Long time ago an old man told us a story, but I couldn't remember it very well—so I'm just wondering what was the exact story he told us.
It was about a court process where somebody was judged. And another man, woke up in the night, took his horse and rushed to the court building where the process was going.
Somehow... because the Big Ben tower rang 13 times that midnight, the man that was judged was saved. I'm not sure what was the role of the horseman... but I just remember him as part of the story.
What was this story and which is its source?
I tried looking on the internet and I found this, asking a similar question (however, I don't remember the old man mentioning the rifle...):