Caesar loved Brutus the most, and yet, he betrayed him. But do not rebel, because Brutus is an honorable man.
Act 3 scene 3
No I'm not Cinna the traitor I'm Cinna the poet!
Doesn't matter, your name is cinna. kill him!
Act 4 scene 1
All the names checked off will die. We can't trust anyone.
Your brother must also die. Do you consent Lepidus?
In this scene, Mark Antony gave his speech after Brutus, and using clever language he got the crowd angry. After his speech the citizens wanted the traitors dead.
In this short scene, a poet named Cinna is on the way to Caesar's funeral when he is accused of being Cinna the traitor by some angry plebeians.
Here, Antony and Octavius are deciding who might betray them like Brutus did to Caesar. They are even killing their family to ensure no one will oppose them. They also begin planning for war with Brutus and Cassius's army.