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Shady Business, Politics, and an Execution Scheduled at Hutt Night

November 1, 2012

GNN Reporter Daana Kira attended the latest Hutt night.

This week was more quiet during the public audience that the Hutt Council gives. In attendance were Shaka and Issulla the Hutts.

Ba’to trying to explain his money making scheme.

First to come speak to the Council was Ba’tothe Hutt who wanted to talk about a new currency program. It seemed to a pyramid scheme of sorts that even the Hutt council was wary of and the visiting Hutt was dismissed.

Senator Tafo speaking politics with teh Hutts.

Next Senator Sapphire Tafo of Tython came to speak to the council about the conditions on her planet. She first told that repairs to the Terentatek park were almost completed, though recently a Jedi was bitten by the creature. What she was doing in the creature’s habitat is unknown at this time. She then announced that for now her feud with the governor had cooled off and she hopes the governor manages to do something for Tython. Next she regretted some of the Jedi didn’t understand the business relation of Tython and the Hutts though their opinion was inconsequential. Lastly she stated parties are planned across Tython to celebrate its liberation.

In response to Shaka’s inquiries, Senator Tafo stated said she hoped elections for all public officials on Tython would soon be held. Secondly on the matter of the Jedi being bit, Chelsea Blauvelt believed the Jedi was in serious condition due to poising from the Terentatek. The Hutts then finished talking about all the kidnappings of Senators that have occurred recently before Miss Tafo moved from the stage.

Sihivus Verne warning Hutts of a bad business deal.

Following Senator Tafo, Sihivus Verne took the stage. She was warning the Hutts of a smuggler who had come to do business with the Hutts a couple of weeks. Sihivus stated the smuggler and her partner had failed to deliver to her pure cortosis and instead passed off junk. The Hutts said that if this smuggler did the same to them she would be fed to the Sarlaac.

On a final note, Shaka the Hutt stated that Princess Thalia of Velmor was to be put to death for her involvement in the death of Huttila the Hutt. Senator Tafo tried to speak on her behalf, but the Shaka cited how the Republic had executed Admiral Wiseman without thought. The Senator even tried to convince Admiral Abyssus, but her pleads fell on death ears. With this Hutt Night came to an end for an execution on the following day.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

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  1. stdownz
    November 1, 2012 at 2:01 PM

    “On a final note, Shaka the Hutt stated that Princess Thalia of Velmor was to be put to death for her involvement in the death of Huttila the Hutt. Senator Tafo tried to speak on her behalf, but the Shaka cited how the Republic had executed Admiral Wiseman without thought.”

    I would like to point out that the Republic had no involvement in the death of Admiral Wiseman. The death of Admiral Wiseman was carried out by the Grand Army, for reasons that they had. The republic had no connection in this. Oh and before someone brings up the argument that they are “The Grand Army of the Republic”. Well they are not, nor have they ever been the official and sole military of the Republic. The actions of Wisemans death was done in the name of the Grand Army and not the Republic.

    Therefor we ask for the hutts to release the Republic prisoner.

    • Sapphire Tafo
      November 2, 2012 at 5:10 AM

      I pleaded the Republic and the Grand Army were always distinct of each other. But such a distinction remains understandably opaque for outsiders; whenever one misbehave on their eyes, their actions rub on the other.

  2. November 1, 2012 at 4:18 PM

    stdownz :
    I would like to point out that the Republic had no involvement in the death of Admiral Wiseman. The death of Admiral Wiseman was carried out by the Grand Army, for reasons that they had. The republic had no connection in this. Oh and before someone brings up the argument that they are “The Grand Army of the Republic”. Well they are not, nor have they ever been the official and sole military of the Republic. The actions of Wisemans death was done in the name of the Grand Army and not the Republic.

    Actually…

    Wait, first. “Grand Army of the Republic.” If you’re admitting that name is misleading, then by all means continue to use it, with no effort being made to change it to be more accurate. Continuing to use the name when it has no bearing on reality is really cool- though if you changed Grand to Darkness then you could pass as a legitimate Sith group. Perhaps Darkness Under the Radical Republic. If Byss doesn’t clamor for you, we all know the Galactic Empire’d be rolling out the red carpet.

    If you made any effort before, as, or after being chancellor you could have kept that accurate. I don’t blame you though; back room deals with DOR on Nar Shaddaa are probably much more fun.

    As for the rest of that nonsense.

    You are quick to claim that Wise’s execution had nothing to do with the Republic now. How quick you are to forget the justification given for Wise’s summary execution after GAR abused the jurisdiction and sovereignty of another Republic world, citing Republic martial law authority, in order to extradite Wise from Tython in order to summarily execute him on Bakura.

    https://galacticnewssl.wordpress.com/2011/11/29/martial-law-lifted-in-the-republic/#comment-7458
    “Wise was Executed in Republic Space. As a man guilty of Treason against the Republic and The Grand Army thereof.”

    Here’s some more, for your reading pleasure, and to jog the memories of those who can’t recall past their breakfast.

    https://galacticnewssl.wordpress.com/2011/11/26/death-ofa-former-gar-captain-and-hutt-admiral/

    https://galacticnewssl.wordpress.com/2011/11/27/nar-shaddaa-first-reactions-at-admiral-vise-death-announce/

    This one I find particularly great:

    “This isn’t mere assumption. After the incident, the Chancellor and I visited Bakura to see what the Hell was going on. I heard some very interesting things from ARC Trooper Wraith and his cohorts:

    1. According to him, the GAR can do whatever it wants without consulting anybody or being accountable to anyone but their own commander. No, I’m not joking.

    2. The GAR does not have to keep a line of communication open with the Senate or share intelligence with them.

    3. They told us that they act “for the people”. I found that strange because how exactly are the people (of Tython, for example) supposed to hold them accountable for the loss of aid as well as the loss of increased economic revenoue? Shaka the Hutt was going to start operations there. Because Republic law forbids slavery, this meant Shaka was going to have to hire local Tython citizens and pay them wages and benefits in accordance with Tythonian law. Poof! That is probably vanished in a puff of smoke right now.”

    https://galacticnewssl.wordpress.com/2011/11/27/nar-shaddaa-first-reactions-at-admiral-vise-death-announce/#comment-7398

    So yeah- I think the Republic ought to be sending an enormous thank-you holocard to GAR about now. Sorry, I mean to DURR.

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