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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: a more specific question about the film...
Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 at 03:03:41 pm EST (Viewed 47 times)
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Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 at 12:14:16 am EST (Viewed 54 times)



    When Zuri offered Killmonger his own life in exchange for T’Challa’s during the ritual combat, Killmonger took it. Would not then Killmonger’s apparent further slaying of T’Challa have been a murder and not within his rights? Which should have been challenged immediately by the Dora Milage and the tribal leaders?

I think Zuri was breaking protocol not Killmonger. I don't think Zuri had the right to break the sanctity of the fight to the death. That thing is used to decide who rules their nation. Some friend or family member shouldn't be able to disrupt the ceremony because their loved one is about to be killed.

    Not familiar with Wakandan law, of course, but this seems like a relevant plot hole to me.

I'm sure their equivalent of Judge Judy would not be having it and the challenge would continue.

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