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Case File: Eurydice vs. Aristaeus

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Case Description: Complainant (Eurydice) accuses Defendant (Aristaeus) of first degree murder. Eurydice claims that the love-smitten satyr, Aristaeus, was chasing after her just before she stepped on the snake that killed her.

Case Status: Case dismissed. There are many conflicting versions of this story, and so we're unable to confirm this series of events. More details are available in our files on "Orpheus and Eurydice."

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