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Bamber's appeal lost.

JEREMY Bamber, jailed for life in 1986 for the murders of his father, mother, sister and her twin six-year-old sons, has lost his latest bid for freedom.

Three Court of Appeal judges, who reviewed his case recently during a 12day hearing, ruled his convictions ``safe''.

Bamber, 41, who was not present in the dock of the crowded courtroom as Lord Justice Kay, Mr Justice Wright and Mr Justice Henriques gave their decision, had been told of the ruling in advance and broke the news on his website yesterday.

A message on the site stated: ``Latest News: My recent appeal has been denied.''
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 12, 2002
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