Richard Aston: Enough Evidence?

This innocent-looking piece of paper is on display at the Museum of London and is an informer’s report used against an early Protestant. Dated Passion Sunday, 1557, it reports to the authorities the actions of one Richard Aston of Smithfield. He was observed preparing pork for consumption during Lent. He may have simply hankered after some pork, but more likely he and his household were making a declaration of faith. Contrary to the teachings of the Roman Church, then in power, salvation comes by faith in Christ, not eating this or avoiding that. Whether Aston was arrested for his offence, we know not.

For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. -Romans 14:17

I wonder: if a hostile informer came to my house, would there be sufficient evidence to report?