Jeremy Bamber signed letter envelope set

Jeremy Bamber signed letter envelope set

300.00

Jeremy Nevill Bamber was convicted in October 1986 of the murder of his adoptive parents, along with his adoptive sister and her six-year-old twin sons. The shooting of the family in August 1985, in the parents' farmhouse in Essex, England, came to be known as the White House Farm murders.

The prosecution was able to persuade the jury that, after committing the murders to secure a large inheritance, Bamber had placed the gun in the hands of his 28-year-old sister, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, to make the scene appear to be a murder–suicide. Bamber is serving life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. As of November 2016 he was one of 70 prisoners in the UK subject to a whole-life order.

Bamber has repeatedly applied unsuccessfully to have his conviction overturned or his sentence reduced. He does not have the support of his extended family, who remain convinced of his guilt. The Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) referred the case to the Court of Appeal in 2001, which upheld the conviction in 2002. In a 522-point judgment, the judges said that there was no conduct on the part of investigators that threatened the integrity of the trial, and that the more they examined the case, the more they thought the jury had been right. The CCRC rejected further applications from Bamber in 2004 and 2012

The letter and envelope are both handwritten. The letter is signed, Jeremy.

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