Jailed mass killer Jeremy Bamber is to submit a new appeal which a woman supporter claims contains “bombshell evidence”.
Bamber, 59, is serving life for the cold-blooded slaughter of his family in the 1985 White House Farm murders – the subject of a chilling ITV drama last year.
He was found guilty of shooting his adoptive parents June and Nevill, both 61, his sister Sheila Caffell, 28, and her six-year-old twins Daniel and Nicholas in an attempt to inherit their £500,000 estate near Maldon, Essex.
Last week the calculating killer failed in a High Court battle to get the Crown Prosecution Service to hand over documents allegedly relating to a second gun silencer.
Despite this, Bamber will launch a new appeal to the CCRC – Criminal Cases Review Commission – within weeks.
But last night Essex Police were dismissive of the monster’s latest move. A spokesman said: “Jeremy Bamber’s conviction has been the subject of several appeals and reviews and there has never been anything to suggest that he was wrongly convicted.”
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