While walking through Wonderland, Alice met the White Knight, who was on his way back from the courthouse.

"I have just witnessed a wonderful trial," announced the White Knight. He explained, "the defendants were the Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit, and the March Hare. Exactly one of them was guilty, but I don't recall which. At the trial, the Cheshire Cat announced himself to be guilty. The White Rabbit and the March Hare each accused exactly one of the three as well, but I don't recall what they said. I also don't recall how many of the three made true statements."

Alice exclaimed, "Can't you give me any more details than that?"

The White Knight replied, "Well, I told Tweedle Dee everything I've told you so far, but I was also able to tell him who the White Rabbit and the March Hare accused. Tweedle Dee was then able to tell me how many of the three statements were true."

The White Knight continued, "Then I came across Tweedle Dum and told him everything I've told you so far, but I also told him that the guilty party told the truth and who the White Rabbit accused. Tweedle Dum still didn't know who was guilty."

It is a well-known fact that both Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum are highly logical. Who did the March Hare accuse at the trial?

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