this day in crime history: march 15, 44 b.c.

Beware the Ides of March. At least if you’re Julius Caeser. Cornered by a bunch of (literally) back-stabbing politicians, Caeser’s political career was ended the old-fashioned way: assassination. You can get William Shakespeare’s take on it here. Better yet, check out William Shatner’s take on Shakespeare’s play:

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6 thoughts on “this day in crime history: march 15, 44 b.c.

  1. John D.:
    Geezus…that IS hilarious!
    (and probably coming to an inner-city public school near YOU soon enough…with the obligatory over-funding by the federal gov’t)…lol.
    😉

    Nice one.

    Stay safe.

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