CONVICTED mass killer Jeremy Bamber claims a new TV drama could taint his latest appeal.
Bamber, 58, is serving life for shooting his parents, sister and twin nephews in 1985.
ITV’s White House Farm telling of the Essex murders is due out next year.
Yesterday, it emerged Bamber’s lawyers have found a police call log which they say clears him.
They could now write to the Criminal Cases Review Commission.
Lawyer Mark Newby said: “It is certainly unhelpful to run any drama about the case at the present time.”
Bamber denies shooting his parents, sister and twin nephews at White House Farm in Essex, in 1985.
He is trying to prove that he was wrongly convicted and handed a whole life sentence.
Bamber has always insisted his model sister Sheila went "beserk" and used her dad’s rifle on the family.
He has already lost two appeals, the latest six years ago.
The real-life crime drama White House Farm starring actor Freddie Fox and Prince Harry’s ex Cressida Bonas, is due out next year.
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