"As Jeremy’s supporters we all take time out of our day to think about the innocent man, a dear friend to many of us, soon facing his 27th year behind bars as a direct result of failings and what appears to be corruption, not just within Essex police force, but within the other bodies responsible for Jeremy’s continued incarceration, despite the catalogue of evidence proving his innocence.
Just last week the Sunday Mirror wrote about the lie detector test which Jeremy passed unequivocally, yet he remains behind bars. But within the catastrophic failings of this case, it’s easy to lose sight of the five lives lost – the five most precious people to Jeremy who died so tragically on August 7th 1985.
As his liberty was ripped from him, wrongly convicted of killing the people he loved most, Jeremy was never afforded the time, space or right to grieve for his family. I hope we can all take just a moment today to think about the loss Jeremy continues to suffer but also to remember the five lives lost at White House Farm, Jeremy’s parents Nevill and June Bamber, his sister Sheila and his nephews Daniel and Nicholas."