Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Drew2_dude

Crown v. Boniface: Ruling, 343 E.S.

Recommended Posts

AULIC COURT OF THE KINGDOM OF HANSETI-RUSKA

ve Krawn z. Boniface
 

sFHXN4pK9zl1Bx4QI1PQH2QC3rV57vRQzvHoAnNhJgizygfuMkbxQ_soI7A_sft2gvLhnfcAz_WhLTN3MWt_RcA84lEzGd0mE6f_VT4Mw9omeZh9Ge6h0ppceYiNFnkkbVqM50t1


Tov and Yermey | 343 E.S.

 


 

Jovenaar

Sigmar Joren Baruch

 

Prosecution*

Lauritz Christiansen

 

Defense

Boniface

 

Testimonies

Ailred Barclay

Boniface

 

THE FOLLOWING CHARGES WERE BROUGHT AGAINST THE DEFENDANT;

 

420.02: The crime of intentionally speaking sacrilege or in contrary to the teachings of the Canon and slandering the Church or Godan shall constitute a middling offence,

 

420.03: The crime of spreading false teachings and attempting to convert others from the Church shall constitute a severe offence;

 

 

THE FOLLOWING IS THE VERDICT BROUGHT BY THE JOVENAAR AND JURY; 

 

The defendant, Boniface, was brought to court for charges of heresy and sedition against the Church. After a long trial, the jury found Boniface guilty by majority for both crimes. Boniface was sentenced to death by hanging, and the punishment was carried out immediately after the trial.

 

THE FOLLOWING IS THE RATIONALE FOR THE DECISION FROM THE PRESIDING JOVENAAR;

 

It is of the opinion of the Jovenaar that the defendant failed to properly demonstrate to the jury that he was not guilty of the charges of Heresy (420.02 & 420.03) brought against him. In the eyes of the court, Boniface spoke sacrilege against the teachings of Canon and slandered the Church as well as the authority of the Church, mainly targeting the Pontiff who is the Vicar of Godan. In the evidence presented to the court, by virtue of testimony and of the clear publications penned by the accused, the charges are congruent to the crimes alleged. The law is objective in which the accused Boniface had unequivocally disseminated literature in clear contrast to the orthodoxy of the magisterial authority of the Pontificate. The false teachings penned by the accused Boniface also clearly attempted to convert others from the Church in an attempted Schism. He admitted to wishing for the Pontiff to resign and urged others to follow in this cause. It is without a doubt that justice rendered befits the offenses presented.

The Haurul Caezk, as prescribed by its authors, was intended to defend the Canonist Church and her teachings against the erring offenses of heretics, heathenry, and apostasy. Moreover, the 420.02 and 420.03 maintain the defense against any utterance, either spoken or written, by any individual or collective to be used to weaponize the faithful against the clerical mandates as declared by the Pontiff and his ministers. It is in this position that the court issues its mandate to execute the Friar Boniface. 

 

It is so ordered.

Signed,

His Honour, Sir Sigmar Baruch HKML

 

Edited by Drew2_dude

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

James II, having already witnessed the accused’s hanging, nevertheless receives a copy of the ruling. He regards the paper solemnly, filing it into a nearly-overflowing folder of the deceased Boniface’s works.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

“Pontiff wanted a harem, Boniface said no so he had to go, making him a martyr in the process.” Mr Rateth spoke thus

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Sign in to follow this  

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.



×
×
  • Create New...