Charles Bronson (Salvador) given two years for latest prison attack

Charles Bronson given two more years for attacking a prison governor
Charles Bronson, now Salvador, is serving a life sentenced for taking an art teacher hostage (Picture: File)

Notorious prisoner Charles Bronson has been sentenced to a further two years in prison after attacking a prison governor.

The 61-year-old, who now goes by the name Charles Salvador, pleaded guilty to actual bodily harm after attacking the Woodhill Prison governor in February.

Bronson, known for being one of Britain’s most violent prisoners, was flanked by six prison guards in court, with several more officers in riot gear stationed outside.

(Picture: Getty Images)
The notoriously-violent Bronson was flanked by six security personnel in court (Picture: Getty Images)

‘I plead guilty, but I don’t want to,’ he told the judge at Amersham crown court.

The attack happened on February 28 in a TV room at Woodhill, where Bronson is already serving a life sentenced for taking a prison art teacher hostage in 1999.

It is believed that he was frustrated by staff, who he learnt were withholding ‘enormous amounts’ of mail from him.

The judge asked the prison to launch an internal investigation into Bronson’s claims.

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1 September 2014 | 12:36 pm – Source:

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