The creator of Sherlock Holmes helped two wrongly accused men in real life

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

British novelist, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created the famous detective story Sherlock Holmes. In real life Doyle had corrected two injustice, closed cases: in 1906, Doyle helped an Anglo-Indian lawyer out of prison, who was charged for sending threatening letters and mutilating animals but the animals were still be mutilated after he was jailed; in 1908, Doyle helped a German Jew who was convicted beating an 82-year-old woman after he found some inconsistencies in the indictment.

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