Killer Bamber loses latest appeal

KILLER Jeremy Bamber, who is serving life for murdering five members of his family in 1985, today lost his Court of Appeal challenge against an order that he must die behind bars.

KILLER Jeremy Bamber, who is serving life for murdering five members of his family in 1985, today lost his Court of Appeal challenge against an order that he must die behind bars.

Bamber has spent more than 20 years in prison for murdering his adoptive parents, Nevill and June, his sister Sheila Caffell and her two young twins, Nicholas and Daniel, six.

They were all found with bullet wounds from a rifle at a remote farmhouse in the Essex countryside in August 1985.

Bamber has always protested his innocence, saying his schizophrenic sister, a model known as 'Bambi', was responsible for the killings before turning the gun on herself.


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