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The Jeremy Bamber Case In Facts And Photos

by | 5th, August 2010

JEREMY Bamber is in the news. Back in the news. Bamber was jailed for life in 1986 for murdering five of his family at their Essex farmhouse in 1985 he shoot dead his adoptive parents Neville Bamber (shot eight times) and June Bamber (shot seven times), his sister Sheila and her twin sons Daniel and Nicholas the boys shots 3 and five times, respectively, in the back of their heads.

But is he guilty? New evidence has come to light that suggest he is not. Team Bamber have seen evidence presented to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC). Will the CCRC refer the case to the Court of Appeal?

Bamber has always maintained his innocence. He says the murderer is his sister Sheila Caffell, a former model nicknamed Bambi.

Sheila was found lying next to a Bible with two gunshot wounds to her neck. The murder weapon, a .22 Anschutz semi-automatic rifle, was found in her hands.

There has always been some doubt as to his guilt. Bamber was convicted by a majority jury of 10-2 at Chelmsford Crown Court.

But if guilty, why did he do it? The prosecution at his trial said he had carried out the murders out of greed, hoping to inherit a £500,000 fortune.

The Lover:

Bamber was famously pictured holding hands with girlfriend Julie Mugford behind his parents’ coffins, struggling to contain his grief. Then Julie, 21, discovered he had cheated on her and told police he had discussed hiring a hitman to kill his parents. Detectives were reluctant to change their minds but then a silencer stained with blood and paint was found by Bamber’s cousins.

Evidence 1

The police phone log – the one the police “lost”.

The log, entitled “Daughter gone berserk”, reads: “Mr Bamber, White House Farm, Tolleshunt d’Arcy daughter Sheila Bamber, aged 26 years, has got hold of one of my guns.”

It came ten minutes before a second emergency call from Bamber himself, who told officers his father had telephoned him

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