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Home Mythology Anubis Police Reports Department of Weights and Measures: Scale Fraud

Case File: Department of Weights and Measures: Scale Fraud

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Case Description: A Department of Weights and Measures clerk arrived to test the scales Anubis uses in the weighing of the heart. The clerk discovered that the last official sticker expired 4,000 years ago.

Case Status: Anubis has been ordered to pay a fine of 4 million deben: 1,000 deben for every year the scales weren't examined. Additionally, there is a possibility that people whose hearts were weighed incorrectly may enter a class-action lawsuit to get their hearts back. That is, if Ammit's willing to spit them out…

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