|Ros Ó gCairbre|
|— Town —|
|Motto: Remember the Past, prepare for the Future|
|Province||Province of Cashel|
|Diocese||Diocese of Ross|
|Colonised||24 April 1456|
|Population (23 August 1457)|
The charging of Sirlarkin with treason over a joke about starting a revolt in Ros O'g Cairbre. He was originally charged with revolting against the town hall, but claims he was fishing that day. Several citizens stepped forward and attested that he had asked them in the taverns, to revolt with him. This was a highly questionable case and the judge B.imber has caught quite a lot of flack for his decision to charge Sirlarkin with something many say is a law that doesn't exist.
As events unfolded the evidence that Sirlarkin offered to prove he was fishing and could not have been a part of the revolt turned out to be a forgery. Between the controversial verdict and now the uncovering of perjury there is quite a good deal of political unrest in the An Mumhain.