Trial and execution of King Louis XVI

Trial and execution of King Louis XVI
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  • The title was to long look right below here (Square box) 
  • I think we should put King Louis on trial, we have 33 charges presented to him already, we know the evidence on what we are charging him with are true including acts of betrayal, sabotage, and failure of leadership.
  • December 1792, The national convention placed the deposed King Louis XVI under trial
  • I agree, so thats it he will be put on trial
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  • So we must dethrone him and then execute him as a citizen.
  • After our agreement to put him on trial for execution I realized that the constitution of 1791 does not allow a king to be executed the only punishment is dethronement.
  • The realization that the constitution of 1791 saves King Louis XVI form execution
  • Under the Constitution of 1791, the king is considered inviolable and therefore can not be prosecuted or punished. Louis’ lawyers used this as their main defense, arguing that the king’s decisions were valid under the constitution.
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  • Trial of King Louis XVI, This trial would go on for several weeks
  • So then we will have a vote for King Louis to be dethroned. Ok, the votes are in that's 639 in favour of the king's guilt.
  • Agreed, he got we he deserved.
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  • King Louis' execution
  • Finaly, King Louis got what he deserved.
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  • They placed armed soldiers in the crowd so no loyalists or royalists talk up about saving the king or other reasons.
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