Alan Turing, Who Cracked War Code, Receives Posthumous Pardon

British mathematician Alan Turing, who cracked the Nazi code during World War II, has been pardoned posthumously. He committed suicide in 1954 after being convicted of "gross indecency" with another man. David Greene talks to Iain Stewart, a member of Parliament, who led the push to get Turing pardoned.

Nazi Code Cracker Turing Receives Posthumous Pardon

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