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Odysseus (Ulysses)

Odysseus (Ulysses)

Home Mythology Odysseus (Ulysses) Police Reports The Families of the Suitors vs. Odysseus

Case File: The Families of the Suitors vs. Odysseus

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Case Description: Complainants (the Families of the Suitors) accuse Defendant (Odysseus) of murder. When Odysseus finally got home to Ithaca, there were tons of suitors hanging out in his palace, pressuring his wife, Penelope, to marry them. Odysseus entered in disguise and ended up killing every one of them.

Case Status: Case closed. When the families of the suitors tried to take revenge for this, Athena came down and made everybody chill out.

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