It was, by any measure, a sensational court case: a prominent solicitor suing a Catholic priest for damages after the cleric had allegedly stalked, hypnotised, and slept with the man’s wife. The case was heard before the President of the High Court over several days in May 1943 and provided much copy for the journalist who worked as a stringer for the London-based ...
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