From Myra Hindley to Raoul Moat, these are 15 of the most infamous prisoners who have spent time in Durham Prison.
5. Ronald "Ronnie" Kray
The Kray twins, aka criminals and gangsters Ronald 'Ronnie' Kray (1933 – 1995) and Reginald 'Reggie' Kray (1933 – 2000), wearing boxer uniform, London, UK, circa 1952. Ronald Kray was sent to the prison’s high security E Wing following his life conviction in March 1969 for murdering George Cornell.
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6. Raoul Moat
Raoul Moat, from Newcastle upon Tyne went on the run after shooting three people in two days. He was caught after a major police operation in July 2010 in Tyne and Wear and Northumberland areas. Before this Moat served an 18-week sentence in Durham Prison for assaulting a nine-year-old child.
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7. Eddie Richardson
Eddie Richardson was one of the main players in the Richardson gang - an English crime gang based in South London, England, in the 1960s.
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8. John Thomas Straffen
John Thomas Straffen was an English serial killer who was the longest-serving prisoner in British legal history.
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