DNA tests clear doctor in sensational murder case- 100 years too late

Vancouver Sun Canada
The publication of a U.S. study that demolishes the key piece of evidence in one of history’s most sensational crime sagas — the 1910 conviction and execution of London doctor Hawley Crippen for killing and dismembering his wife — is likely to prompt renewed calls for a posthumous pardon in a case highlighted by a dramatic, transatlantic chase ending in Canada.