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Meet The Wife of Britain’s Most Notorious Prisoner Charles Bronson

Meet The Wife of Britain’s Most Notorious Prisoner Charles Bronson

[Music] it took a song off shotgun to a post-office and alt it up and he got 26 pounds something for it and 43 years later we still in the gun hi I’m Paula Salvador I know I’m married to Charles Salvador who is known as Britain’s most notorious prisoner our sense of humor is just we just got a naughty sense of humor I think I’m one of the only people that tells Charlie off he needs telling off we’d probably need to turn off a little bit more throughout his time it’s an everyone sort of psyche somewhere that they know about this infamous character Charles Bronson I was in Waterstones one day and I saw a book called broad North started reading it and within like two minutes I’m out at the door I’ve read it in two days it’s made me laugh out loud it made me cry at the time that I bought it I’m not long suffered a mental breakdown myself and it really really gave me my spirit just a strength wrote to him literally just to say thanks for writing that book it really helped and he wrote back I wrote back again and he wrote back and that went on for four years before we actually met each other well when I first saw him I thought I felt like God Paul or what are you doing when the reality I hear if we go into that stock prison and it was a open visit then so we were in the same room door closes and he was like sparring on the on the spot I bounced up and down from each each foot and I just said Charlie I said stop that I said no come here it’s me give me a hug you silly get and give him a hug it was a sort of tension in the room within about five minutes ten minutes that had gone and we were just talking like Webb seen him yesterday I suppose it’s like if you if you’re on dating tinder or whatever there is that awkward first ten minutes at least then you can have a drink of alcohol all I had a cup of tea right there with that told me loads of stories I mean the one that sticks in my mind bloody idiot was when he was young and stupid and foolish and he was gonna do a grab and roll as he calls it of a jewelry shop so he’s gonna smash the window in he got this house brick threw it at the jeweler’s to shatter the glass is gonna grab everyone and the house pretty cake splashed him in the head knocked him down on the floor and it got up again a newsmaker get the car gains a car let’s go he goes go do all the work jewelry thief ever I know so Charlie dude you got think at that point I’m not best suited to this don’t let this try something else you and I should have done on reflection Paula I shoulda done but I didn’t know or do you bless him we’re on the phone once and he said to me said what would you what would you say if I was to ask you you know if you wanted to be with me like forever I knew it was like a little boy was talking to me I said to you are you thought about getting engaged and he went well what would you say if I was I said well I’d say yes and I’ve so you were very very naughty because you’re supposed to just do it you’re not supposed to do this pre-empting thing you meant to just surprise me good job except it isn’t it allows you to filter out god no not not in a month of Sundays now maximum-security prison blanket over my head we’ve made the best of it we always say it is what it is and that’s the same that me and Charlie always say I knew what to expect I knew that we were going to get those two hours together the prison officers there that did absolute most they could possibly do and to help us make it went as smoothly as possible it’s difficult yeah it is because even when were there we’ve got a guard who sat behind we could hold hands we can kiss each other we sit there holding Andy strokes where he smell it’s love smelling there for him and in prison with men the smell of a woman’s hair that’s lovely to him you know when I do my lattice always put a bit of perfume on so we can sum this well feminine but yeah it’s incredibly difficult because we can’t really be physical with each other we could only write things to each other we know that the guards read everything that we write I’ve confide in things that I wouldn’t necessarily confined to other people before I met him I couldn’t describe it as like a diary that talked back in a way someone once was slacking me off on Facebook they were threatening me that they were gonna come to my house what have I done I’ve married charlie that that’s my crying Oh guilty as charged this particular grief and I won’t name them are renowned for cyberbullying women that are related to crime in some way I couldn’t give to shiny shirts what did what the thing to be honest his artwork is a massive howler when you see it you’ll realize he’s diamond out on the page I’ll write a poem he will draw it out he always says I’ve exchanged my shotgun for a paintbrush I know that it’s going to be quite a few years before he’s released talk about children know stuff like that that’s out the window because it’s it’s just not gonna happen but I believe the long haul it’s not a media stunt it’s not me thinking oh look at me I’m married Charlie Bronson it’s me marrying a man that I’m in love with [Music]

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100 thoughts on “Meet The Wife of Britain’s Most Notorious Prisoner Charles Bronson

  1. I feel he is one of the best people he was just never taught what was right or wrong. I bet if he was taught right he would just be a big pushover.

  2. Is he ever getting out though? It's like there keeping him in there because they know when he comes out he's gonna be famous and loaded.

  3. what does that make me? Charles Bronson has a wife. Charles Manson had a wife!! I'm still single!! should I change my name to Charles?

  4. This women is a 100% loon.She talks about him as if he is an innocent little school boy.She needs to go talk to all his victims

  5. Yes marrying serial killers, murderers etc is Crazy, women are crazy…. The boston bombers got fawned over, got fanmail and shit.

  6. I hope he gets released soon so he can just live a normal life on the outside. I think he's learned his lesson now and won't be a danger to society.

  7. He hasn't killed anybody he spent 44 years in prison consecutively. 36 of those years spent in solitary confinement in the fucking dark! Half the time he was forcibly stripped of his clothing anybody in a goddamn dark place for that long with nobody to talk to would be driven mad… Even when he did get out of prison for that short amount of time he sold his art and gave most of his money as donations for the Brain tumor charity, Keach hospice and Oxford homeless ect… Even then when he did have the time to talk to others he spent it conversating with disabled children it really helped him recontextualize what he and others have been put through. Now I'm not saying he doesn't deserve to be incarcerated. But the way that people are going about it clearly isn't working. There needs to be a better system. So yes I do think there is a reason why his wife sees the good in him, he's broken.

  8. I wrote a letter to Charles discussing about Art. I'm an artist myself and I'm quite fascinated with his work. He replied, he seemed pretty chill despite his reputation as "Britain's most notorious prisoner". He said to me that listening to music while doing Art can be very therapeutic. I still have his letter in my room lol

  9. Drunk hoe gtfo of him, he is just sentimental, man with sensitivity, and you babylon harlot took the opportunity

  10. Vice is cool when they stay out of politics.
    Yo Vice, stop trying to force straight people to suck dick, it doesn't work. You'll just make trump supporters out of everyone.

  11. She will likely have regrets when her ovaries are empty and shrivelled that she never had children yet devoted her life to someone who is never likely to be released. I feel quite sorry for her because she is still giddy in love.

  12. RIP Paula such a beautiful soul,,,, hope all your demons have left you and now protected in the arms of the lord xxxx

  13. Has he ever been seen properly by a psychologist or psychiatrist on a regular basis? I mean the man is institutionalised poor bastard but where and why did it all begin. For his ‘crimes’ outside people havent served anywhere near the time he’s done. I know he’s been a bad boy outside. And i know when he’s been released into prison society he’s been picked on so some guy can ‘take down’ Charlie Bronson and he reacts, of course he does anyone would. I just wondered if he’d ever been given a correct diagnosis

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