Sarah Conlon

Sarah Conlon (20 January 1926 – 19 July 2008) was an Irish housewife and a prominent campaigner in one of the most high-profile miscarriage of justice cases in British legal history. She spent decades campaigning to have the names of her husband Giuseppe and son Gerry cleared over the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) pub bombings at Guildford and Woolwich, and helped secure an apology from former British prime minister Tony Blair in 2005 for their wrongful imprisonment.

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Sarah Conlon - In Popular Culture
... starring Daniel Day-Lewis and directed by Jim Sheridan, is based on the Conlon family's story ... Northern Irish actress Marie Jones played Sarah Conlon ... The movie was adapted from Gerry Conlon’s autobiography Proved Innocent, later published as In the Name of the Father ...

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