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Case File: Diplomatic Immunity

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Case description: Some Persian ambassadors entered Egypt intending to assassinate the pharaoh. Mut ordered them to be captured and searched.

Case status: The Persians claimed diplomatic immunity, saying that since they weren't Egyptians, they were not subject to Egyptian laws. Mut permitted them to leave the country but banned them from ever returning.

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