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RAPID DEMISE OF RICHARD ROUSE
The English Parliament decided in 1531 that willful murder by means of poison should be accounted High Treason…owing to a lowly cook Richard Rouse who was ‘boiled to death’ as punishment for his crime. Condemned without trial – Russia take note, Rouse (or Roose) was taken to Smithfield, London, on April 5, locked in chains, and dipped repeatedly into a cauldron of boiling water by use of a gibbet until dead. According to an eye witness: “He roared mighty loud, and divers women who were big with child did feel sick at the sight of what they saw, and were carried away half dead; and other men and women did not seem frightened by the boiling alive, but would prefer to see the headsman at his work.”
This ‘rush to judgment’ was facilitated by an anything-but-rushed stretch on the rack to elicit the required confession of guilt that he had killed a number of people in a failed attempt to poison John Fisher, bishop of Rochester. He was accused of poisoning the common pot of gruel at the bishop’s residence. A man, Bennet Carwen and an elderly widow died suddenly and the others it is said never fully recovered. A fortuitous Fisher missed the meal. King Henry VIII decided that Rouse be condemned by attainder without a trial and Parliament, in an act of ex post facto law passed “An Acte for Poysoning” that he be boiled alive as punishment for his crime.
The England we fled, and fought. The real savages.
Well, I think there is a general rule of thumb, that is applied when a witness or victim of an alleged crime, is alive, but unable to speak, and unable to be shown or located, no proof of the crime is presented, and the entirety of the benefit is that of the accuser.
The whole thing, feels like it was designed by someone who is not collaborating, but meddling, and the result is the accusing country is winging it. Unilateral decisions by those who are insulated from the fallout, by birthright , often have these characteristics. The stupidity does not fit for Russia, and the unprepared desperate response does not fit for a well planned op by the Brits. Lock the royal family in a castle and have a game of clue. Either way, the pressure to implement a track covering op grows by the hour. The next move will most likely reveal the perp. The next ten days will be interesting. Wednesday Friday Saturday….
2 in the chest and one in the head is a mans game. Bombs too. Poisoning is not only historically the favorite of monarchs, but in particular women. A woman who has experienced a loss of financial security or a personal betrayal from recent events would be my suspect. One of wealth power and privilege.
Remember Pope Paul VI ? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_John_Paul_I_conspiracy_theories
Paul VI was the first publicly accused gay Pope who actually denied it, and Paul I looks to have been involved in banky hanky panky. The Vatican is a Gay paradise, designed to provide a suitable escape from society for gay men and to provide laundering facilities to every wealthy family in Europe and beyond. I don’t see what that has to do with this case. But yea, of course feminine drama is a huge part of Vatican history, along with murder, theft and pedophilia, and all sorts of monetary drama
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