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Lord Farquaad

Guilty or not of Battery and Assualt
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meghan hoeye

on 15 June 2011

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Lord Farquaad Guilty Or Not Guilty Acussed of Battery and Assualt As you can see Mr. Farquaad had only
been terrified of seeing Gingy and that
is the only reason that he commited these
crimes. Certainly, Lord Farquaad is not responsible for his actions and should be cleared of all charges. Mrs. Muffin died of mis diagnosed by Dr. House and lord Farquaad had been sobbing and crying. He was on depression pills and once he finshed one bottle he felt better but got perscribed more. Dr. House had given him the wrong medication that makes people act out and harm each other. It was Dr. hosue that had
made Mr. Farquaad asualt Gingy and was responsible for this whole trial. Also, when Mrs. Muffin got sick she went to see the best docter she could afford. But sadly, that is not a very good docter.
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