By John Lyes
Issue 30, Summer 2016 pp 16-20
“John Lyes considers the career of an overlooked Bristol lawyer and finds him to have been a feisty and prolific criminal justice campaigner. Walker was also a regular writer of letters to the local press”. Walker protested injustices wherever he could, whether they happened to him or others he saw it as his duty to try and make changes to the system.
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