Richard Hunne was murdered before he could stand trial for heresy

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The Scene of the Crime: The Man in the Silken Noose. When Richard Hunne challenged the authority of the church in the 16th century he was imprisoned at Lollards' Tower. One morning he was found assaulted and strangled in his cell; soon after his dead body was tried for heresy and found guilty. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 620 (1 December 1973).

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