Technically, Yes. In February 1306 a meeting was arranged at Dumfries Abbey between Robert the Bruce and his arch rival for the Scottish throne John Comyn the Red. The two mistrusted each other so much that only in a church would both men feel safe. Bruce never forgave Comyn for grabbing him by the throat at a previous meeting and so some historians believe Bruce engineered the meeting for one reason only, to kill him. Comym, of course would feel safe to attend the meeting if it was in a Church, nothing would happen to him there. There is evidence to suggest that Comyn betrayed Bruce by revealing his plans to the English King Edward I (The Longshanks) to take the throne from John Balliol (King Edward of England's Scottish puppet King) and to install himself on the Scottish throne. Comyn may have wanted the throne for himself as he did have a reasonable claim (just as Bruce did). Bruce may have been trying one last time to recruit Comyn and his men to the Scottish (and thus Bruce's) cause. Whatever the reasons we do know that both men were alone in the Church and that a quarrel was heard. Bruce came out of the Church and told his men that he THOUGHT he had slain the Red Comyn. 'You THINK?' asked his friend Roger de Kirkpatrick, 'then I'll make sure', and went into the Church with others. Some of Comyn's men may also have been outside the door (it is hard to believe he would have come alone). Inside the Church, Kirkpatrick's men drove away the Friars who had carried Comyn to the altar, and dispatched the wounded man with their daggers. There are many partisan accounts of the murder and soon all Europe would know. Not because of WHO was killed but WHERE the deed was done. The Pope excommunicated Bruce for committing murder in a church, which did not affect his standing with his countrymen who remember him today as Scotland's greatest king.
No. He was arrested several times, but none of them were for murder; most of his arrests were drug-related.
Robert the Bruce died in1329. America hadn't been discovered at that time so I would have to say no.
It is unlikely that they ever even met.
No, in fact it is unlikely that they ever even met.
Blackbeard did nearly crime ever but the biggest of course was piracy, murder, theft ect
No, it is unlikely that the two ever even met.
Don't you ever underestimate Bruce ever again, you hear me
No-one knows for sure. It is unlikely that they met. Bruce would have stayed out of the way of Wallace's uprising against the English for fear of losing his lands in England.
The FBI had several paid informants which were key in bringing up federal charges against klansmen for violating civil rights of individuals which were murdered. However they were not brought up on murder or conspiracy to commit murder charges.
yes she did
did robert frost ever get arrested
yes but she promised not to ever do it again
No, he did not.
Either Murder or Conspiracy to commit Espionage, given to Morton Sobell, the famous "Adam Spy" charged alongside Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in 1951.
yes but she thinks there will be no one better than Bruce lee
Dont commit a crime EVER.
Poe was never accused of murder.
paul schaefer did play with Bruce springsteen
There was no Battle of Stirling, it was the Battle of Stirling Bridge. There is no evidence that Wallace ever met Robert the Bruce or the French Princess.