New hopes for suspected miscarriage of justice victim

The new lawyer working for Jeremy Bamber (who also works pro bono for the University of Leeds Innocence Project) Simon McKay, has submitted new evidence from gun experts that completely undermines the prosecution case in a notorious mass murder, known in the UK as the ‘White House Farm’ murders (read about Jeremy Bamber’s 26 year campaign to overturn his conviction at his website here…)

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Jeremy Bamber has maintained his innocence throughout his imprisonment for the murder of his family. Read more here… There are now renewed hopes that he may have a third appeal, and this time be successful.

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