Have you ever wondered which was the most unfair trial in history?
Which is the most unfair trial in the history of mankind? Have you ever wondered what could have been the most unfair judgment in the history of mankind?
Today, you can arrange an attorney from the comfort of your home and he/she will defend your right while being tried.
In the early to middle of the year 300 BC, a woman named Phryne lived in Ancient Greece. She was breathtakingly gorgeous and is thought to have served as the model for countless monuments and paintings.
She once went through a trial and faced the death penalty if found guilty. Things were about to get out of hand for her as the prosecution made some powerful speeches.
But Hypereides, her defender and rumored new boyfriend, made the decision to come up with what I would term a sapient notion.
With tribal court attorneys, trials have been more fair and pleasing than ever before or as compared to the stone age.
“Common, Do you really want to murder this?” Hypereides exclaimed as he beckoned Phryne forward in front of the judges and took her robes off.
And it succeeded!
After showing her breasts to the jury, she was found not guilty.
Everyone was pleased with the verdict, including Pynes, Hypereides, and the jury, with the exception of the prosecutor—her ex-lover Euthias, poor guy.
Now let’s consider an unexpected truth that might cause you to reevaluate accepted wisdom. Or maybe it’s a bizarre anecdote that sounds too unbelievable to be true.
Whatever the case, these 51 seemingly little but astonishing details of history will change the way you think about time and the past.