In the age of 27, George Kelly was convicted of the March 19, 1949, killing of Leonard Thomas, the supervisor of the Cameo Cinema in Liverpool, England. Due to the brutality of the notorious homicide, which comprised the departure of Thomas’assistant, John Catterall,almost 70,000 individuals were interviewed to find the defendants. With little signs, Kelly and Charles Connolly, an alleged coconspirator, were put on trial for the offense—which became the longest criminal trial in English history at the time. In the wake of the proceeding, Connolly spent 10 years in prison, while Kelly was hanged on March 28, 1950, for Thomas’ homicide. On June 10, 2003, more than 50 years after his execution, Kelly’s murder conviction was overturned, as it had been disclosed that evidence concerning another defendant were hidden through the initial investigation.