Unionist MP Frank Millar lends his support to protesters blocking the Crumlin Road, Belfast, N Ireland between the courthouse and the prison opposite. The protesters were highlighting the plight of Frank Newell who on appeal had his sentence doubled to 8 years. He maintains his innocence of the armed robbery for which he was convicted. 12th June 1975. Frank Newell was eventually cleared after 40 years in June 2014. 197506120498a.
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