Countess of Warwick: I am sorry for your loss.

Queen Elizabeth: For which you mean the brutal slaying of my father and my brother, who were innocent of any crime in all their lives and made obedient to their Lord and King?

Countess of Warwick: In the fortunes of war—

Queen Elizabeth: It was not war. This wasn't an honorable death on a battlefield. It was murder, and it was treason in the eyes of God and man.”
Tagged: War, Murder, Loss, Anger, Treason, Crime

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