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Case File: Hapi vs. The People of Egypt

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Case Description: The people of Egypt accuse Hapi of negligence. He wasn't paying attention and let the Nile rise too far above its banks. As a result, it flooded too much and several people and cattle were washed away.

Case Status: Dismissed. Hapi introduced mega heat-lamps to the Egyptians and they dried up their crops. He also rescued their lost people and cows.

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