Alfred Bradley 1952

Convicted at his second trial for the murder of George Camp, the first trial being stopped after Bradley, from Macclesfield, threw a bible in Court at the Judge, who thought a fair trial was impossible after that. His re-trial was the following week, and he was found guilty of the murder at Wythenshaw
George Camp was found battered to death in his hut on August 12th 1951, the murder weapon apparently being a 48 pound plank.
Hanged by Albert Pierrepoint on January 15th at Strangeways.