by CAPT Ian StruthersAt the start of April I took my wife Marsha, who I usually refer to online as Mrs S, to Edinburgh for her birthday for a couple of days, we had a great time despite me having a head cold.
You then go through to be judged for crimes that were common at that time. Not everyone gets judged, and the best bet is to stand near the back and not stand out. The judge is really comical and a couple of “eyewitnesses” are called. Once sentencing is done you make your way down to the torture chamber. Once you get into the torture chamber they explain and show how “confessions” were obtained.