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executedtoday.com home cards about 1678: edward colman, popish plot victim add comment december 3rd, 2016 01:16pm headsman on this date in 1678, catholic courtier edward col(e)man was hanged, drawn and quartered at tyburn — the second victim of titus oates’s “popish plot” concotion. colman was a catholic convert whose zeal for the old faith led him into a variety of treacherous intrigues with the french court — although colman’s eager and fruitless offices more annoyed than profited his allies. his behavior was sufficiently indiscreet that fabulist titus oates had colman queued up by name* as a catholic plotter in the first round of 1678 catholic terrorism allegations that would roil the realm for the next three years. that indiscretion was very real, however, and extended to a careless presumption of his own safety. he seems to have been tipped to his danger by the judge who first took oates’s evidence, a friend named sir edmund godfrey, but he failed to use this advance intelligence to destroy his own correspondence. godfrey in his own turn went on to a starring role in the popish plot debacle when he turned up murdered in october of 1678, a crime whose immediate attribution to the catholic conspiracy that oates had unfolded for him sent england clear round the bend.** colman’s case had already begun and half-fizzled by that point but with the apparent assassination of the judge a cry for his own blood now shook parliament — “colman’s letters!” alluding to that correspondence he surely wished he had burned: its volumes unfolded intelligence leaks, offers to exert french influence in the government even so far as dissolving parliament, and applications for king louis’s gold. there are some incriminating examples in the trial transcript that, lord chief justice william scroggs charged, show “that your design was to bring in popery into england, and to promote the interest of the french king in this place, for which you hoped to have a pension.” while oates was a legendary perjurer and his fables destined to take the lives of 20-odd innocent souls in the months to come, the fact was that colman really was caught out. his scheming ought not have merited such spectacular punishment under less extraordinary circumstances, but the things colman really did do made it easy for oates to position him as a paymaster in the fictitious regicidal conspiracy. “mr. colman, your own papers are enough to condemn you,” scroggs said when his prisoner asserted innocence. nor could he protect himself with position. (men even higher than colman would succumb to the panic in time.) as detestably elevated as colman looked to the average commoner, he was not himself a lord and was already (pre-oates) regarded by king charles ii and many members of the court as a loose cannon. everything pointed to sacrificing him … and they did. but as events would prove, the popular rage was not quenched on colman’s bones alone. the always-recommended bbc in our time podcast covers the popish plot in its may 12, 2016 episode. * by name — not by face: oates would be embarrassed at colman’s eventual trial by the prisoner pointing out that oates, who now claimed to have been personally paid out by colman for various seditious errands, had utterly failed to recognize his “conspirator” when oates appeared before the privy council to lay his charges in september. ** godfrey’s murder has never been satisfactorily explained. there’s a good chance that it was a wholly unrelated affair with amazing bad timing; the revenge of the truculent earl of pembroke, whom godfrey had prosecuted for murder a few months previous, is one leading possibility. on this day..1948: sam shockley and miran thompson, for the battle of alcatraz - 20151556: beatrice, a servant - 2014themed set: filicide - 20141864: bill sketoe, hole haunt - 2013an unspecified monday: fagin - 20121920: tom johnson and jim mcdonald, criminal assailants - 20111849: anna koch of appenzell - 20101876: the samurai leaders of the hagi and akizuki rebellions - 20091990: pastor hossein soodmand, apostate - 20081952: rudolf slansky and 10 "conspirators" - 2007 possibly related executions: 1586: anthony babington and fellow plotters, walsingham’d 1585: william parry, vile and base 1539: richard whiting, the last abbot of glastonbury 1679: st. john kemble, 80-year-old priest 1606: henry garnet, gunpowder plot confessor entry filed under: 17th century,capital punishment,death penalty,drawn and quartered,england,execution,gruesome methods,history,notable for 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