While chasing the White Rabbit, Alice again met the White Knight.

"Hello again," bellowed the knight. "I've just witnessed the most marvelous trial at the courthouse. The Jabberwocky, the Caterpillar, and the Mad Hatter were all on trial. Exactly one of them was guilty, but I don't recall whom. They each accused exactly one of the other two - no one admitted his own guilt, but I don't recall what any of them said. Also, I don't recall how many of them lied."

Exasperated, Alice sighed, "Surely, you must remember more than that!"

"Well," said the White Knight, "I told the Queen of Hearts everything I've told you so far, but I also told her who each of the defendants accused. She was unable to determine the number of true statements the defendants made."

"Then," he continued, "I told the March Hare everything I've told you so far, but I also told him who the Jabberwocky and the Caterpillar each accused. The March Hare couldn't determine who the Mad Hatter accused."

The White Knight went on, "Finally, I met the Dormouse and told him everything I've told you so far, but I also told him who the Jabberwocky accused and the number of true statements made by the three defendants. After that, the Dormouse knew who was guilty."

Given that it is widely known that everyone in Wonderland is highly logical, who is guilty?