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 [Betrayal] Wiltshire vs. Wulfric- Guilty

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PostSubject: Re: [Betrayal] Wiltshire vs. Wulfric- Guilty   Thu 9 Nov - 12:06

Lawsuit between Wulfric and Wiltshire

Wulfric was charged with commission of betrayal.

The sentence has been passed
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been proved guilty of betrayal.
For those who would defy the king there is only one punishment.

For those who wish death to the king and to the monarchy, these words shall come back upon their own heads.

For your terrible crimes against the people of Salisbury and for your statements against his majesty the king, I sentence you to death by the executioner's axe. Off with his head!

May God have mercy on your soul.
The defendant has been sentenced to death penalty. His execution will take place in 3 days.

Bill of indictment
The defendant is charged with violation of Wiltshire Law 004 - Betrayal, Section 001 - Treason

We charge that the defendant, Wulfric, ex-Mayor of Salisbury, has committed an act of treason against the citizens of Salisbury and against the King. As per the law:
Whosoever shall deliberately obtain a political or ecclesiastical position to steal, sabotage, or otherwise commit treasonous acts against the King and/or the people of Wiltshire, shall respond for the charge of Treason, and be tried by a competent tribunal. Whosoever shall raise an army against the King shall be guilty of treason.
If found guilty, the accused shall face imprisonment. In cases of high treason the accused will be publicly executed.

When Wulfric placed all items in the Town Hall for sale of 1 pound each, he boasted in the forums that the act was part of his plan, one that he worked on for some time. He gained the trust of many people, several who had been put off by him previously. He also exclaimed "Death to the monarchy! Death to the King". This evidence is viewable at http://www.acilion.com/englishforum/viewtopic.php?p=339357#339357. Further evidence of his duplicitousness is viewable at http://www.acilion.com/englishforum/viewtopic.php?p=340891#340891

For these actions, we ask the court to consider High Treason against Wulfric. This action steals money and goods from all the citzens of Salisbury, placing the town at a financial disadvantage. The action of asking for death to the monarchy is always a treasonous act. He should be tried to the fullest extent of the law, which is public execution.

First defence pleading
I recognise no rightful King in this country, where is he? I also give no recognition to this court and it's right to judge me. Do as you will, the Wolves of Sherwood will merely grow stronger while you bicker and fight amongst yourselves as to what course of action to take.

Prosecutor indictment
Your Honor,
The defendant is clearly showing contempt for this court. As a citizen of Wiltshire county and having been elected Mayor of Salisbury, he is bound by the laws of our county, whether or not it suits him.

As for the King, I would point out to the defendant, and this court, that the King indicated to all the counties of England that he would be away and for a Regent to rule in his stead. This Regent would hold the same status as the King while he was away. This evidence of his approval can be found at http://www.acilion.com/englishforum/viewtopic.php?p=159597#159597. Furthermore, Parliment discussed at great length the Regent and his powers. All of that discussion is available in the House of Parliment forum.

His decree of "Death to the Monarchy" and "Death to the King" is Treasonous and should be considered High Treason. Furthermore, his admission of being in the Wolves of Sherwood and the Regent's decree that all are criminals places his actions even more into the realm of High Treason.

We ask for the defendant to be executed for High Treason and to show all who would follow his example of being an outlaw and disregarding all laws that it will not be tolerated.

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