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Case File: Minotaur vs. Theseus

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Case Description: Complainant (Minotaur) accuses Defendant (Theseus) of first degree murder. The Minotaur claims that he was minding his own business in his labyrinthine home when Theseus came along and skewered him.

Case Status: Case dismissed. The Minotaur liked to eat fresh young virgins, which in our minds made him worthy of skewering.

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