More on the halakhot about slaughtering an animal that was stolen or consecrated, but slaughtered in the wrong place in the Temple – such that the slaughtering itself considered the very last moment, because otherwise, the act that is considered the moment of slaughtering would complicate the prohibitions against certain animals, like one stolen or consecrated. Also, a new mishnah: When a person steals an ox or a sheep – and there are witnesses to that effect, and also to the fact that the thief then slaughtered the animal or sold it, and then the witnesses are found to be conspiring witnesses – they need to pay the complete pay-back. Plus, all the permutations of when the witnesses saw what.
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