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[6] Again, if the accuser has already similarly accused others, or himself been accused by others;1 or if others, without being formally accused, have been suspected as you are now, and their innocence has been proved.

1 In the reading in the text, αὐτούς must apparently refer to the defendant, and one would rather expect αὐτόν. Spengel suggested ἄλλος αὐτός for ἄλλος αὐτούς: if he (i.e. the adversary) or another has similarly accused others.

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