BREAKING – New Bain evidence – More parallel lines found

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A reader sends in this revealing new evidence regarding the parallel lines on Robin Bain’s hand. It seems more parallel lines have been found throwing the whole case into disarray.


This photo is categorical proof that it wasn’t Robin Bain that fired the fatal shots, it was in fact Joe Karam. The parallel lines show without a shadow of doubt that Joe Karam was the last person to handle the gun that fired the fatal shots and as he reloaded he used his forehead to put the rounds into the magazine.

Many theories abound as to why he did this but the proof is in the other evidence. Perhaps the best explanation is that he did this to avoid leaving fingerprints, and his sweaty brow would have assisted in obscuring all other fingerprints and handprints on the gun except for David Bain’s.

This is consistent with all the other evidence. It is also consistent with a portly man running around in a cold Dunedin house waiting for David to return. His brow would have been sweaty or at least developed condensation and thus retained the marks.

I think these marks categorically show finally that it wasn’t David Bain what done it, it was Joe Karam and is the reason Joe can resolutely claim it wasn’t David Bain.

We now await Karam’s explanation as to  how those obvious gun powder marks have appeared on his head.


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They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet.   Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet, and as a result he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist that takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

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