Before killing Caesar, Brutus talked about not liking what Caesar was doing, and killing him was the best choice. Brutus did not say anything moments before killing Caesar.
Killing Brutus and Cassius.
Brutus gets his wish to die by falling on his sword, killing himself.
Brutus tells the conspirators to bathe their hands in Caesar's blood.
It would be to bloody.
According to Shakespeare, Brutus was tricked by his friends into thinking that killing Caesar would free the empire from his tyranny. Although Brutus loved Caesar, he put the good of the empire over the life of his friend.
He is willing to kill Caesar because Cassius convinced him that this is for the people of Rome and Brutus believes him. So Brutus thinks that the conspiracy is killing him for Rome but really they are killing him because they think he will become too powerful
Brutus makes the mistake of joining the conspiracy and killing Julius Caesar. This is his "tragic flaw." Brutus ends up killing himself in the end (tragic).
"Then none have I offended. I have done no more to Caesar than you shall do to Brutus."