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Case File: Danu vs. Manannán mac Lir

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Case Description: Danu, chief goddess of the Tuatha de Danaan, accuses Manannán mac Lir of identity theft. When Manannán was out and about on the Isle of Man, he impersonated a clown and pretended to be a terrible minstrel, rather than the skilled musician he actually is.

Case Status: Dismissed. The local authorities had fun with Manannán mac Lir playing bad music, so they didn't press further charges.

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