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Creon's Police Reports
Creon Commends Oedipus
Case Description: Creon was seriously sweating it before Oedipus came along. See, Creon had been left in charge of Thebes, while his brother-in-law, King Laius, went on a walk-about. Just about tha...
The People of Thebes vs. Oedipus
Case Description: Complainant (the People of Thebes) accuse Defendant (King Oedipus) of murder and incest. When Thebes was infested by a terrible plague, King Oedipus sent his brother-in-law, Creon...
Creon vs. Theseus
Case Description: Complainant (Theseus) accuses Defendant (Creon) of attempted kidnapping. An oracle claimed that wherever the body of Oedipus was buried would be blessed. When Creon tried to convi...
Creon vs. Antigone
Case Description: Complainant (Creon) accuses Defendant (Antigone) of treason. After Eteocles and Polyneices killed each other in their war over Thebes, Creon declared that Eteocles' body would be...
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