Second part of The Trial of Pontius Pilate:
The authoritarian magistrates are politically cornered. They face protests and threats due to the arbitrary detention of rulers and the absence of information in other serious cases. The World Court executes several extraordinary measures, crossing definitively the red line between democracy and dictatorship. Without recognizing the existence of the Global Alliance, the magistrates declare the war to Hagmog’s government and enact a martial law against a rebel group called Transcendence.
Subsequently, begins the capital trial against Annas and Caiaphas, with fifteen accusations of irregularities and legal violations committed during the judicial proceedings against Jesus. Daniel Rhomero, legal adviser of the World Court, is the accuser, and Tatiana Trustjust defends the chiefs of the Jewish priests.
In an environment of uncertainty propitiated by the disappointing results of the last war, after a strategic move of the conspirators, the magistrates accept: the legalization of the political party Transcendence, the establishment of a new Universal Legislative Power and the holding of elections for governors and legislators.
Concluded the trial against Annas and Caiaphas, in spite of the unfair electoral conditions approved by the World Court, Transcendence obtains an impressive victory in the elections. However, the magistrates prepare a plan to limit the authority of the new Universal Assembly. They also aspire to start immediately the second trial against Pontius Pilate…