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Cleland’s delay …

Cleland found the TS slip then put it back. He found it again later with some difficulty. Explained.

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Steganography – it’s real

Gordon Cramer's Q and Detective Brown's 'tiny writing.' One and the same.

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63 The finding of the TS slip

Three options

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54 First she did, then she didn’t

A woman of two minds

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51 Two Conflicting Depositions

PC Moss swore the Tamam Shud slip was not found on the body. DS Leane swore it was.

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42 DS Leane’s unreliable testimony

Not all trousers are equal

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41 Evidence storage in 1948 and its limitations

An assumption driven narrative.

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39 For the code-gazers

What are you looking at?

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37 A summary in pictures

.. in pictures

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29 Ballet slippers, black powder and men who dance

.. you know it makes sense

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25 What was he poisoned with?

Remarks by James Cowan, Professor Sir Stanton Hicks and Coroner Cleland

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24 Eight witnesses who provided statements

.. and the ninth, who didn't

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23 Where did he die?

Remarks by Coroner Cleland, Professor Cleland, Professor Sir Stanton Hicks, Detective Sergeant Don O'Doherty.

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22 The question of lividity

Remarks by Professor Cleland, PC Moss, Gerry Feltus, Dr John Dwyer and Professor Sir Stanton Hicks

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21 Remarks by Coroner Cleland

"I cannot say where he died."

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20 Were the tools for marking cargo?

.. or were they meant for another purpose?

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17 The handling of crucial evidence, updated 28 April.

... did Leane make use of the opportunity?

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