W. Leigh Taylor writes a letter to Archibald Aiken criticizing his actions in civil rights demonstrations

As Archibald N. Aiken continues to try the cases from the 1963 civil rights arrests and to hand down fairly harsh sentences, W. Leigh Taylor, an executive of a large textile manufacturer based in Danville, writes a letter to Aiken criticizing his judgment. Aiken cites him for contempt and sentences him to ten days in jail.