Guildford, Court of Appeal, Gerard Conlon, 15 years, 002
Guildford bombers case: The bombers arrive at the court in a police van.The Guildford Four - as they were dubbed - were jailed for life in 1975 for bombing pubs in Guildford. They each served 15 years in prison. The Guildford Four had their convictions quashed by the Court of Appeal following an extensive inquiry into the original police investigation.As he emerged from the court, one of the four, Gerard Conlon, announced to the waiting crowds: I have been in prison for something I did not do. I am totally innocent." The attacks left five people dead and over 100 injure.December 1974 74-7599-002"
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