In Liverpool on JUNE 30th, 1962, three Irish men started arguing. The first, 18-year-old Albert Quigley, hit the second, Patrick Greene, over the head with a stone and he fell into a culvert unconscious. The third man then joined Quigley in going through Greenes pockets, taking a few items before running off.
Greenes body was found two days later, and a post-mortem revealed he had drowned. Quigley and the third man were brought to Mold Assizes, where the case against the third man was withdrawn through lack of evidence. Quigley was found guilty of murder, sentenced to life imprisonment and released 11 years later.