Notorious Charles Bronson brags ‘I’m coming home’ ahead of public parole hearing

Britain’s most notorious prisoner Charles Bronson is confident he’s “coming home” after the UK’s Parole Board agreed to review his case.

Charles, one of the UK’s longest-serving prisoners, will have his case heard in a two day hearing on March 6 and March 8.

The Metro reported that he wrote to his “long-lost” son George Bamby-Salvador, a paparazzi photographer, about the news, saying: "We’ve been waiting a long time for this. What will be will be now.

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"I’ve worked hard to get a result, I’ve earned my freedom or at least some serious progression.

"Keep the faith George, I’m coming home."

The confirmation of the parole hearing comes a year after his lawyers successfully applied to have a public hearing.

Charles was the first prisoner to formally ask for a public hearing after rules changed last year to allow the public to observe proceedings, as part of an attempt to increase transparency in parole hearings, which are usually shrouded in secrecy.

So far no other requests for public parole hearings have been granted.

The Parole Board has repeatedly refused to hear his case since 2000, when he was hit with a discretionary life term with a minimum of four years for taking a prison teacher at HMP Hull hostage for 44 hours.

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The madcap prisoner, known to be one of Britain’s most violent, was first sent to jail in 1968 and has held 11 hostages in nine different sieges, holding a variety of victims including governors, doctors, staff and even his own solicitor.

Bronson changed his surname to Salvador in 2014 after the artist Salvador Dali, has been in prison for much of the last 50 years, often spending time in solitary confinement or specialist units.

He has been married three times in his life, with his last wife, Paula Williamson dying in 2019, two years after they tied the knot.

It is understood that he is still being held at HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.


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