is betrayed by Judas, who was paid by Jewish chiefs to turn him
in to the Roman Guards.
being arrested, Pontius Pilot doesn't really know what to do with
his prisoner. Pilot sends Jesus to Herod for punishment, but Herod
declines to do so.
Pilot sends Jesus to be punished on the understanding that he is
not killed. However, those administering the whipping and cat-o-nine
tailing go too far, they are visibly enjoying it and laugh at his
suffering. This is all watched by the Jewish elders.
a riot, Pilot offers the crowd the opportunity to set Jesus or a
mad looking murderer, Barabbas, free. Pilot is clearly surprised
when the crowd, led again by the Jewish chiefs, call for Barabass'
is crucified, and God attacks those who attacked him. Jesus rises