in the part lilliputians and the judiciary system above,it is stated that "If the accused proves his innocence, the accuser is put to a disgraceful death" pls explain me why if the accuser proves his innocence he is put to death ? after reading this part from the book i found out that it is if the accused tries to prove his innocence but he is found guilty he is put to death .....
pls rectify it if it is a mistake by meritnation or if i misinterpreted it ,pls do inform me!!!!
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