Only if you say only good of Caesar and don't blame us.
Let me carry Caesar's body to the marketplace and give a funeral speech.
Artemidorus tries to give Caesar the warning letter but he does not listen. "Whatever pertains to myself, I will deal with last."
I don't think this is a good idea.
You may carry his body to the marketplace.
Thank you Brutus.
Caesar is stabbed by his closest friends and trusted advisors. "And you too Brutus?" "In that case, die Caesar."
Peace, ho! Listen to him!
It is not that I loved Rome less...
Brutus is approached by Mark Antony. He wants to carry Caesar's body to the marketplace and give a speech.
They were traitors! "Honorable men!"
Brutus is lying! He is not an honorable man!
Antony shakes hands with the conspirators and agrees to their terms. In exchange for being able to carry Caesar's body to the marketplace and giving a funeral speech, Antony can't criticize Brutus and the conspirators.
Brutus gives his speech first. He makes the crowd believe the conspirators were justified. Would you rather that Caesar was living and we would all go to our graves as slaves?
Mark Antony gives his speech. He tells the public that Brutus is not to be trusted. He claims that Brutus was ambitious, and he is an honorable man.