In November 1980, two men, Mackenny and Pinfold, were convicted at the Old Bailey on several counts of murder which were of a particularly callous and brutal nature. They were sentenced to life imprisonment. In the preceding December (1979) another man, Childs, had pleaded guilty to all the murders with which Mackenny and Pinfold had been charged, and which he alleged had been carried out with them together. He turned Queen's evidence, and it was his testimony that was crucial and central to the Prosecution's case against Mackenny and Pinfold.
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