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Notes and Trivia Edit
- "Sic Semper Tyrannis" is a Latin phrase translating to "thus always to tyrants", which means that "tyrannical leaders will inevitably be overthrown".
- The phrase is said to have originated with Brutus during the assassination of Julius Caesar but it is disputed if Brutus said the line.
- John Wilkes Booth shouted "sic semper tyrannis" after he killed President Abraham Lincoln in 1865.
- It is the state motto of Virginia, a U.S. state which parts of The 100 takes place in.