See: Tillman, Pat   Sabow, Colonel James  Griggs, Kay

[2009] The art of cover-ups in Deep Cut

[2009] Deepcut's dead demand justice   Already in the public domain, the facts we know are as follows:

1. There is no evidence whatsoever to connect the rifle at the scene with Cherylís death

2. No fingerprints were collected from the rifle

3. Bullet fragments allegedly collected at post mortem were subsequently lost

4. Remaining ammunition in the rifle found at the scene was inexplicably destroyed

5. The clothing Cheryl was wearing at the time of her death was never forensically examined

6. There is now reason to believe that the case involved sexual assault.