Jeremy Bamber claims he has ‘ultimate alibi’ for White House Farm family killing

Jeremy Bamber has spoken from his prison cell to once again profess his innocence over the White House Farm murders of his family 35 years ago.

The convicted killed claims new evidence proves there was still life inside while he was speaking with police officers outside his home.

Caged Bamber, who was just 24 when the slayings took place, hopes the new evidence will clear his name and find justice for his family.

His lawyers say Essex police officers did not enter White House Farm amid fears someone was alive inside, possibly with a gun.

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Bamber’s parents Nevill and June, sister Sheila Caffell, and her twins Nicholas and Daniel were butchered for nearly four hours.

But the convicted killer claims he has the “ultimate alibi” as he was in the presence of “dozens of police officers.”

Speaking from his cell in Wakefield, Bamber told the Mirror: “It is the ultimate alibi that I was in the company of dozens of police officers when it was clear that a person or persons were alive in the house who I am convicted of murdering.”

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On the fateful night of the murders, Mr Bews said he was sent to the farm with two constables after Bamber had phoned the police.

Bamber had told officers he had been phoned by his dad Nevill who said his mentally ill daughter Sheila Caffel had "gone crazy" with a gun before putting the phone down.

The 58-year-old has maintained his innocence since being caged for the Essex shootings in October 1986.

But the crime author Carl Ann Lee disputes these claims, and said she has no doubts about his guilty.

She said the overriding piece of evidence was a crime scene photograph which has never been published.

Ms Lee said the murders were “extremely adept with a gun, who knew what they were doing.

“Sheila didn’t, she was on medication for her illness, which made her uncoordinated,” she added.

Bamber is the subject of a new six-part drama about the killing staring Stephen Graham and Mark Addy on ITV.

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