Today in Irish History: 19th October 1989 – After serving 15-years in an English prison, “The Guildford Four”: Geard ‘Gerry’ Conlon, Patrick ‘Paddy’ Armstrong, Carole Richardson and Paul Hill are released in what is considered to be one of the biggest-ever miscarriages of justice in Britain’s history.
Paul Hill is taken to a Belfast prison where he was serving time for murder; he was also expected to be released.https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=moDZUdmXT1E
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Served 15-years-in-prison for something he didn’t do.
Gerry Conlon and Paddy Hill at the Univerisity of Limerick, School of Law.
Gerry Conlon Dies in West Belfast (21.6.2014)
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