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<div class="quote">Jester of chaos wrote:<br />No lying is not a crime unless lying under oath and sworn in which is call perjury or misleading the head of government for personal gain which would just be labeled treachery or perjury.</div>
 
<div class="quote">Jester of chaos wrote:<br />No lying is not a crime unless lying under oath and sworn in which is call perjury or misleading the head of government for personal gain which would just be labeled treachery or perjury.</div>
<div class="quote">'''You misinterpreted and missed my points. They are It is so a crime, but that only depends what it is about. And I am not refering to lies like saying "my eyes are blue" when they are not. When it comes to villains, all the lies that they made were all crime based, including Lying about someone's murder. That's what villains like Scar or Hook did after about murdering the real heroe's fathers and left them under a lie their who lives. Those were crimes. Judge Claude Frollo lied about his crime all of Quasimodo's life. Breaking a verbal deal out of evil is like lying. That's what villains do. And it is not really a character flaw. All these lies they made were to hurt people. Their sort of lying is still a crime either way.'''</div>
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<div class="quote">'''You misinterpreted and missed my points. They are It is so a crime, but that only depends what it is about. And I am not refering to lies like saying "my eyes are blue" when they are not. When it comes to villains, all the lies that they made were all crime based, including Lying about someone's murder. That's what villains like Scar or Hook did after about murdering the real heroe's fathers and left them under a lie their who lives. Those were crimes. Judge Claude Frollo lied about his crime all of Quasimodo's life. Breaking a verbal deal out of evil is like lying. Framing someone for a crime they didn't commit is like lying too. That's what villains do. And it is not really a character flaw. All these lies they made were to hurt people. Their sort of lying is still a crime either way.'''</div>
 
<div class="quote">We are not putting "Lying" in a crime section.</div>
 
<div class="quote">We are not putting "Lying" in a crime section.</div>
 
'''If you are not putting lying in any crime section, then you people wouldn't have put it on Regina's crime section in the first place either. Wouldn't you? I saw it on her criminal section. Go see for yourself.'''
 
'''If you are not putting lying in any crime section, then you people wouldn't have put it on Regina's crime section in the first place either. Wouldn't you? I saw it on her criminal section. Go see for yourself.'''

Latest revision as of 21:20, August 29, 2019

Jester of chaos wrote:
No lying is not a crime unless lying under oath and sworn in which is call perjury or misleading the head of government for personal gain which would just be labeled treachery or perjury.
You misinterpreted and missed my points. They are It is so a crime, but that only depends what it is about. And I am not refering to lies like saying "my eyes are blue" when they are not. When it comes to villains, all the lies that they made were all crime based, including Lying about someone's murder. That's what villains like Scar or Hook did after about murdering the real heroe's fathers and left them under a lie their who lives. Those were crimes. Judge Claude Frollo lied about his crime all of Quasimodo's life. Breaking a verbal deal out of evil is like lying. Framing someone for a crime they didn't commit is like lying too. That's what villains do. And it is not really a character flaw. All these lies they made were to hurt people. Their sort of lying is still a crime either way.
We are not putting "Lying" in a crime section.

If you are not putting lying in any crime section, then you people wouldn't have put it on Regina's crime section in the first place either. Wouldn't you? I saw it on her criminal section. Go see for yourself.

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