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Latin, translation: "Thus always to tyrants", purportedly (but unlikely) uttered by Brutus at the assassination of Julius Caesar. The phrase is meant to signify that tyrants will always be overthrown and removed from power.

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Uttered by Lucius Brutus when he led the revolt to overthrow Rome’s monarchy and institute the republic. Not with Julius Caesar, that was a different Brutus. It is said to signify an abuse of power and the need to kill tyrants and overthrow
Lucius Brutus: This king raped a woman and got away. This is a clear abuse of power and must be corrected! Sic semper tyrannis!
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