Their once was an ungrateful peasant that wanted everything his brother had, so he decided to murder him. Unfortunate for him he was caught by the neighbours and crime control came to take him away.
Your coming with me!
But I didn't do it.
The Crime Control took the peasant to the King where a trial by fire would be held.
Your Trial by Fire starts tomorrow. Guards! Guards! Get this peasant a room NOW!
I don't want to die.
Here's the peasant, your Majesty
The next day the trial began. The peasant had to walk 9 feet folding a red-hot iron bar.
ohh this really hurts!
4 Feet to go!
After that, the wounds were bandaged up and 3 days to come he had to come beck to the castle to take the bandages off . (when he comes back the bandages will be opened up, If the wounds are still their he was guilty and if they weren't there he was set free)
Stop crying, it will only hut for a few days.
3 days came and the bandages were taken off his hands.
Please, please, I hope their are no wound left.
Poor man the wounds are still here.
Unfortunately, the accused hands weren't heald which meant he was guilty and he was then punished according to the accused crime committed which meant he was hung.