The image is etched on a million minds: Gerry Conlon, dark-eyed and defiant, emerging from the Old Bailey in October 1989. His conviction, and those of the other members of the Guildford Four, had just been quashed.
Paul Hill, Paddy Armstrong and Carole Richardson had slipped away. Conlon faced the cameras, raging and railing, his two sisters clinging to his side.
“I’ve spent 15 years in prison for something I haven’t done, for something I knew...
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