Robert King was jailed in 2007 after being convicted for indecent assaults on five choir boys during the 1980s and 1990s.
He was sentenced to three years and nine months. Now he is back at the head of the King’s Consort. His group is performing in a series of Music in Country Churches, a charity headed by Prince Charles. The Mail has typically hit the outrage button.
Without prejudging, or rejudging, this particular case, could there be an argument to be made for rehabilitation?