UK’s ‘most violent prisoner’ Charles Bronson makes chilling threat in letters as he’s granted public parole hearing

THE criminal dubbed UK’s most violent prisoner has made a chilling threat in a letter – just as he’s been granted a public parole hearing.

Charles Bronson, 69, has spent much of the last half-century behind bars after being caged for armed robbery in 1974.

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Charles Bronson has revealed what he plans to do when – or if – he is released from prison
Bronson wrote, in a chilling letter to a fan, that he would go 'collecting what's owed' to him

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Bronson wrote, in a chilling letter to a fan, that he would go ‘collecting what’s owed’ to him

That’s because the notorious prisoner went on manic sprees of violence and blackmail while inside, keeping him firmly locked up and sentenced to life.

But, Bronson has now been granted a parole board hearing, which is set to take place sometime next year.

And, in a chilling letter exclusively shared with The Sun, the 69-year-old has revealed his plans should he be released from HMP Woodhill in Buckinghamshire.

In a letter, the prisoner scribbled out what could be read as a threat.

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A Bronson fan named Connor first sent a letter to the criminal when he got wind of the hearing.

He wished the lag luck and asked what he’d do when he finally got a taste of freedom.

Bronson – who now goes by the surname Salvador – replied: “First thing is a double bubble proper English fry-up.

“Then go collect whats owed me from all the parasites that have sucked me off for 4 decades.

“Should be fun!” Be lucky. Charles Salvador.”

On the outside of the envelope he penned: “Never walk backwards into a bears cave eating a Big Mac!”

Earlier this year the criminal said he had hoped to be out of prison by Christmas.

Bronson – born as Michael Gordan Peterson – won a court case in 2020 arguing for a public parole hearing and was granted one earlier this month.

In a document setting out the decision for a public hearing, Parole Board chairwoman Caroline Corby said: “I have concluded that a public hearing is in the interests of justice in the case of Mr Salvador.

“I, therefore, grant the application for the hearing to be held in public.”

The case is yet to be listed and a date for the hearing has not been set.

The Luton local was first imprisoned in 1974 over an armed robbery and was eventually released in 1987.

But he was back in jail in 1988 after robbing a jewelry shop and was sentenced to a further seven years.

He has since repeatedly had his sentence increased for attacking prison staff and taking them hostage.

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Bronson – who changed his surname in 2014, after artist Salvador Dali – was sentenced to life in 1999 after kidnapping a prison teacher.

After being held at a number of prisons across the country he returned to HM Prison Woodhill in 2018.

He also penned a note on the back of the letter

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He also penned a note on the back of the letter
Bronson said earlier this year that he hoped to be released from prison by Christmas

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Bronson said earlier this year that he hoped to be released from prison by Christmas

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