The rector of Stiffkey's trial in 1932 created a sensation that still reverberates 70 years later.
This champion of the poor and outcast found himself accused of immorality as he reached retirement and spent his remaining years working to repeal the antiquated laws under which he had been tried.
This is his story.
"...this case will leave an indelible stain upon the fair name of Justice in this country and will reflect everlasting discredit upon those responsible for such a prosecution."
RF Levy (defense counsel to Stiffkey)