CHARLES Bronson has accused jail bosses of “making an example” of him after ruling he must remain in a maximum security prison.
The notorious lag, who is coming up for parole, had hoped to be moved to a softer jail.
But a review said he should stay as a Category A prisoner and will remain at HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes, Bucks.
Bronson, who has served more than 44 years behind bars, claimed he’s been on his “best behaviour” and had not been in trouble for more than six years.
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