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thank you for your response. Are you saying that even if there
was no mistaken belief as the alleged conspirators never at any time held such a belief, that the charge could still be brought and at the material timess each party acted on the inderstandind thst yhe asset belonged to them
the alleged victim did not own the asset and the so called conspirators merely acted on the knowledge that they were the owners. surely if they had rights over the asset to deak with it as thry saw fit it cannot be cinstrued a conspiracy