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TOPIC: White House Farm
#195397
White House Farm 5 Months ago  
Another very well done show; but dramatically it has to take a certain road which, as a victim of false allegations, worries me. Jeremy Bamber is still fighting to have his convictions overturned. I have no idea whether he's guilty or not (absolutely appalling crimes). But the drama is very much slanted against him, which the Keeler shows weren't; much more balanced.
 
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#195398
Honey

Re:White House Farm 5 Months ago  
Yes, I cant see how he can have a fair trial, if it comes to that, when everyone has seen the show.

Of course, we can tell if he is guilty or not by finding out Mark Williams Thomas's opinion.
The opposite will be true!
 
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Bookworm

Re:White House Farm 5 Months ago  
I have not watched it. I don't watch any TV. Only clips on the web. My concern is in the fact it is being put out on a platform (British TV) which answers to nobody and is not big on honesty. In real terms. Ofcom is a huge concern. Do the people who make the programs actually study the case because if they know the facts, why would they spin it?

It was revealed yesterday how 450 jobs are to go.

Most of them in radio?

The government certainly isn't messing about lately with decisions on Huawei and USA.
 
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#195412
Jo

Re:White House Farm 5 Months ago  
Honey wrote:
Of course, we can tell if he is guilty or not by finding out Mark Williams Thomas's opinion.
The opposite will be true!

Haha, that's probably a pretty good gauge!

MWT apparently gets Christmas cards from Jeremy Bamber, so he must be innocent...

I first started writing to Jeremy back in early February 2012 because the case not only always fascinated me, but because I wanted to find out more about some aspects of it that did not sit comfortably with me. As a result of my contact with him and his solicitor I decided to make a programme later that year, which focused specifically on the issues of the moderator and the burn marks on the back of Neville Bamber, Jeremy’s dad. The programme rated very well, watched by over 3.4 million with 17% share. Since then I have been writing to Jeremy every 4 or 5 months, and he always sends me a Christmas card.

www.williams-thomas.co.uk/uploads/images...RupVjeHZNt9Ixcb4gmzo
 
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Bookworm

Re:White House Farm 5 Months ago  
Do they only speak out when one of their own is mentioned?

www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/12350...emy-bamber-itv-video

Jeremy was convicted on the kitchen window evidence. It is unsound. I am annoyed at how the police and officials are dragging this out.
It isn't just about this case anymore, it is about the whole ethos of media and police.

The Guardian is at the forefront of this case and the evidence discrepancies, but I am not sure if that is a genuine duty of care or because Murdoch's paper was involved.
The media sling so much shit covertly, it is hard to get the truth.

It is no longer simply about whether he has done it or not. It is about the evidence used to convict him and the reluctance of officials to comply over 3 decades. This case never featured in the hacking inquiry and press ethics investigations.

I class the evidence in both this case and Barry Georges's conviction as 'Schroedinger's evidence'.
What was used to convict can also be used not to convict? It is right down the middle.

Mugford lied about a hitman.
She had not only the beauty of hindsight but the beauty of foresight as she claimed she knew he was plotting to kill his family. She did nothing to warn them. She went to the police when he cheated.
It is also claimed she received two phone calls on that night. One to say it was going down and another from Jeremy to say "He was worried something was wrong at the farm". The two calls contradict the nature of each other.

Jeremy himself isn't picking the best points to fight his corner.
 
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Jo

Re:White House Farm 3 Days, 3 Hours ago  
Here's an interesting blog on this case by someone who claims a knowledge of firearms:

The White House Farm Murders: Bamber or Caffell

The blogger mentions that Barry George's sister is a patron of the Bamber support team. The blogger has also written about the Jill Dando murder.

Who didn't kill Jill Dando

There's a separate thread here about the Jill Dando murder.
 
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#199819
Jo

Re:White House Farm 3 Days, 2 Hours ago  
Edit: the blogger says:

"Having handled firearms for over 45 years, escaping from a random shooting incident in Spain in 1975 and completing a very active military career in the 1980’s I hope I can be considered qualified to comment."

gunfire-graffiti.co.uk/
 
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