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 [Fraud] Colt vs Sussex - Guilty

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Registration date : 2005-11-12

PostSubject: [Fraud] Colt vs Sussex - Guilty   Wed 9 Aug - 11:20

Bill of indictment wrote:
You are being charged with Profiteering as you sold a bag of corn for 5.00 which is more than the maximum price the law allows in Sussex.


First defence pleading wrote:
Should be some kind of mistaque. I never sold anything to anyone and I'm still on level 0. It's possible to sell goods in level 0?

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

Last defence pleading wrote:
In fact, after my first defence pleading I was looking at my events and notice that I really sold a bag of corn for 5.00.
I was sincere when I said that didn't know that was possible to sell anything, being me at level 0.

Sentence wrote:
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of fraud.
Sounds like it was a mistake. Fine is to offset the illegal profit.

Do not show up in my court again or there will be a repeat penalty added to the fine.
The defendant has been sentenced to 1.4 pound fine.

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