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Zola pointed out judicial errors and lack of serious evidence. The letter was printed on the front page of the newspaper and caused a stir in France and abroad. Zola was prosecuted for libel and found guilty on 23 February To avoid imprisonment, he fled to England, returning home in June As a result of the popularity of the letter, even in the English-speaking world, J'accuse! Alfred Dreyfus was born in in the city of Mulhouse , which was then located in the province of Alsace in northeast France.

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Zola pointed out judicial errors and lack of serious evidence. The letter was printed on the front page of the newspaper and caused a stir in France and abroad. Zola was prosecuted for libel and found guilty on 23 February To avoid imprisonment, he fled to England, returning home in June As a result of the popularity of the letter, even in the English-speaking world, J'accuse! Alfred Dreyfus was born in in the city of Mulhouse , which was then located in the province of Alsace in northeast France.

Born into a prosperous Jewish family, [3] he left his native town for Paris in in response to the annexation of the province by Germany following the Franco-Prussian War. In , while an artillery captain for the General Staff of France, Dreyfus was suspected of providing secret military information to the German government.

A cleaning woman and French spy by the name of Madame Marie Bastian working at the German Embassy was at the source of the investigation. She routinely searched wastebaskets and mailboxes at the German Embassy for suspicious documents. Dreyfus was found guilty of treason in a secret military court-martial, during which he was denied the right to examine the evidence against him.

The Army stripped him of his rank in a humiliating ceremony and shipped him off to Devil's Island , a penal colony located off the coast of French Guiana in South America.

At this time, France was experiencing a period of anti-Semitism , and there were very few outside his family who defended Dreyfus. In , Dreyfus returned to France for a retrial, but although found guilty again, he was pardoned. Once the suit was filed, the Dreyfusards supporters of Dreyfus would have the opportunity to acquire and publicize the shaky evidence on which Dreyfus had been convicted.

In , the newspaper Liberation published a death-bed confession by a Parisian roofer that he had murdered Zola by blocking the chimney of his house.

Zola states: "He was the one who came up with the scheme of dictating the text of the bordereau to Dreyfus; he was the one who had the idea of observing him in a mirror-lined room. And he was the one whom Major Forzinetti caught carrying a shuttered lantern that he planned to throw open on the accused man while he slept, hoping that, jolted awake by the sudden flash of light, Dreyfus would blurt out his guilt.

Next, Zola points out that if the investigation of the traitor was to be done properly, the evidence would clearly show that the bordereau came from an infantry officer, not an artillery officer such as Dreyfus.

Zola argues Dreyfus's innocence can be readily inferred from the circumstances when he states: "These, Sir, are the facts that explain how this miscarriage of justice came about; The evidence of Dreyfus's character, his affluence, the lack of motive and his continued affirmation of innocence combine to show that he is the victim of the lurid imagination of Major du Paty de Clam, the religious circles surrounding him, and the 'dirty Jew' obsession that is the scourge of our time.

After more investigation, Zola points out that a man by the name of Major Esterhazy was the man who should have been convicted of this crime, and there was proof provided, but he could not be known as guilty unless the entire General Staff was guilty, so the War Office covered up for Esterhazy. At the end of his letter, Zola accuses General Billot of having held in his hands absolute proof of Dreyfus's innocence and covering it up. Belhomme, Varinard and Couard, of submitting false reports that were deceitful, unless a medical examination finds them to be suffering from a condition that impairs their eyesight and judgment.

Zola's final accusations were to the first court martial for violating the law by convicting Alfred Dreyfus on the basis of a document that was kept secret, and to the second court martial for committing the judicial crime of knowingly acquitting Major Esterhazy.

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