Date: 15 Jan 1910
Place: Leeds Coliseum, Leeds
Albert Hudson died after being kicked in the back at a Suffragists disturbance outside the Leeds Coliseum.
He was kicked at the disturbance on 10 August 1909 but didnt die until 15 January 1910.
He was a constable in the Leeds Police Force.
The coroners jury found that death was due to exhaustion following an injury to the spine inflicted by some person or persons unknown.
The disturbance was on the occasion of the visit of Sir Edward Grey to Leeds.
The Chief Constable appeared on behalf of the police and complained of the hooliganism in the city.
see Framlingham Weekly News - Saturday 15 January 1910
see Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Saturday 15 January 1910
see Nottingham Evening Post - Wednesday 05 January 1910
see Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Wednesday 05 January 1910