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An unnamed stereoscope-obsessed young man was Juror 3 in the trial of Gina Lestrade for the murder of Pop Windibank and assault of Herlock Sholmes.

Lestrade's trial[]

Main article: The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story

As part of Lestrade's jury for her trial.

When Barok van Zieks presented a photo taken by the pawn shop's surveillance camera showing Lestrade pointing a gun at a shocked Windibank, Juror 3 was convinced with the rest of the jury to vote Lestrade guilty, as he felt the picture was clear.

During defense attorney Ryunosuke Naruhodo's closing argument, Juror 3 angrily interjected when Juror 5 stated that she thought stereoscopes are useless, instead claiming that he believed that they were the future. Juror 3 said that a stereoscope can be used to find differences between two photographs and was delighted to be able to teach the court about stereoscopy. Naruhodo subsequently used stereoscopy to view photos taken at 1:00 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. of the pawn shop counter, which revealed that some objects had been moved, thereby proving that Ringo and Nash Skulkin had tampered with items in the shop. This new evidence caused Jurors 3, 4, and 5 to vote not guilty, allowing the trial to resume.


Juror 3 is obsessed with stereoscopes, becoming angry when Juror 5 insulted them. However, this obsession proved invaluable to Naruhodo, as it allowed him to easily compare two photographs.