CONAN DOYLE FOR THE DEFENSE
The account of a thrilling true crime procedural. In 1908, the police chose German Jewish cardsharp Oscar Slater as the handy suspect they could charge with the murder of an elderly Glasgow woman. Angered by the injustice, the famous creator of Sherlock Holmes spent nearly two decades examining the evidence and finally won Slater's freedom. Photos.
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