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[28] For he has himself suborned men to bear false witness about these matters, having as co-workers his brother-in-law Onetor, and Timocrates1; we had no forewarning of this, and supposed that the contest would be regarding the deposition alone, and therefore have not come prepared with witnesses regarding the guardianship accounts. Nevertheless, despite the fellow's trickery, I think that, simply by reciting the facts, I shall easily convince you that no man was ever more justly convicted than he.

1 Timocrates: possibly the same as the Timocrates against whom Demosthenes delivered Dem. 24

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