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 [Public disorder] Psggirl vs Fowey - Discharged (28/6/06)

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PostSubject: [Public disorder] Psggirl vs Fowey - Discharged (28/6/06)   Tue 4 Jul - 3:57

Bill of indictment wrote:
18-06-2006 13:20 : You have bought from Psggirl 2 bread loaves for 12,95 pounds.

First defence pleading wrote:
Je suis une française.
Pardonnez moi, je voulais mettre 7.95 mais ma roulette a du faire que c'est passé à 12écus.
Je peux racheter le pain et le remettre au même pris que je voulais mettre au depart, 7.95

je suis vraiment confuse :(

Prosecutor indictment wrote:
The defendant didn't present to the Court.

Last defence pleading wrote:
j'ai deja tout dit !
la justice, rendra son verdict

Mortaurat (called by the defence) wrote:
she has done an error, It was not her intention to put on salle this bread at 12 pounds.

she proposes to buy the bread at 12 pounds and sell it at 7.95 pounds like before.

Arogandor (called by the prosecutor) wrote:
I'm mayor of Fowey. We have currently no bread on the market.
And we also have a lot of new villagers who do not know the rules or the right prizes.

As m'lady Pssggirl is of a certain status, She should known better then prize the bread so high.

Sentence wrote:
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
This court finds Psggirl guilty in the case of Psggirl vs Fowey. For selling bread over the price cap. For punishment you will need to discuss with the mayor about having you buy 2 loafs of bread at 12,95.

Case judged by Nightbliss

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