Date: 13 Sep 1988
Amrik Singh was stabbed through the heart in a brawl.
A 58-year-old priest was tried for his murder but acquitted. He said that Amrik Singh had fallen on his own blade.
The priest was from Banbury Avenue in Stratford-upon-Avon and was described as a religious fanatic.
The brawl was described as a battle between rival factions of a Sikh temple.
It was heard that the priest had been a member of the trust that ran the temple but that there had been a dispute with another faction that wanted control.
The priest said that he was confronted by four men and that Amrik Singh fell on his own blade during the struggle.
see Sandwell Evening Mail - Friday 06 October 1989