'He's a lovely man': Charles Bronson's friends and new wife march for release of UK's 'most violent prisoner'

And so they set off, from the pub to the Ministry of Justice, a select band of 11 protesters marching for a really special guy: loveable, peaceable OAP Charles Bronson.

On the day of Charlie’s 65th birthday, the Magnificent Eleven marched with a 21,712-signature petition in their hands, and hope in their hearts.  

Hope that the man so unfairly branded ‘Britain’s most violent prisoner’, so “cruelly” condemned to spend nearly 40 years in solitary confinement, might one day be free.

Free to keep a couple of llamas and a few other animals in the grounds of

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