify their account with a view to framing Jeremy Bamber, or anyone else, for the murders, and anyone who suggests that they did do, at that time, is wrong...

The actual circumstances of how Sheila had died in the bedroom were not repeated at the opening of the inquest into these five deaths, it was simply reported as four murders and a suicide, where Sheila had shot and killed the others and that she had then taken her own life by way of shooting herself under the chin...

Within one week of the opening of the inquest, the bodies of the five victims were disposed of, by way of cremation in the case of Ralph, June and Sheila, and by burial in the case of the children...

By this stage...

It was too late to go back, it was too late for the police to tell the truth about what really took place, the police had made their bed and now they had to lay in it - no matter what...

And then...

The relatives were getting restless, and Julie Mugford, after being dumped, came forward spinning a fantastic tale of how Jeremy had been planning to kill his family for over a year...