The Jeremy Bamber Campaign team would like you, Jeremy's fantastic supporters, to let us know what Jeremy and his bid for freedom means to you - in picture form! Jeremy is fortunate to have the support of countless individuals from across the world, from those who work on his campaign each day, to the thousands of people who have written a letter or e-mailed him over the three decades he has been wrongly imprisoned. To celebrate that support, we are asking for all supporters to put their feelings into photographs.
The Campaign's official Instagram account will be posting the best of your images over the coming months. Could you photograph a family pet with the tag #freebambernow on a sign? Do you have a photo of the farmland and countryside that might surround where you live that represents Jeremy's life before prison? Perhaps you have a card or a letter Jeremy sent to you that always makes you smile, or a running joke you've shared together over the years?
Show us how Jeremy’s wrongful imprisonment, and his impending release has affected or touched your life. We would love to see the photos! Please e-mail your photograph with a short description/detail about it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we may share it with the rest of Jeremy's supporters.
New from The Jeremy Bamber Campaign "festival" style wristbands. Free to all supporters and campaigners. Bands can be worn or used to accessorise bags, luggage or key rings. As Jeremy is starting his 30th year of incarceration let's all proudly wear our bands to raise awareness of the wrongful conviction of this innocent man.
If you would like a wristband please send your name and address to our dedicated inbox, JBcampaign30@hotmail.com Addresses will not be held on file or shared and will only be used for the purpose of posting the bands.
Check out Jeremy's latest blog on the 28th Anniversary of his conviction.
Julie Mugford 21.10.14
"It’s always at this time of year I look back and consider my life, my freedom and what it means to me. People often ask how do I feel, or how can I cope? There are times, especially in the present day, when we all consider our freedom and other people’s suffering in the fight to protect it, especially in times of war ..."
28.09.14 A new video to accompany the page on Sheila Caffell who killed her family in a psychotic episode. This video highlights just some of the major factors in piecing together how and why she did it.
Jeremy Bamber chose a poem to remember his family. "They Are Not Dead" encompasses the memory of Nevill, June, Sheila, Nicholas and Daniel by using the elements of nature. Jeremy also asked that everyone who has sent messages of support be thanked. He will respond to you individually.
Nevill's Call to Police
Jeremy Bamber could not have been responsible for the deaths of his family. Essex Police recorded both Jeremy's and Nevill's call for help.
"The enormity of the universe can make us feel so small, but there is nothing greater than our own capacity to endure."
The Jury asked the court "If Jeremy Bamber was found guilty and imprisoned for many years, who would be the beneficiaries of the Bamber estate and monies? Could it be his uncle and family? A possible motive" Find out about the Relatives and the secret land purchase made by Nevill Bamber, which the Jury knew nothing of.
In 1994 a judge ruled that the Home Office was to disclose all material to Jeremy Bamber's legal team. The material was never given to the Defence and records show that a Special Branch officer ordered the destruction of all DNA exhibits except the Sound Moderator. Material was incinerated at a unit off the North Circular Road while a man serves whole life in prison based on this evidence.
Jeremy in Court and Parliament
Jeremy in Parliament. 9th February, 2005 "Such action is necessary to avoid perpetuating what a growing number of people fear may be one of the greatest miscarriages of justice of our
times.’ – Andrew Hunter MP.
Jeremy Bamber A Year in Media
Sunday 13th October 2013 saw a double page article in the Sunday Mail.
Andrew Hunter's work on the case of Jeremy Bamber.
There is comprehensive material showing that evidence was altered, added to, and manipulated by police in the case of Jeremy Bamber and none more so than that of the sound moderator, the key prosecution exhibit. Forensic scientists told the City of London police investigation in 1991 that their statements were altered without their knowledge, and still nothing has been done to bring these people to justice.
Essex Police had no evidence against Jeremy, therefore his scorned ex-girlfriend's testimony was essential. One of the major claims in her story was that Jeremy had hired a hit man, but the lies started to show when it was established the hit man had an alibi. Julie Mugford went to great lengths before the trial to arrange a 25k deal through a solicitor with the NOTW upon Jeremy's conviction.
The Bloodied Bible 23.08.13
Why Didn't Sheila Fight Back?
24.5.13 Latest on Lie Detectors
Jeremy Bamber passed a lie detector test back in 2007 after years of requests to the Home Secretary.
Jeremy and the Lie Detector 28.03.13
From The Jeremy Kyle sofa to courtrooms across the US and Europe, the Polygraph, the Lie Detector to many, is a widely debated and an often controversial issue but its relevance and standing in the Jeremy Bamber case cannot be understated. We can now chart its history and development plus its social and judicial journeys. Discover the shocking hypocrisy that sees the test used to imprison some while its powers to liberate others remain thwarted despite recognised accuracy up to 98%. How does the test really work? This article broaches the key facts and illustrates how it has helped bring some to justice and may yet help others find freedom.
09.07.13 The Story of Jeremy's Sentence
A Quick Overview of the Case
01.02.14 Guest Video by "The Campaigner"
29.10.13 The Money Trail
Jeremy Bamber associated with homosexuals, but in 1985 this was frowned upon by the establishment, police, and traditional society.
Amid AIDS as the "Gay Plague" the case documents provide an extensive and startling insight into police persecution of Jeremy and his friends, who were frequently described by officers and his relatives as 'poofs' and 'queers'.
Women Campaigners 20.03.13
15.5.13 Police Corruption 'Virulent'
The Sound Moderator
03.03.14 Appeal for New Information
Lie Detector Passed