Jeremy Neville Bamber Net Worth

Jeremy Neville Bamber Net Worth is

Jeremy Neville Bamber Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Jeremy Neville Bamber (born 13 January 1961) is serving life imprisonment without the possibility of parole in the UK after being convicted by a 10–2 majority in October 1986 of the White House Farm murders, which took place in Essex, England in August 1985. He was told by the Home Secretary in 1994 that he would never be released. He is the only whole-life prisoner in the UK who is known to protest his innocence.Bamber was 25 years old when he was convicted of having shot and killed his adoptive father, mother, sister and her six-year-old twin sons in his parents' home at White House Farm. The prosecution argued successfully that, after carrying out the murders to secure a large inheritance, Bamber had placed the gun in his 28-year-old sister's hands to make it look like a murder–suicide. She had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, and for several weeks after the murders the police and media believed she was the killer.Arguing that he is the victim of a miscarriage of justice, Bamber has several times applied to have the conviction overturned or his sentence reduced. The Court of Appeal upheld the conviction in 1989. The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) referred the case back to the Court of Appeal in 2001, which upheld the conviction again in 2002. The CCRC rejected further applications from Bamber's lawyers in 2004 and 2012. In July 2013 the European Court of Human Rights ruled in Bamber's favour that there must be a possibility, for whole-life prisoners, of release and review.Bamber told The Guardian in 2011 that on his cell wall he has a drawing of himself standing on the steps of the Old Bailey with his hand raised, and has never contemplated the thought that he will not be released. He does not have the support of his extended family, who were involved in gathering the evidence that saw him convicted and who remain convinced of his guilt.
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Date Of BirthJanuary 13, 1961
ParentsNevill and June Bamber
SiblingsSheila Caffell, sister; Nicholas and Daniel Caffell, nephews, * Sheila Caffell , * Nicholas and Daniel Caffell
Star SignCapricorn
1Murdered his family, which included his parents, sister and his two nephews on 7 August 1985.
2He tried to blame the murder on his sister by putting the gun in her hands, but forensics proved otherwise and he was sentenced to life imprisonment.

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