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Case File: The Murder of Argus

Police Reports

Wanted for the murder of the 100-eyed giant, Argus. Argus had been ordered by Hera to guard Io, Zeus's lover. Hermes lulled the giant to sleep with his music, chopped off his head, and then released Io.

Case Status: Pending. No one wants to investigate further, as it was Lord Zeus who ordered the murder.

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