Friday, February 11, 2011

Mike Tesko : new evidence on bullets

New evidence relating to discharge of first ten (10) bullets during incident how it can be proven the order with which the first ten bullets were fired at the scene, from the first load of the ammunition magazine of the gun...

According to evidence provided to the police by Jeremy, the magazine of the family owned rifle, was full with ten (10) bullets, by the time Jeremy left whf that evening at about 9:30pm - an explanation which satisfied Essex police, in accounting for an additional five (5) bullets which were fired other than from a new box of fifty (50) which had been unwrapped, and left on the kitchen worktop...

Police found thirty (30) bullets on the kitchen worktop - establishing that twenty (20) were missing from the box...

If twenty five (25) bullets were fired during the incident, it meant that five (5) additional bullets which were used in the shootings, had to have materialized from another source...

Jeremy told police that on the evening of 6th August 1985, he brought a new box of Eley .22 ammunition from the gun cupboard and loaded up the ammunition of the Bamber rifle, until it was full with ten (10), stating that there was already about five bullets, or so, in the magazine, before he loaded any of the new bullets into it...

(1) bullets taken out from the new box were loaded once into the ammunition magazine...

(2) the five (5) bullets which were already loaded into the magazine, appear to have been loaded twice into the ammunition magazine - that is to say, these five (5) were loaded into the gun and removed, at some time, before being replaced back into the gun, before the new bullets which Jeremy loaded into the gun were placed in there...

(3) The first load of the ammunition magazine of the Bamber rifle, therefore, had five (5) double magazine marked bullets, and five (5) new bullets which only had single magazine markings upon them...

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(4) the ten (10) bullets from the first load of the ammunition magazine of the Bamber rifle, was loaded as follows:-

(a) bullet one - double magazine marked, loaded first into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in last position

(b) bullet two - double magazine marked, loaded second into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in last ninth position

(c) bullet three - double magazine marked, loaded third into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in last eighth position

(d) bullet four - double magazine marked, loaded fourth into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in seventh position

(e) bullet five - double magazine marked, loaded fifth into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in sixth position

(f) bullet six - single magazine marked, loaded sixth into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in fifth position

(g) bullet seven - single magazine marked, loaded seventh into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in fourth position

(h) bullet eight - single magazine marked, loaded eighth into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in third position

(i) bullet nine - single magazine marked, loaded ninth into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in second position

(j) bullet ten - single magazine marked, loaded tenth into the magazine of the weapon, which would be fired in first position

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Bearing in mind that the first five (5) bullets which were loaded into the magazine of the Bamber rifle, before new bullets were put in, during the first load of the guns ammunition magazine, at least one of these must have had the distinctive follower plate marking upon it, with a possibility that there might be, or could be, two bullet cases with a follower plate marking upon them, amongst these five double marked bullets...

None of the five (5) new bullets loaded into the ammunition magazine by Jeremy, had a follower plate mark upon them...

Finding out the position at the scene where the five (5) double marked bullet cases were round by the police, will help to build up a picture of how the ten (10) bullets from the first load of the gun, were discharged during the incident...

An in-depth check of the ballistic evidence in this case, reveals that two of the double marked bullet cases (DRH/8 and DRH/4) were found in the main bedroom, another two (DRH/38 and DRH/39) in the children's bedroom, and one (DRH/19) in the kitchen...

This discovery is remarkable...

It is remarkable, because of the fact that June Bamber was shot five (5) times, whilst she lay in bed - which would be the first five (5) single marked bullets which were discharged from the Bamber rifle (new bullets, single magazine marks), and that the shooter then appears to have left the vicinity of the main bedroom, and gone to the children's bedroom, where a further two bullets (DRH/38 and DRH/39 ) were discharged, each of these two bullets bearing double magazine marks, fired in position six (6) and seven (7), followed by a solitary (DRH/19) shot fired in the vicinity of the kitchen (eighth bullet bearing double magazine marks) - the shooter then appears to have gone back upstairs to shoot June Bamber in the head near the doorway to the bedroom, with two bullets (DRH/4 and DRH/8) fired in ninth and tenth position, the last two remaining double marked bullets...
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Sequence of shootings from first load of ten (10) bullets during incident...

