Case One : In Bell test violations can outcomes be they (1) contextual outcomes ( not pre - encoded in measured object but arise in interaction with object and measurement apparatus) be distinguished from (2) non realism /non counter factual. And (3) from non local effects in a space like separated test ? Case Two: When measurements are made at A and B on the same axis with perfect anti correlations then the assumption of CFD/realism includes locality : A (a,λ) = - B (b,λ) and non contextuality. It seems case Two assumptions can only apply when detectors are aligned. Then when detectors are not aligned case One question applies.