The son of the nanny allegedly murdered by missing Lord Lucan wants to meet the vanished peer’s relatives to show them why he thinks an elderly man in Australia – who police have ruled out – is the notorious aristocrat.
Neil Berriman is and the killer of his mother Sandra Rivett.
He believes two facial recognition technique experts who told him a photograph of the man is a ‘match’ for pictures of aged 39.
It is despite MailOnline seeing an analysis of the same man’s pictures, compared with Lucan’s, prepared by a Home Office-approved team of facial recognition experts which.
The nanny’s surviving son Neil Berriman, left, blasted police in 2020 for 카지노사이트추천 not arresting a man living in an Australian Buddhist commune who he claimed is her killer.Right, Eton-educated Lord Lucan
Nanny Sandra Rivett was beaten to death with a lead pipe in 1974.Her body was found in the basement kitchen of Lord Lucan’s Belgravia house
The man has also made categorical denials that he was Lucan, issued by his carers at a Buddhist retreat in Brisbane.
And the Met police say Australian officers had probed the identity of the pensioner and ruled out he was Lucan.
Mr Berriman said he is going to contact Lord Lucan’s son George Bingham to ask for for face-to-face talks.
Lord Lucan, who is accused of murdering nanny Ms Rivett with a lead pipe in the basement kitchen of his Belgravia home, is believed to have died after evading authorities for years, and theories that he may be living in Australia have previously been touted, then debunked.
George Bingham, 48, Lord Bingham, son of Lord Lucan arriving at the High Court in London in 2016
An elderly British Buddhist living in Australia is not the missing fugitive peer Lord Lucan, who disappeared in 1974 after murdering his family’s nanny, facial recognition experts have told MailOnline