Ross 128 Compromised - The Truth behind the permit

In an unexpected turn of events, the LHS 2541 Alliance Combine party has seized control of Ross 128. A system home to one of the most high security penal facilities of the Federation, where access is locked through permit only available to higher Federal Navy personnel.


Since the founding of the Alliance of Independent Systems and up to this day, there has been speculation of the Federation detaining officials and civilians without due process within such facilities. For almost a year, Commodore Helena Stone has pursued the validity of such claims, pressing for an entry permit and inspection rights within Ross 128. It remains a mystery how, but Alliance Combine was granted access and permission to conduct an investigation within the system.


Within very little time of the faction setting office, its personnel swiftly acquired the means and local support to instigate a coup for control. Initial rumour indicates that the Alliance Elite Diplomatic Corps acquired access to the system through the investigative procedures and initiated operations towards its takeover. The final result only creates more questions regarding the details of how access was granted or by whom, since the Alliance Commodore has been regularly outspoken about her distrust towards the Federation and has often been credited of having close ties with the shadow diplomats.


Following the conclusion of the war, Miss Stone followed through her tradition of organising a public appearance and providing a detailed breakdown of the system's economic status and her plans moving forward its liberation. In particular, the system will prioritise civil development and growth instead of feeding in the incarceration establishment which the population previously had to financially sustain.


In order to cement a form of trust and clarity with the population, the report also included a complete disclosure of the prisoner files previously out of public reach and of confidential status. The majority of prisoners were pilots and statesmen captured during conflict, for whom a dedicated team is to be established for their rapid repatriation. Non-Alliance citizens will also be provided an integration program as an alternative, whereas Federal Officials will be transported to Sol.The facilities themselves are planned to be repurposed as a museum, exhibiting the Federation's covert practices, including document and video logs salvaged from the prison's data banks.
Most controversially, however, the lists also included names of Alliance officials previously considered missing due to unknown reasons, confirming the rumours circulating within the Alliance. The logs indicate no trial prior to their imprisonment and often mandate the extraction of information through any means necessary.


"This campaign has often been described as a warmonger's cause. I'd like the same individuals to repeat that assertion to the civilians returning home. It has become clear, the Federation has no plans of allowing our unity to thrive, nor ever did. Judging from the state of the systems liberated over this past year, I've also come to realise they have no such plans for their own citizens either. My place remains in the front line, alongside the pilots and troops willing to fight for the prosperity of the common man."

-Commodore Helena Stone


Buck Diamond, Wolf 406 Journal

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I just hope this brings out the truth of the activities carried out by the Federation.

May the Alliances light shine a beam into the Federations Murk.
 
Now, wouldn't it be lovely if we could turn this into a tourism economy, with a couple of tourist beacons explaining the events...

But it would be good already, if the station lights on the Coriolis turned green as they should! :D

So say hi to the new station announcer, Regis, though. So much friendlier than that formal Fed who lost his job.
 
Now, wouldn't it be lovely if we could turn this into a tourism economy, with a couple of tourist beacons explaining the events...

But it would be good already, if the station lights on the Coriolis turned green as they should! :D

So say hi to the new station announcer, Regis, though. So much friendlier than that formal Fed who lost his job.
He didnt. He got promoted to Waste management, works as a 1st rate Product Quality Inspector
reports say he is neck deep in work right at the moment
 

VampyreGTX

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Given the permit is issued by the Federation Navy, don't see the permit being lifted! Maybe the Alliance Navy can take that over... oh... wait...
 
So, is the prison station haunted, like Alcatraz supposedly is? Anyone hearing the ghostly voices of raving prisoners? :eek:
 
There are whispers that some in the 9th Legion are actually quite impressed with the deception by the AEDC and all involved. And that the Empire is (unofficially) grateful for the return of her citizens and agents.
 
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