In 2011, a group of men from the Isle of Wight was given a combined 104-year prison sentence for masterminding a £53m drug smuggling operation. Does new evidence suggest they were innocent?

"It's like living in a ridiculous police drama," Sue Beere says.

Her husband Jonathan Beere is serving 24 years in a high-security prison in the Midlands, convicted of organising a complex operation to smuggle a quarter of a tonne of cocaine into the UK.

She vividly remembers the day police came to arrest him in January 2011: "They literally came through the door in the morning... a troop of men."

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