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Case File: Cassandra vs. Clytemnestra

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Case Description: Complainant (Cassandra) accuses Defendant (Clytemnestra) of murder. Not long after Cassandra arrived in Agamemnon's palace, they were both brutally murdered by his wife, Clytemnestra.

Case Status: Case dismissed. Clytemnestra was eventually killed by her own son, Orestes, as revenge for killing his father.

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