Speaker for the Dead question

In the “prologue” to one of the chapers in SftD, Orson Scott Card tells the stories of three rabbis facing the situation of the women caught in adultery - would the following be an accurate summary of the three stories?

[ul][li]In the first the woman is caught in mortal sin and the community is going to stone her to death. The rabbi asks “which of you is without sin?” and the people looked down guiltily and put down their stones. Then the rabbi whispers to the woman to be sure and tell her master how good he had been to her as this would be a great benefit to him. [/li]
[li]In the second story there was a woman found in mortal sin and the community was going to stone her to death. The rabbi asks “which of you is without sin”. Everyone puts their stones down but then the rabbi takes a huge stone and crushes her skull - ‘sin cannot go unpunished.’ [/li]
[li]In the third version of the story a woman is caught in mortal sin, and the community is going to stone her to death. The rabbi says, “which of you is without sin,” they put down their stones and go home. Then he says to the woman, ‘Who has condemned you?’ ’ No one’ she replies. ’ Then go and sin no more’.[/ul][/li]
Thanks for the help

Gp

Switch your second and third stories.

Also, I believe in the first one there is a strong suggestion that her lover is a person of authority.

No, I think the original order is correct.

Another big point of the second story is if we only allow the blameless to enforce laws, no one would be punished.