WHAT HAPPENED TO BRUTUS?
After Marcus Junius Brutus and his co-conspirators unambiguously made the point 23 times) for Julius Caesar to beware the Ides of March, they hoped peace would come to Rome. They were wrong. Public outrage at Caesar’s murder forced Brutus to flee, along with Cassius, and the republic plunged into yet another civil war. Future emperor Octavian and Mark Antony joined forces and crushed the assassins’ armies at the two Battles of Philippi. Cassius committed suicide after the first, Brutus after the second. Allegedly, he ran into his sword being held by two men. At least he got stabbed in the front.
FAIL, CAESAR Togas didn’t have pockets, so where did Caesar’s assassins hide the knives?