Britain’s Most Notorious Prisoner, ‘Charles Bronson,’ Is Up For Parole

Britain’s Most Notorious Prisoner, ‘Charles Bronson,’ Is Up For Parole

Michael Peterson, better known by his fighting name Charles Bronson and Britain’s most notorious prisoner, is up for parole.

A parole board is currently deciding whether Bronson, who changed his name to Charles Salvador in 2014, should be released after spending nearly 50 years behind bars. He is currently serving a life sentence after numerous bouts with prisoners and prison guards while serving time on a robbery charge from 1988.

During his parole hearing, Bronson routinely swore and sighed loudly, the Independent reported. He was given 15 minutes to make an opening statement and began by saying, “I could fill 15 hours.”

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“First of all, it’s no secret I have had more porridge than Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and I’m sick of it. I’ve had enough of

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