This episode presents a courtroom melodrama about an English parliamentarian's fight for his political life. Adam Hilderson is a brilliant politician but is passed over for ministerial posts. His wife Helen thinks there must be an unsavory incident in his past. Their friend, publisher Philip Maybrick, learns from a sailor Lembke that after their ship was torpedoed, Hilderson fought for a space on a lifeboat but a woman, Lembke's wife, was killed. Maybrick proposes an infallible libel scheme, which would result in big money for both. Hilderson learns his wife is colluding with Maybrick and will divorce him to marry Maybrick. At the libel trial, Hilderson exposes the collusion and presents evidence he was not aboard the torpedoed ship, clearing his name.
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