Ian Lockheart v. Jackson Cole

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Ian Lockheart v. Jackson Cole
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Supreme Court of the Kid United Republic
Argued July 31, 2015
Decided August 6, 2015
Full case name Ian Lockheart, v. Jackson Cole
Holding
Defendant Cleared of all charges, Ian Lockheart gives $50 to Mr. Cole as a cash settlement.
Panel membership
Adam Dunn
Case opinions

Ian Lockheart v. Jackson Cole was a trial before the Supreme Court of the Kid United Republic.

The Trial

On 25 July 2015, Jackson Cole was sued by a ex-soldier in the Kid United Republic Army Ian Lockheart who fought in the Pannonian War. Claiming that the Secretary of Defense committed four war-crimes during the war. After some arguing the case was set for 30th of July. With the Honorable Judge Adam Dunn presiding. The defense's first argued that Mr. Lockheart's claims were, bogus and claimed that their was no proof.

The prosecution then gave supposed top-secret government documents that Jackson Cole gave order to show no mercy in a Airsoft battle against the Liberland supporters. The argument then ceased on till that Monday, and the defense gave their second argument reporting that the documents are fake and their is no such documents in the National Archive.

The prosecution then stated that it was a classified document, and then reported it had several witnesses. After the witnesses stated what they heard and saw. The court went on recess, until the next morning.

On the 4th of August, the defense presented its last evidence and witnesses, including the last statements which took up the entire session and the next day the prosecution did the same.

On the 6th of August, the Honorable Judge Adam Dunn and the three other justices came to a verdict. The answer was not guilty to Jackson Cole and charged Ian Lockheart for perjury and wasting the court's time. And then made him a fifty dollar cash settlement to Jackson Cole.

The indictments were for:

  1. Acts of Forcing Soldiers to do war-crimes on prisoners.
  2. Participation in a common plan to rise the military-industrial complex of KUR
  3. Planning, initiating and waging wars of aggression and other crimes against peace. 
  4. Microcrimes Against Humanity.

The accused were:

"I" Indictment      "G" indicted and found guilty      "N" indicted and found not guilty      "O" Not Charged

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O G G G Cleared. Not Guilty