The team investigate when the family of Richard Dunne, one of the last men to be hanged in Britain, say he was the victim of a miscarriage of justice due to police corruption.


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The team reopens the case of the murder of a young wages clerk at Battersea Power Station in the 1950s after the daughter of the man hanged for the crime starts a campaign to have him posthumously pardoned. When an aristocrat who was the key witness retracts his statement and a suitcase of cash is found in the alleged culprit's attic, the team suspects there was a blackmail plot involved and questions the validity of the original case. Written by Anonymous

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The pose that the three police officers strike at the end mimics those of the Three Wise Monkeys. Brian half covers his eyes, showing that he is the monkey who saw no evil, Gerry covers his ears, showing that he is the monkey who heard no evil, and Jack covers his mouth, showing that he is the monkey who spoke no evil. See more »


[first lines]
Police Officer: [to Brian, who is breathing heavily at the foot of a ladder] Go on. You can do it. Sir.
Det. Supt. Sandra Pullman: When the builders found this, they called the local police who threw it up to us when they realized it was relevant to an old murder case.
Jack Halford: How long was the trap door secured?
Det. Supt. Sandra Pullman: Ah, the builders reckon the false ceiling was put in sometime in the fifties.
Gerry Standing: And any time after that it would have been Artexed over.
Brian Lane: [half-way into the attic] Oh, bloody hell, I can't do this. Confined space. Doctor's ...
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