And Then There Were None

and then there were none

does wargrave act justly

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Wargrave does not act justly. Wargrave is an old judge who is accused by the gramophone of having murdered Edward Seton, a man over whose trial he presided. The reader believes that Wargrave is the sixth murder victim on the island, but the final chapter reveals that Wargrave is the Indian Island murderer and had faked his own death.