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About The White House Farm murders

On the 17th of August 1985, Jeremy Bamber took a shotgun and stalked the halls of his adoptive parent’s house in Essex, killing all members of the family as he went. At least, that’s what the police and prosecution came to believe.

But now, almost 45 years later and having spent more years in prison than he did out of it, Jeremy Bamber continues to protest his innocence.

With the suspicious discovery of certain evidence, the non-disclosure of other details at trial and other evidence having seemingly vanished, there remains some serious questions over his conviction.

In this podcast, we’ll look past the sordid details of the case and consider the question that remains at the heart of this story - could Jeremey Bamber be the victim of one of Britain’s gravest miscarriages of justice?

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