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Cúchulainn (Cúchulain)'s Police Reports
Estate of Conlaoch vs. Cúchulainn
Case Description: Defendant (Cúchulainn) is accused of voluntary manslaughter of his own son. After having only one child—the boy's mom was the warrior queen Aoife—Cúchulainn cast some sort o...
The Morrigan vs. Cúchulainn
Case Description: The complainant is goddess of war, the Morrigan. She accuses Cúchulainn, the defendant, of blasphemy. She got all dolled up to go flirt with him, but Cúchulainn wasn't having an...
Cúchulainn vs. Conall Cernach and Loegaire
Case Description: The complainant (Cúchulainn) accuses his fellow warriors of perjury. They failed to fulfill an oath made at a feast. To figure out which warrior amongst the Ulstermen had the mad...
Culain vs. Cúchulainn
Case Description: Culain the smith charges Cúchulainn with cruelty to animals. King Conchobar went to dinner at his friend Culain's house. His nephew, then called Setanta, didn't want to go eat ye...
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