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Agamemnon's Police Reports
Atreus vs. Thyestes
Case Description: Complainant (Atreus) accuses Defendant (Thyestes) of adultery and theft. Atreus accused his brother, Thyestes, of sleeping with his wife, Aerope, and stealing his sheep...
Menelaus vs. Paris
Case Description: Complainant (Menelaus) accuses Defendant (Paris) of adultery and theft. Pretty boy Paris took off with Menelaus' gorgeous wife, Helen, taking her back with him to Troy. Case...
Chryses vs. Agamemnon
Case Description: Complainant (Chryses) accuses Defendant (Agamemnon) of kidnapping. During the Trojan War, Agamemnon took Chryses' daughter as a love slave and refused to give her back....
Achilles vs. Agamemnon
Case Description: Complainant (Achilles) accuses Defendant (Agamemnon) of theft. When Agamemnon was forced to give up Chryses' daughter, he took Achilles' love slave, Briseis, to replace her. Achil...
Clytemnestra vs. Agamemnon
Case Description: Complainant (Clytemnestra) accuses Defendant (Agamemnon) of murder. Just before the Greeks were about to set sail from Aulis, Agamemnon shot a sacred deer of Artemis and/or bragge...
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