He had one task – to recover Palmer’s incriminating tapes.
In the days after the raid, Goldfinger was summoned to a meeting, where the family told him they now had the tapes – and demanded he pay them £1 million in cash every month to guarantee his safety.‘He had no choice but to agree,’ the associate added.
Daily Mail TV's Jesse Palmer stopped by Entertainment Tonight on Friday to talk about the launch of brand new show, which launches Monday.
Though the former New York Giant is used to working under pressure, he confessed that there is one star that always makes him loose his cool.
But I realised it would be a mistake to get involved with so dangerous a man, so I politely declined.
In the summer of 2016, I was approached this time by Essex police and asked if I could help with the murder inquiry.
Amid the bruises caused by the paramedics’ violent CPR and the blood from the gaping wound, they missed the real cause of death.It wasn’t until five days later that Palmer’s corpse finally gave up its secrets.A post-mortem examination found he had been shot six times in the back, chest and arms with bullets designed to fragment on impact.The two men had been responsible for smelting down much of the gold from the 1983 Brink’s-Mat robbery near Heathrow Airport, then the world’s biggest-ever bullion heist – a feat that earned Palmer his Goldfinger nickname.An associate later told me: ‘Noye implied he’d co-operate if his sentence was “looked at”.