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Case File: Odysseus vs. Ajax

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Case Description: Complainant (Ajax) accuse Defendant (Odysseus) of coercion. After Achilles was killed, his mother, Thetis, said that his magnificent armor should be awarded to the greatest Greek warrior. Ajax and Odysseus both nominated themselves, and when Odysseus won the vote, Ajax was sure he'd cheated.

Case Status: Case dismissed. Ajax went crazy, slaughtered a bunch of cattle, and killed himself before the case could come under review.

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