Jesus Delivered to Be Crucified
Pilate tries a few times to get the people to let them go, but they were determined to have him crucified. Pilate tries his best to help and get Jesus freed but he won't help himself and everyone seems against Jesus.
At one point people in the crowd said "We have a law, and according to that law he ought to die", but recently they said that it is not lawful to put anyone to death. Which is it?
Pilate tried once again to get the people to let him go. He said to the Jews "this is your king" then he asks "should I crucify your king?" and they said that their only king is Caesar so he delivered Jesus over to them to be crucified.
They took Jesus out to Golgotha and crucified him. They put a sign on his cross that said "king of the Jews" and they divided up his belongings. Jesus' mother was there and he acknowledged her.
The Death of Jesus
Jesus said that he was thirsty to fulfill the scripture, and so they gave him some wine and then he released his spirit.
This is the kind of thing that I am talking about when I discount prophecies. Does it really count if he is doing this for the express purpose of fulfilling the prophecy? Was he even thirsty or did he just say it because he thought he was supposed to?
Jesus' Side Is Pierced
The soldiers came to the three people who were crucified to break their legs, but since Jesus was already dead they didn't break his legs, but they pierced his side with a spear and water and blood came out. This fulfilled some scripture.
Jesus Is Buried
Joseph of Arimathea asked Pilate if he could take the body of Jesus and he was allowed to. He put him in a tomb that was never used previously.