How to obey his orders and then he will give the most grace to anyone who catches Wallace to … atone for the past (against him). “Wallace was arrested on August 3, 1305 by a Scottish fellow-Sir John Menteith. He was taken to London and led, wearing a wreath to be mocked with judges who were appointed to adjudicate him at Westminster Hall amid a large crowd. When I dunk my cookies in my milk I think of you mug. The sentence as well as the trial was only formal and Wallace was tortured in a savage manner. He was dragged through the streets to Smithfield. There, he was hanged, then released again while still alive and diseased from his abdomen, his intestines burned in front of him by executioners. He was finally beheaded and his head was displayed on the London Bridge. The rest of his body was cut into private exhibitions in Newcastle-Tyne, Berwick, Stirling and Perth.