Medieval People Put Pig On Trial - Unbelievable

This is off-key, topic, and the beaten track but I insist that you take a load off and get ready to laugh, and you'll be saying WFT a lot!

Straight out of the gates, check this strange anomaly, out!

When sentencing was carried out, the judge ordered all the animals in the region to be in attendance. The reason given. Have a guess? To serve as an example to any other would-be killer in the animal kingdom! (Let this be a warning to you animals, I'm watching you!) It's almost as if they were living in an alternative reality because animals were looked upon as equally able and capable as any human, afforded the same rights to counsel, and dressed for the gallows. Seriously, there are hundreds and hundreds of these cases throughout history and the other piece of information is that in 9 out of 10 cases, it was a Pig on trial.

Except for the Rat who was banished from the village for eating barley that did not belong to it. I kid you not, watch this amazing video below, it's eye-opening. Lee Lewis UFO Researcher

Images below are an artist's impression at the time of the Pig on trial.

A real Pig was arrested for murder in 1836 in Falaise in France and found guilty.

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If it's strange, anomalous, disputed, and straight-up stupid but very real or even part of folklore or just a mythical story then it should be allowed right? There's gonna be people out there saying it shouldn't be on a UFO blog. I don't agree, it's a really strange part of history so it's allowed (once only). I'm sure that people will want to know about this Pig being tried for murder so as of 10 minutes ago it is allowed, in fact, "welcomed" into this conspiracy world - we need a distraction from the distractions lol.

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Yes, you read right. A Pig that was arrested, was read its rights and then literally it was frog-marched right to prison. Prison back then in 1386 was doubled as the garrison, it was where soldiers stationed themselves at the headquarters and even where justice was meted out. Imagine a castle type of structure building and imagine it as the hub of activity where all types of different people have come together with a similar outlook and all worked together to do the King's bidding.

Pig is really on trial and found guilty back in ancient times if France.

So, this is my first forage into the world of insane justice, insane laws, and even stranger outcomes. But you'll have to admit after reading this that the Pig got what it deserved, albeit it's an animal, it's going to have an animal disposition with animal behavioural problems - so please just keep that in mind.

Here's the extraordinary picture of a Pig been found guilty of murder in Falaise in France 1386.

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France, January the 9th 1386 in a place called Falaise in France. But remember guys, this is 1386 so it's rough, tough, and disgusting in ways that we probably can't imagine. There's no infrastructure that we'd recognise and there's no cell phones lol. To round it all up though, "Turnip." The humble Turnip is the main course, it's the desert as well, it's Turnip water for drinking, it's the preferred juice of the time. Turnip is the Birthday gift, it's the Christmas gift, it's the housewarming gift, and yes it's the "wedding ring" because it's made from a turnip Lol.

We've established that Turnips ruled the Roost at the dinner table and most of society. Pigs are classed as actual "private citizens" and animals fall under people's laws. Yep, it can only be one place in the world... France!

The French people back in 1386 were humble unless you were part of the elite in which case Turnips were replaced with Diamonds and Lamb steaks, Sirloin steaks, and yes Pigs.

Lee Lewis UFO Researcher 

Here goes, let's dispense with the funny and impart the old facts:

One of the most well-recorded animal trials took place on January 9, 1386, in Falaise, France. A young pig was arrested for attacking a 3-month-old baby in its crib, biting and tearing at its face. As a result, the infant’s face was severely mutilated. The pig was taken to the law courts and tried and found guilty of murder. The pig was sentenced to be “mangled and maimed in the forelegs”, followed by execution by hanging.

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The animal trial was recorded in a book titled “The Chronicles of Falaise”. The book describes the events leading up to the trial. It also lists all the witnesses who testified against the pig and their testimony. The pig had no defence lawyer, but it did have its trial counsel to defend it.

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The pig was found guilty of murder and sentenced to be hanged by its neck until dead. The sentence was carried out on January 30, 1386, in front of a crowd of onlookers who gathered to watch the spectacle.


The Falaise sow is not the only animal to have been “judged”. In the Middle Ages, the animal was considered a responsible person for its actions and, over three centuries, there are, in France, hundreds of animal trials. Nine times out of ten, they are pigs.


Here's a stunning video that was created by Leeja Miller's YouTube Channel above, the top.

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