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Discussion with General Anokou

May 29, 2012

A Galactic News reporter was invited by the General Anoku to meet him in his cell in Bengat, with the consent of the authorities.

Bengat: Darth Anokou remains in preventive detention in Bengat, waiting for his trial in Yavin 4. He’s charged by the Jedi of a series of misfits, from genocide, murder attempts, poisoning to public indecency. Anokou is General of the Blackhearts army, a Sith military lasting from the time of the Korriban Empress Dolor. At the difference of other Sith forces, they have not tried to break the jail with a raid and the General having given his world he will stand to the trial.

General Anokou

The General actively professes his dislike of the Jedi, which is why he went in Yavin 4. Recalling events in Korriban, he claim the Jedi are leading a “religious war” and run unprovoked attacks against the Sith. Then, he suspected the Jedi of Yavin are going to add arbitrary charges to have him condemned. He wants to use the trial to demonstrate “how corrupt (the) precious Jedi really are.”

The General refuses yet to deny or confirm the charge currently against him. He said however, he’ll leave the Jedi alone if they release him and leave him alone.

The authorities of Bengat are looking closely on this case. The Senator Shan Connell, acting Queen, and the Governor Ta’kara Darkmoon, also Vice Chancellor of the Republic, took part of the transfer of the General from Yavin 4’s cell to Bengat’s and attended to the interview. The transfer was requested by the General’s lawyer and accepted by the Jedi.

— Daana Kira

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  1. May 29, 2012 at 4:11 PM

    One of the charges is public indecency? So what, are Sith now pulling down their pants and showing their pasty asses to teenage schoolgirls? Tsk, tsk.

  2. Sihivus Verne
    May 29, 2012 at 4:51 PM

    ”Verne has several charges of public indecency. Yet not one of the harassment nature. Curious, is it not?”

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