This Summit will be held here publicly, but do not post unless you are a signer of the Anti-Espionage Act or are upholding it. This is not the place to weigh in your opinion of the act itself, it's a hearing of sorts to handle the break of the act by a signer. Spoiler: Proof https://gyazo.com/a81f0a9aa2b48c874b2c0d31d4fde3cf https://gyazo.com/3a2038058cd78dc18e6715b5e90f9254 https://gyazo.com/ef9304412079b2befef918a87224e0bb All of the proof is recorded or captured with Gyazo which does a fine job of listing times and what is being captured to prevent tampering. While this only shows Caesar discussing briefly his intent to break the treaty, as well as Vulpes, it's been determined that no substantial counter proof can be offered to fight the claim that this plan was completed and they discussed the information in private. Summary I spoke with Caesar about this extensively, and have spoken briefly with a few others that are signers of the Convention. Both Vulpes and Caesar are under review for breaking the treaty. Caesar had not revoked his signature till after this break was both committed and revealed. The consensus so far is that he did in fact break the agreement. In discussing it with him, he claimed several times as well as other things that he did not think this was a break and that the agreement was not clear enough, but upon me pressing the matter with him, he revealed that he did not read the treaty before signing it, and signed it as a show of good faith. This does not void his signature as he is responsible for reading before signing. The treaty states that breakers of the treaty are expected to step down and accept exile from their faction as well as the other signing factions. The proof was brought to me by a user that was part of the Legion-not a spy or alt account. He accepted his fate in revealing his identity and was banished from the Legion for providing this evidence. Verdict As Caesar has removed his signature, Vulpes leaves his standing but is also punished by this verdict, and the remaining Lucius stated that in so many words his loyalty to Caesar stands higher than his loyalty to the treaty-we are left with little options in enforcing the exile internally through the other leaders. However, I think that push has come to shove, if the Legion, and members like Scar who were banished by Caesar, agree-then it's time for them to speak. Caesar may be the current leader, and have the namesake of the Legion's canon Emperor, but that does not mean there's no Legion without him. If you believe that Caesar should have upheld this treaty, and you disagree with him avoiding punishment by revoking his signature, make yourself heard to the rest of the Legion. This shouldn't be about a power grab, but it's clear that not every Legion member is allowed to be represented under Caesar's reign. Conclusion I have no problems with Caesar's work, he makes a lot of positive effort for his faction, but this is not the first time Caesar has acted in a way that a faction leader shouldn't. Even Caesar's Legion which is canonically a dictatorship does not have the right to be run in a fashion that alienates it's members for speaking up like this. Not everything has to be done in character, and as a leader of a faction Caesar should be applauding his members for their dedication to a treaty he himself signed. With all of that said, I end on this note: If you are a Legion Member, it now falls into your hands to decide your leadership. The Official Faction of Caesar's Legion is not concrete, and he does not have to remain it's leader if you feel it's time to change. This is not a thing of spite, it's simply a call for an end to this type of behavior.