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[32] Did he not escape back again to the ambassadors after he had been brought forward by you, and after he had been with you? Did he not even come to Caius Cnaeus Domitius? Did not he, in the hearing of this Servius Sulpicius that most illustrious man, who is present here, and of this Titus Torquatus, a most virtuous young man, who is also present, confess that he had been bribed by you, and that it was by your promises that he had been instigated to this dishonesty?

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