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jailbreak

noun break, breakout by inmates, escape by inmates, flight by inmates, forcible escape by inmates, planned escape by inmates, prison break, revolt
Associated concepts: overcrowding
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Some 250 prisoners imprisoned in heinous crimes were escaped in the DI Khan jail break.
He added that the jail break has caused disappointment to the people.
Matter fact bake me a birthday cake, with a sawblade in it to make my jail break '
Warder Hayley, who got her jail break after replying to an advert, was back home in an Ayrshire village for a brief break with her husband, Robert, 34, and their daughter, Jodie, four, last week.
The town has also witnessed a number of attacks and was the scene of a massive jail break in April 2012 during which 384 prisoners escaped from the Bannu central prison.
The Criminal Investigation and Detection Group had recommended Jupakkal's suspension to pave way for an impartial investigation into the jail break.
A FORMER prisoner and an armed robber were yesterday awarded damages over alleged attacks by warders in an unsuccessful jail break.
LAHORE -- Four notorious outlaws who had escaped after jail break from Sheikhupura last year were killed in a police encounter here in the Manawaan area during early hours of Friday.
Residents demanded a siren system after 14 inmates escaped the maximum-security North Facility last year in the county's largest-ever jail break.
The Jail Break starts from the George and Dragon pub in the village and challenges "convicts" handcuffed in pairs to get back to the pub from a mystery location without using money or their mobile phones.
Ghauri also took exception to the KPK government's inability to arrest the culprits behind jail break in Dera Ismail Khan and said timely arrest and punishment could had deterred the perpetrators responsible for Peshawar Tragedy.
40PM Desperate housewife Goldie Hawn aids William Atherton's jail break in a colourful road movie directed with a keen eye by the tyro Steven Spielberg.