Any slight deviation from the Catholic Catechism was sufficient to interrogate and execute the so-called "heretics". Under Mary's rule, lovely young Dawn Smith, a bonded servant, had been accused of avoiding confession and communion by anonymous, jealous voices. A beautiful young woman with no one to speak up for her, the local magistrate had wasted no time in issuing the order of arrest on the charge of heresy. It was also his job to conduct the interrogation. A coarse burlap bag was pulled over her head and she was dragged, struggling, to the city Keep where he was waiting.