Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Wanted dead or alive

I intend to use this blog to do a variety of services for the people, including giving cautions on matters of general public safety. So I present here this official wanted poster, so that the criminal may be the sooner apprehended---

DESCRIPTIONDate of birth: Sometime in the last half of the 16th century.
Place of birth: Venice.
Occupation: Ensign to the general of the Venetian army,
Alias: A demi-devil.
Scars and marks: Possibly one sword scar, or more, somewhere on the body.

Remarks: This man has been known to be a most vile, and scheming villain, for orchestrating the single most insupportable tragic catastrophe to ever affect a private family, involving the murder of a high-ranking Venetian general's beloved wife at the hands of the general himself. Managing to escape from gaol, he is now at loose among the general populace.

Caution: This man has been called a "demi-devil," for ensnaring the soul and body of the most glorious leader of the Venetian army. His villainy consists in the highly premeditated beguiling of his fellow Venetians, including his fellow soldier-friends, his own duteous wife, and, of course, his superior, the high Venetian general himself, as well as that of others. His complete treachery amounts to nothing less than the overthrow and destruction of this general and his honest wife.

All of this done for rather unclear motives. The ensign has been recorded as saying the following inflammatory words--

So I will turn her virtue into pitch, and out of her own goodness make the net that shall enmesh them all.

This creature has been charged with orchestrating many vile plots to achieve his final objective. In one such plot, he approached the honorable lieutenant, who was overseeing the guardsmen one evening, and prevailed upon him to participate in riotous, drunkenly behavior in a tavern, and, being full of quarrel and offense, the lieutenant did engage in boorish singing and fighting with others. This incident led directly to a falling out between the lieutenant and the general.

In another such scheming plot, this man wheedled his wife into giving him a precious handkerchief which she had found, one that the general's wife, her mistress, let drop by negligence, and then proceeded to present that very handkerchief to the husband-general with the malicious slander that the handkerchief was last seen wiping the "supersubtle" lieutenant's beard.

Reward: The FBI is offering a reward of $100,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of this gentleman.

CONSIDERED MALICIOUS AND EXTREMELY CUNNING-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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