mam pls do answer my query which i have already asked thatin 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!!!!

thank you!! "

PLS NOTE THAT IT IS NOT RELATED TO THE LOG TEXT READING IT IS RELATED TO THAT WRITTEN IN MERITNATION CLASS9,ENGLISH,GULLIVERS TRAVELS ,CHAPTER2,LESSON 8SUB HEADING-LILLIPUTIAN LAWS AND THE JUDICIARY SYSTEM

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The law states that crimes are severely punished, but if the accused person can prove his innocence, he is recompensed out of his accusers confiscated property and accuser is put to death.

P.S- Accused is a person who is blamed, charged or imputed.

 Accuser is a person who "accuses" or "imputes".

An image of the actual text is attached. The copy is edited by  Louis A. Landa.

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