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1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

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The inmate says Bridger admitted washing the clothes he was wearing when he killed April and cleaning her blood from the inside of his Land Rover and the front bumper.
The prisoner added that Bridger admitted washing the clothes he was wearing when he killed April and cleaning her blood from the inside of his car and the front bumper of his Land Rover.
In the book Paul describes how the evidence began to stack up against Bridger.
Sentencing Bridger in May, Mr Justice Griffith Williams said: "There is no doubt in my mind that you are a paedophile, who has for some time harboured sexual and morbid fantasies about young girls.
Bridger was handed a rare whole-life tariff when he was sentenced for the murder and abduction of April.
Jonathan Sharp, prosecuting, said: "He said that Bridger's crime had been discussed, and he claimed people had suggested that if Bridger was attacked, rather than say befriended, Bridger would then be more likely to reveal where April Jones's body was.
Bridger kidnapped April before sexually abusing her, murdering her and then disposing of her body last October.
Jones' Mark Bridger is still a young man and in his case life will mean life.
Bridger, who it is believed modelled himself on Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman's killer, will be forced to spend the full life sentence handed down in Mold Crown Court last week for up to 23 hours a day alone in his cell.
Bridger, a former slaughterhouse worker, was given a whole life sentence by trial judge Mr Justice Griffith Williams after he was convicted by a jury at Mold Crown Court of April's abduction and murder and perverting the course of justice by unlawfully disposing of, destroying or concealing her body.
The Joneses have done no wrong, although Coral, as any loving mum would, torments herself about letting April out to play on her bike before Bridger took her.