| Quote #1
"Oh, God!" said Fouquet, "thou dost sometimes bear with such injustice on earth that I understand why there are wretches who doubt thy existence! Stay, M. d'Herblay!" and Fouquet, taking his pen, wrote a few rapid lines to his colleague Lyonne. (6.183)
Fouquet tries his best to right any wrongs he can.
| Quote #2
"They are fond of these dodges," he said, with his mouth full; "they seize a man, some fine day, maintain him for ten years, and write to you, 'Watch this fellow well,' or 'Keep him very strictly.' And then, as soon as you are accustomed to look upon the prisoner as a dangerous man, all of a sudden, without cause or precedent, they write, 'Set him at liberty'; and add to their missive, 'Urgent.'" (7.85)
Baisemeaux points out that they live in an unjust society.
| Quote #3
"He was my friend, Sire," replied Fouquet, nobly.
The King has a poor sense of justice.