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 [Fraud] Lycius vs Cornwall - Discharged (11/5/06)

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PostSubject: [Fraud] Lycius vs Cornwall - Discharged (11/5/06)   Fri 12 May - 3:13

Bill of indictment wrote:
Lycius has committed not one, but two counts of fraud.

He sells bread on the market of Dartmouth for 12,95.

As mayor he sells bread in the town hall taver for 30,00.

Proof can be seen in the following images:

He has clearly broken the law on profiteering which states that bread cannot be sold at the price of 9,50 or higher. Lycius is guilty of many crimes against England. He deserves to be dealt the maximum fine.

First defence pleading wrote:
Vive moi .

Prosecutor indictment wrote:
The defendent has already been sentenced to death for his other crimes. I do not think there is much more we can do to him.

Last defence pleading wrote:
The defendant didn't present to the Court.

Sentence wrote:
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
The defendant has already been condemned for his crime.
Furthermore, he's now dead.
May he rest in peace.

Case judged by Lady Vaness

"An idea not coupled with action will never get any bigger than the brain cell it occupied."
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