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Bridgewater Four, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBridgewater Four, thethe Bridgewater FourBridge‧wa‧ter Four, the /ˌbrɪdʒwɔːtə ˈfɔː $ -wɔːtər-, -wɑːtər ˈfɔːr/  four British men who were put in prison for killing a boy called Carl Bridgewater in 1978. One of the men died in prison, but in 1997 it was shown that police officers had behaved dishonestly in order to prove that the men were guilty, so they were let out of prison.
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