| The Two Georges|
POD: c. mid-1760s
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Relatives:||Napoleon Bonaparte (ancestor)|
Le Comte Philippe Bonaparte was the Holy Alliance's ambassador to the North American Union in the 1990s, until 1995. Bonaparte helped finance the Sons of Liberty conspiracy to steal The Two Georges and assassinate King-Emperor Charles III of Britain. Bonaparte was not as favorable to the assassination. He did provide subtle hints about the plot to Thomas Bushell of the Royal American Mounted Police, the investigator in charge of recovering the painting, but felt that his duty to his country mandated that he help see the plot to the end.
When the plot was thwarted, Bushell accompanied Governor-General Sir Martin Luther King to personally inform Bonaparte that he had forty-eight hours to leave the NAU.
Bonaparte was a descendent of Lt. Colonel Napoleon Bonaparte, the man who halted the storming fo the Bastile on July 14, 1789.