Ought Mrs. Maybrick to be Tortured to Death? An Appeal From North America, and a Confession From South Africa
Crime, Chemistry, Pharmaceuticals, Expertise
Observes that the toxicological evidence of Charles M Tidy, in his capacity as 'one of the official analysts to the Home Office' and as a medical expert called on behalf of the defendant, casts serious doubt on Florence Maybrick's conviction for the murder of her husband by arsenic poisoning (394), and calls for the 'sentence to be revoked' (395).
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