Jailed Conlon asks Swiss court to release him into house arrest
A large part of former Ammado boss Peter Conlon’s day is spent in a sparse eight square metre prison cell with barred windows
Former Ammado boss Peter Conlon’s Swiss lawyer has applied to have him released from the Zurich prison where he has spent more than 200 days since his arrest at Christmas.
A large part of Conlon’s day is spent in a sparse eight square metre prison cell with barred windows. Television privileges are allowed for one franc a day, and access to showers is allowed twice a week, according to a local source.
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