Then the whole assembly rose and brought Him to Pilate, and began to accuse Him.
"We have found this man," they said, "an agitator among our nation, forbidding the payment of tribute to Caesar, and claiming to be himself an anointed king."
Then Pilate asked Him, "You, then, are the King of the Jews?" "It is as you say," He replied.
Pilate said to the High Priests and to the crowd, "I can find no crime in this man."
But they violently insisted. "He stirs up the people," they said, "throughout all Judaea with His teaching--even from Galilee (where He first started) to this city."
On hearing this, Pilate inquired, "Is this man a Galilaean?"