Trial Three?

[ London Courthouse Exterior, Unknown, University of Western Ontario Archives RC40042 ]

Immediately after the end of the second trial it appeared as if a third trial might take place. In the spring of 1881, the Feeheley brothers, James and William, were implicated in the deaths of the Donnellys. Newspapers printed confessions from the Feeheleys who claimed that they could connect James Carroll as well as others to the Donnelly murders. Crown Attorney Charles Hutchinson arranged to have the Feeheleys extradited from the United States (where supposedly they were in hiding).

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