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Master Solo controvert Governor Rodchester’s Jedi Political Power in Tython

August 26, 2012

Galactic News was invited by Master Marsh Solo which commented on the latest announcement from the Governor of Tython Zach Rodchester.

NJO Master Marsh Solo

Jedi Master Marsh Solo, council member of the New Jedi Order (NJO) commented on the announcement made by Tython Governor Zach Rodchester. Master Solo told there is no political power to strip from the Jedi since they don’t have any. The role of the Jedi in the senate is only advisory. As for the arrests the Jedi had conducted, he said they only arrested people breaking the law of Tython. He claimed there was certainly a good reason to arrest the governor himself when he was, since the governor himself is not above the laws. As far as we know, this arrest didn’t lead to any prosecution at the end.

The governor is welcome to address to the Jedi Council whenever he has any complaints about Jedi. For now Master Solo stated he was going to discuss the Governor’s entire speech with the Council and see if any action is needed on their part.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Morrigan Wemyss
    August 26, 2012 at 6:16 AM

    Master Solo stated he was going to discuss the Governor’s entire speech with the Council and see if any action is needed on their part.

    Or he could discuss with the council why they allowed coruscant to fall back into the hands of the mandalorians?

    • August 26, 2012 at 6:52 AM

      The interview occurred before the attack.

  2. August 26, 2012 at 1:55 PM

    “Master Solo told there is no political power to strip from the Jedi since they don’t have any.”

    Ummm…Marsh and a couple of others stripped the Governor of his office without any proper evidence of misconduct. I’d say this qualifies as an instance of Jedi trying to excercise political power.

    “As for the arrests the Jedi had conducted, he said they only arrested people breaking the law of Tython.”

    Ummm…Marsh went after the Governor for supposedly selling Force Crystals even though there isn’t a law against such a thing.

    “He claimed there was certainly a good reason to arrest the governor himself when he was, since the governor himself is not above the laws.”

    There was no actual law to break. As for “good reason”, there wasn’t even any evidence that the Governor did what Marsh accused him of doing. I know. I specifically asked for such evidence and was presented with literally nothing.

    “As far as we know, this arrest didn’t lead to any prosecution at the end.”

    Right. But that’s not because of Marsh. That’s in spite of him. I was ordered by Chancellor Downz to look into this. When I found no evidence of wrongdoing, I had no choice but to reinstate him as Governor.

    Solo, if you’re reading this I want you to know that your heavy-handed actions and all-around elitist attitude toward non-Jedi led to this. While it’s true I think the Governor’s ruling is also on the heavy-handed side(it punishes responsible Jedi as well as elitist mavericks like yourself) it cannot be denied that you’re herding the NJO down a dead end path. You sir, had better do some soul searching before you make things even worse. All of Tython’s eyes are on you. And it’s only beginning. A lot more about you is due to come out very soon.

  3. Kasmiel
    August 27, 2012 at 5:37 AM

    It is not within the Jedi remit to arrest those breaking the laws of Tython, it is within the remit of the Tython Government. The Jedi must simply assist, if requested to, or advise, again if requested to.

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