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Charles Bronson: Britain’s most notorious criminal who has a son in Devon

A freelance photographer from Paignton is the ‘long-lost’ son of Charles Bronson. George Bamby-Salvador only found out in 2018 that he was the offspring of the notorious criminal.

After Charles Bronson appeared on Channel 4 documentary Confessions of the Paparazzi, George says he received contact from Bronson and later completed a DNA test.

Charles Bronson
Charles Bronson

At the end of their two-hour meeting, George says that Charles Bronson gave him two moustache hairs and later told him to get them tested. Two DNA test results proved pretty conclusively that the criminal had a 99.98% chance of being George’s father.

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Since then the two have met inside prison, while Bronson has written letters to George. It comes as Britain’s most notorious prisoner is confident he’s “coming home” after the UK’s Parole Board agreed to review his case. He will have his case heard in a two-day hearing on March 6 and March 8.

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

Charles Bronson, who grew up in Luton, Bedfordshire, intends to prove he is no longer a danger to the public. George claims Bronson “has not been violent or aggressive for nearly 10 years” and hopes to raise enough money to buy a caravan for his dad in Devon.

Writing on a JustGiving page, George said: “On March 6, 2023 Charles Bronson (now known as Charles Salvador) will be standing in front of the UK parole board with the hope of finally being released from custody and given the chance at freedom that he so much deserves.

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“Charles Bronson is no longer an aggressive criminal, he is a born-again artist who has spent the majority of his prison life in segregation doing his artwork. He has not been violent or aggressive for nearly 10 years. He is 70 years old in a few months and just wants to get out of prison and enjoy his remaining years as a pensioner, living in a caravan in Devon by himself near his family.

“I am organising a fundraising campaign to pay for Charlie to buy a caravan in Devon when he is released from prison, hopefully on March 6, 2023. We are very hopeful that he will be released on parole. If he isn’t, we will be using the caravan to give free holidays to families that don’t have much money, until the day he is released.”

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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. He has spent almost 50 years behind bars after repeatedly having his sentence increased for attacking prison staff and taking them hostage.

Charles 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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