The Guardian, October 12 1980
Frank Fraser is a thorn in the Prison Department's side - a thorn so big that he is possibly the only British criminal who has become a legend simply by serving time.
The Guardian, October 18 1982
In the Isle of Wight's top security prison, Albany, Frank Marritt, aged 43, has started his 18th year in prison on a life sentence for murder.
The Guardian, February 2 1993
Harry Roberts was once the most famous man in Britain. It was the summer of 1966: England had just beaten Germany in the World Cup; Harold Wilson was talking to the TUC about a wage freeze; Francis Chichester was getting ready to sail round the world; and at 3.15 on a Friday afternoon, on a street in Shepherd's Bush, three London policemen were shot down dead in the sun.