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Case File: The Birth of Artemis and Apollo

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Case Description: Complainant (Leto) accuses defendant (Hera) of the attempted murder of her children, Artemis and Apollo. After Leto was impregnated by Zeus, Hera made it so that Leto couldn't give birth on sea or land.

Case Status: Case dismissed since the children were born alive and well. Leto eventually found the floating island of Delos, and gave birth to the twins, Artemis and Apollo.

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