White House Farm & Jeremy Bamber

Bald n Grumpy

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Just finished watching it
Don't know about the accuracy but thought there were some seriously nasty undertones. Probably just dramatisation
 

Fragonard

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Local to us, wife worked with him the year before, she has always said that he didn't do it. Local rumours say that there were some bad people from the drugs trade involved - no idea really though.
Where did his parents get the money from to keep funding him? They seemed to have an endless supply of cash for him. Cars, round the world trips, giving him land, house etc..
 

flowerpot

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I can remember this when it happened, it was a dreadful thing. From what I remember of the botched investigation and then the subsequent one which lead to his being found guilty, from what I read in the newspapers, the TV adaptation was accurate.

They were a wealthy family, that is why they had money to give him, I guess.
 

chaffcutter

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At the time I remember I thought he was not guilty, but after I watched the latest programme I changed my mind.
Thread on here not long ago actually.
 
I need to catch up on this. What I have read seems to be some dysfunctional goings on. The farmland was half owned by his (fathers) brother yet he didnt know. The family jealous of each other. Stealing from the caravan business when he was already being given privileges. Back stabbing girlfriend. Calling each other psycho. Its all a little twisted. Complicated its difficult to know who is telling the truth and who is twisting it. Sad.
 

Hilly

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I need to catch up on this. What I have read seems to be some dysfunctional goings on. The farmland was half owned by his (fathers) brother yet he didnt know. The family jealous of each other. Stealing from the caravan business when he was already being given privileges. Back stabbing girlfriend. Calling each other psycho. Its all a little twisted. Complicated its difficult to know who is telling the truth and who is twisting it. Sad.
It’s tv you know , they will have dramatised it some what I should imagine .
 

Hilly

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The tv dramatisation gave the impression that the police made a lot of mistakes right from the start as regards evidence being destroyed etc, I wonder if we will ever know the truth of it.
Guess only Jeremy knows ! If it was him be a sentence living with what he’s done alone never mind the jail bit.
 
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