About whom, when I was at Jerusalem
Quickly after he came to his government:
the chief priests and elders of the Jews informed me;
brought an accusation to him, exhibited to him charges against him, presented to him a bill of information, setting forth various crimes he had been guilty of:
desiring to have judgment against him;
not barely to have his cause tried, but to have a sentence of condemnation passed upon him; some copies read "condemnation", as the Alexandrian copy, and two of Beza's; and that punishment is designed, and even death itself, is manifest from the following words.