Use the Sterry method or what Kachel used to call SLIM (selective latent image manipulation) Make the print so that it prints to your taste in the highlights, you will probably have all blacks with not detail in the shadows at this point. Before you put it in the developer, you put the print in a .01% pot ferricyanide solution.
You wil have to make some tesing for the best amount of time you should leave it in the bath.
When done before developing, bleaching has the opposite effect. It reduces the contrast instead of increasing it.
Hope this helps, OTOH, a couple of the prints looked fine to me......