June Bamber - five bullets (all single magazine marks on bullet cases) -  main bedroom

Daniel Caffell - one bullet (double magazine marks) - children's bedroom

Nicholas Caffell - one bullet (double magazine marks) - children's bedroom

Ralph Bamber - one bullet (double magazine marks) - kitchen

June Bamber - two bullets (double magazine marks) - main bedroom

The aforementioned sequence of events, enables June Bamber to get out of bed and move around inside the bedroom, before being shot twice more, and killed near the bedroom door, and it also allows Ralph to struggle with Sheila in the kitchen, at a time when Sheila needed to reload the ammunition magazine of the gun  with additional bullets, prior to Ralph being fatally wounded with four of the fatal bullets to his head...
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Ballistic Experts evidence

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First ten (10) Bullets (a)

one - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
two - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
three - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
four - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
five - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
six - double magazine mark (Daniel Caffell) - childrens bedroom (fatal)
seven - double magazine mark (Nicholas Caffell) - childrens bedroom (fatal)
eight - double magazine mark (Ralph Bamber) - kitchen (non fatal)
nine - double magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (fatal)
ten - double magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (fatal)

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First ten (10) Bullets (b)

one - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
two - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
three - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
four - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
five - single magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (non fatal)
six - double magazine mark (Daniel Caffell) - childrens bedroom (fatal)
seven - double magazine mark (Nicholas Caffell) - childrens bedroom (fatal)
eight - double magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (fatal)
nine - double magazine mark (June Bamber) - main bedroom (fatal)
Ten - double magazine mark (Ralph Bamber) - Kitchen (non fatal)

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Struggle took place between Ralph and Sheila, either as a result of Sheila needing to reload the gun with more bullets in the kitchen, or just beforehand when Sheila shot Ralph in the left arm, incapacitating his use of it...

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If the order with which the first ten (10) bullets from the first load of the guns ammunition magazine, was fired in this order, it helps to support the case for Sheila being responsible for the other four deaths, and her own death - she appears to have gone to the bedroom to shoot dead her mother (June Bamber), then into the children's bedroom to shoot her two children, and ended up downstairs where she shot Ralph Bamber at least once, before the need to reload to guns ammunition magazine with more bullets...

Either during, or after the last bullet was fired from the rifle was discharged, Ralph and Sheila could have struggled over control and possession of the gun...

The position of the five double magazine marks on five of the bullets cases, helps to establish this sequence of events, beyond doubt, no matter who the shooter was...

Five bullets fired in main bedroom (single magazine marks)
Two bullets fired in children's bedroom (double magazine marks)
One bullet fired in kitchen (double magazine marks)
Two bullets fired in main bedroom (double magazine marks)

Since, Ralph was the only other victim shot downstairs (other than Sheila), the presence of the double marked bullet case, enables us to know that Ralph was only shot once as a result of the discharge of the first ten (10) bullets in the gun, and that he was not shot four times upstairs in the bedroom, as alleged by the prosecution case, one of which smashed his jaw which would have prevented him from being able to talk on the phone, before he went downstairs and was killed?

Ralph was shot for th first time, downstairs, as evidenced by the presence of the solitary double marked bullet case (DRH/19), found there ...

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If Ralph was fatally shot on four separate occasions downstairs in the region of the kitchen, how come there were only two legitimate bullet cases found there?

Since, bullet case DRH/19, was a double marked one, that must have been fired during the first discharge of the first ten bullets...

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I see there's a thread on this already. Missed it before.

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Mike where there any live rounds left in the 22 anschultz rifle or magazine after the second wound to Shelia Caffell also is it know who loaded the first five live 22 rounds into the first full magazine of ten bullits as per posting,the kitchen plan sketch shows a body against the AGA if this is the body of ralph bamber which door was he against to hinder police access,the sketch appears to show two doors...

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Mike where there any live rounds left in the 22 anschultz rifle or magazine after the second wound to Shelia Caffell also is it know who loaded the first five live 22 rounds into the first full magazine of ten bullits as per posting,the kitchen plan sketch shows a body against the AGA if this is the body of ralph bamber which door was he against to hinder police access,the sketch appears to show two doors...
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Ralph's body was originally behind the internal door, closest to where his body ended up - police were delayed for up to seven minutes because Ralph's body was sat on a wooden chair behind that particular door - I will post some useful diagrams in the not too distant future for everyone to look at, view, and consider...

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There's a picture of the kitchen taken from a different angle in this article. The kitchen has been tidied up, and I don't know when it was taken, but it might help someone to see the kitchen layout.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2011/01/31/jeremy-bamber-police-used-my-family-s-corpses-as-props-115875-22887475/