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by Tel Currie,Mike Gray

  • Author: Tel Currie,Mike Gray
  • ISBN: 1906358591
  • ISBN13: 978-1906358594
  • ePub: 1436 kb | FB2: 1635 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Apex Publishing Ltd, Essex (February 6, 2009)
  • Pages: 160
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 788
  • Format: docx rtf mobi lit
Ronnie Biggs: The Inside Story ePub download

One thing's for sure, although Ronnie Biggs's body is letting him down after a series of strokes and other illnesses, his legal team, campaign supporters, underworld friends and devoted family certainly aren't.

One thing's for sure, although Ronnie Biggs's body is letting him down after a series of strokes and other illnesses, his legal team, campaign supporters, underworld friends and devoted family certainly aren't, and neither is his own fighting spirit or his humanity in the face of inhumanity. All he wants now is to be able to die a free man rather than suffer "a slow crucifixion on the Home Office cross", and once all the facts have been digested one can only be moved to ask: "How could anyone deny him that?"

Mike Gray: Mike Gray is the organiser of the ‘Free Ronnie Biggs’ . Tel Currie: Tel Currie was born in Perivale, West London, in 1972. His other published books are Bouncers written with Julian Davies and Heroes and Villains written with infamous lifer Charlie Bronson.

Mike Gray: Mike Gray is the organiser of the ‘Free Ronnie Biggs’ campaign. He was born in 1957 in Lambeth, London. He was an unbeaten amateur boxer from the age of eleven until he was twenty. He then worked in a gym and started teaching boxing.

Currie, Gray Tel, Mike (EN). Ronnie Biggs: The Inside Story, written by two of Ronnie Biggs's closest friends and most ardent supporters, delivers exactly what it says on the label, giving a very personal, unique and yet disturbing insight into the mind and subsequent treatment by the judicial and penal systems of the man that became a legendary household name for his role in one of. Britain's most notorious crimes, the Great Train Robbery of 1963, and his subsequent life on the run upon his escape from prison in 1965.

One thing’s for sure, although Ronnie Biggs’s body is letting him down after a series of strokes and other illnesses, his legal team, campaign supporters, underworld friends and devoted family certainly aren’t, and neither is his own fighting spirit or his humanity in the face of inhumanity

One thing’s for sure, although Ronnie Biggs’s body is letting him down after a series of strokes and other illnesses, his legal team, campaign supporters, underworld friends and devoted family certainly aren’t, and neither is his own fighting spirit or his humanity in the face of inhumanity. All he wants now is to be able to die a free man rather than suffer a slow crucifixion on the Home Office cross, and once all the facts have been digested one can only be moved to ask: How could anyone deny him that?

Mike Gray: Mike Gray is the organiser of the Free Ronnie Biggs campaign.

Mike Gray: Mike Gray is the organiser of the Free Ronnie Biggs campaign. He was also involved in setting up 'The Biggs Experience Limited' with Ronnie, Michael, and Bruce and Nick Reynolds. Mike is a regular prison visitor to Biggs and has been since his return to the UK in 2001. Very interesting and enjoyable book, never have i read abour Ronnie Biggs with a different spin on his life, this book is about the author (Mike Gray) who actually visited Biggs in UK prison EVERY MONTH for 8 Years ?

I always said I’ll only find out who my true friends are if I’m banged up back in England

I always said I’ll only find out who my true friends are if I’m banged up back in England. Along with my son Michael, Tel Currie, Roy Shaw and Mike Gray are my most regular visitors. They are true friends who stand by me through thick and thin. When Roy Shaw and myself went along with our pal Mike Gray to visit Ronnie Biggs in HMP Belmarsh back in 2002, we really didn’t know what to expect. I had not met the man before he returned to England and Roy hadn’t seen him since his 70th birthday bash in Brazil in 1999

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Ronnie Biggs: The Inside Story, written by two of Ronnie Biggs�s closest friends and most ardent supporters, delivers exactly what it says on the label, giving a very personal, unique and yet disturbing insight into the mind and subsequent treatment by the judicial and penal systems of the man that became a legendary household name for his role in one of Britain�s most notorious crimes, the Great Train Robbery of 1963, and his subsequent life on the run upon his escape from prison in 1965. Raising pointed questions and dispelling many myths, the story makes one wonder who is the greater criminal: the carpenter that played a bit part in an unarmed robbery 45 years ago, who has remained incarcerated since his return to the UK in 2001 despite the fact that he is now a frail, wheelchair-bound 79-year-old grandfather who is no threat to society, is fed via a tube to his stomach and can only communicate by pointing to letters on a laminated sheet; or the justice and prison systems that have allowed him to rot in jail for so long. One thing�s for sure, although Ronnie Biggs�s body is letting him down after a series of strokes and other illnesses, his legal team, campaign supporters, underworld friends and devoted family certainly aren�t, and neither is his own fighting spirit or his humanity in the face of inhumanity. All he wants now is to be able to die a free man rather than suffer �a slow crucifixion on the Home Office cross�, and once all the facts have been digested one can only be moved to ask: �How could anyone deny him that?�
Barit
It has no structure and consists of mainly name-dropping and bleating on about why an old man is still in a maximum security jail" I've lost count of the amount of times I've read something along the lines of "what's he going to do? run away ??"
I got to the stage where I couldn't read anymore of this drivel !!!
MrCat
If you don't know all the people he is talking about forget it, just a bunch of mumbo jumbo. Very disappointed
black coffe
How refreshing to read a book on Ronnie Biggs that did not focus on the Train Robbery and his years in Brazil, this book is about Biggs time in UK prisons from 2001 to his release in 2009, an absolutely detailed account of his time in Her Majesties prisons, this author really knows Biggs and Biggs has so much respect for the author, brilliant read.
Invissibale
A great insight into the world of the late Ronnie Biggs, whilst he was in prison. I really enjoyed reading this book.
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