Tribunal Hearings: Bowden

one of the most significant things I would like to say is that I did nothing with the thought of having to say anything about it afterwards

 File Author Date Document Type
Click to open Tribunal of Enquiry, K Bowden 28th May 1968 Testimony

Dr Bowden’s appearance to give testimony before the Tribunal of Enquiry into the events of 7th May (pp. 182-212 of transcripts) is a key section of the transcripts; some searching questions are put to the chemist who was perhaps facing the heaviest criticism at the time, for what some perceived at the time as over-zealous attempts at crowd control before, during and after Dr Inch’s disrupted lecture to the student Chemical Society at Wivenhoe House; Bowden finishes by stating that he had received intimidating telephone calls prior to appearing before the Tribunal, and that he was facing concerted efforts to discredit his testimony

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