Thursday, February 10, 2011

The only proof Mike has that sheila was shot in the kitchen is her blood stained panties soaking in a bucket of water...thats ALL he has...

Herbert Leon McDonnell's report
« Reply #60 on: February 08, 2011, 10:44:PM »

Yes, it would be nice to know whether the blood samples taken from the carpet were from the parts of the carpet which the police cut out and burned and which parts those were.  Is there really enough evidence about whose blood was where?

No, I think there is enough information about whose blood it was. There was blood on the bed (from June). There was blood on the floor near the door, at the foot of the bed and round the other side of the bed. I haven't seen any photos of it, or any reports about whose blood it was.
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The very same argument could be applied to the presence of blood found in the kitchen - Sheila's blood was definitely there...

Missed a word out from my post - I DON'T think there is enough info about whose blood it was.

There are reports of blood and where it was, but no information about whose blood it was. There is no evidence whatsoever that Sheila's blood was in the kitchen, and there's no evidence that Neville's blood was not in the bedroom.
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I would say that there is no evidence that there was any blood belonging or originating from Ralph in the bedroom, but definitely some of Sheila's blood in the kitchen...

If Jeremy was the killer, Ralph would have come to the aid of June, Sheila and the children, and yet there appears to be none of their blood at all found upon Ralph Bambers body, or clothing?

How do you explain this, if it were true?

Where is the evidence that Sheila's blood was in the kitchen? I've seen no evidence of that whatsoever.

Did they check the blood on Neville's body or clothing? If Sheila was the killer why didn't he go to the aid of June and the children? You see how the same question can be asked whoever the killer was. 

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Re: Professor Herbert Leon McDonnell's report
« Reply #61 on: February 08, 2011, 10:46:PM »

Yes, it would be nice to know whether the blood samples taken from the carpet were from the parts of the carpet which the police cut out and burned and which parts those were.  Is there really enough evidence about whose blood was where?

No, I think there is enough information about whose blood it was. There was blood on the bed (from June). There was blood on the floor near the door, at the foot of the bed and round the other side of the bed. I haven't seen any photos of it, or any reports about whose blood it was.
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The very same argument could be applied to the presence of blood found in the kitchen - Sheila's blood was definitely there...

Missed a word out from my post - I DON'T think there is enough info about whose blood it was.

There are reports of blood and where it was, but no information about whose blood it was. There is no evidence whatsoever that Sheila's blood was in the kitchen, and there's no evidence that Neville's blood was not in the bedroom.
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I would say that there is no evidence that there was any blood belonging or originating from Ralph in the bedroom, but definitely some of Sheila's blood in the kitchen...

If Jeremy was the killer, Ralph would have come to the aid of June, Sheila and the children, and yet there appears to be none of their blood at all found upon Ralph Bambers body, or clothing?

How do you explain this, if it were true?

Where is the evidence that Sheila's blood was in the kitchen? I've seen no evidence of that whatsoever.

Did they check the blood on Neville's body or clothing? If Sheila was the killer why didn't he go to the aid of June and the children? You see how the same question can be asked whoever the killer was.
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Sheila's bloodstained knickers were found in the kitchen...

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Re: Professor Herbert Leon McDonnell's report
« Reply #62 on: February 08, 2011, 10:47:PM »

Yes, it would be nice to know whether the blood samples taken from the carpet were from the parts of the carpet which the police cut out and burned and which parts those were.  Is there really enough evidence about whose blood was where?

No, I think there is enough information about whose blood it was. There was blood on the bed (from June). There was blood on the floor near the door, at the foot of the bed and round the other side of the bed. I haven't seen any photos of it, or any reports about whose blood it was.
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The very same argument could be applied to the presence of blood found in the kitchen - Sheila's blood was definitely there...

Missed a word out from my post - I DON'T think there is enough info about whose blood it was.

There are reports of blood and where it was, but no information about whose blood it was. There is no evidence whatsoever that Sheila's blood was in the kitchen, and there's no evidence that Neville's blood was not in the bedroom.
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I would say that there is no evidence that there was any blood belonging or originating from Ralph in the bedroom, but definitely some of Sheila's blood in the kitchen...

If Jeremy was the killer, Ralph would have come to the aid of June, Sheila and the children, and yet there appears to be none of their blood at all found upon Ralph Bambers body, or clothing?

How do you explain this, if it were true?

Where is the evidence that Sheila's blood was in the kitchen? I've seen no evidence of that whatsoever.

Did they check the blood on Neville's body or clothing? If Sheila was the killer why didn't he go to the aid of June and the children? You see how the same question can be asked whoever the killer was.
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Sheila's bloodstained knickers were found in the kitchen...

How does that prove she was shot there? It doesn't.