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Case File: The Trojan War

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Accused of treason for shooting plague-infected arrows into the Greek camps, and for aiding in the murder of the Greek hero Achilles. He guided Paris's arrow into Achilles' heel, the only place on Achilles' body vulnerable to harm.

Case Status: Dismissed. The Trojan War is over, and the gods want to forget all about it.

Full details filed away in the epic poem The Iliad.

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