This statement will be deemed to have been judged TRUE if the Judge finds that the first option is correct. If this happens then the game will (in theory) end.
- Simon's Judgement is equally legal and illegal.
- Simon's Judgement is illegal.
- Simon's Judgement is legal.
The Judge selected was Stephen Gower:
Judgement J(32a)Simon's Judgement is illegal.
Judgement J(32b)Simon's Judgement is legal.
We have now reached stalemate and the game is over.
Justification 1: the above says that Simon's Judgement is equally legal and illegal, thus giving a result of TRUE as originally specified.
Justification 2: if we call for Judgement on this then the Judge, it would appear, can now return two opposite judgements and we will be no closer to the truth. Hence stalemate.
I blame you, yes YOU, Mr Batchelor...
There was an ensuing Appeal on J(31) and it was overturned.
Simon's Judgement is illegal.
And that, with any luck, brought the whole sorry affair to an end.