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The Categories of Presumption

  • Jiahong He
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Part of the Masterpieces of Contemporary Jurisprudents in China book series (MCJC)

Abstract

On 7th August 1985, Mr and Mrs Bamber, their adopted daughter Sheila and her twin sons all died from fatal gunshot wounds at the Bambers’ residence: White House Farm. Police arrived on the scene after receiving a phone call from Jeremy Bamber, the Bambers’ adopted son. Based on initial investigation of the scene, police determined that Sheila had killed her parents and her children and then shot herself. But among the family and friends at the funeral were two young people who did not believe the conclusions of the police investigation. They found at the scene of the crime a rifle silencer with traces of blood on it.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of LawRenmin University of ChinaBeijing, Haidian DistrictChina

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