Judith Theresa Ward is a British woman known for being a victim of unsafe convictions in 1974 for the bombing of Euston Station in 1973, and of the National Defence College and M62 coach bombings in 1974. Her conviction was quashed and she was released from prison on 11 May 1992. She had confessed due to a mental illness that led her to attention seeking behaviour and the making of false confessions. She spent 18 years in prison and eventually wrote a book about her conviction.
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