History repeats itself:Two double murders, two innocent men, one guilty justice system.

The Case of the Missing Bloodstain book

The Case of The Missing Bloodstain

The Crewe Murders, 1970

An innocent man, Arthur Allan Thomas, was charged with two murders in 1970. He was convicted and imprisoned for life.

For ten years the justice system fought to keep kept him in gaol for one principal reason - to save face. He was finally released after a book caused the government itself to act. But when a Royal Commission found that a policeman had planted evidence against him, the justice system did nothing. The Case of the Missing Bloodstain shows why.

Not just a crime book but a murder mystery more devious than Agatha Christie herself would ever have imagined, an astonishing story that’s been hiding for forty years – the true case against both the cop and the real killer.

'One of the finest forensic books on trials in this country ever written and I congratulate Keith Hunter on producing such a great book.’ Peter Williams QC: Media 7,TVNZ 7, 19 April 2012. (see Introduction and Reviews page for video))

I put everything else aside and read the whole book.) I think it’s just wonderful. It puts all I’ve read about the case into the shade. Your research is superb.’ Stuart Macfarlane, retd legal publisher, Author: The Erebus Papers. 19 April 2012,

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