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Case File: Menelaus vs. Paris

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Case Description: Complainant (Menelaus) accuses Defendant (Paris) of adultery and theft. Pretty boy Paris took off with Menelaus’ gorgeous wife, Helen, taking her back with him to Troy.

Case Status: Case closed. Menelaus called up his brother Agamemnon, who led a gigantic army of Greeks against the city of Troy. Ten years and a ton of bloody battles later, Troy was in ruins.

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