What is the meaning of "veritas aequitas"?

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'Veritas aequitas' is a phrase in the Latin language. Latin is a language that has been dead but still exists in English. The meaning of the phrase is 'truth is justice'.
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The literal translation of Latin phrase "veritas aequitas" in English is "verity and equity" or "truth and justice".
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it's in latin. it means truth and justice.
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