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Second Trial of Captain Sharizar Stormfrost Commences

February 3, 2013

GNN reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide attended the second trial of Sharizar Stormfrost which occurred on Velmor.

Trial of Captain Stormfrost begins

” large crowd was in attendance to watch the trial of Captain Sharizar Stormfrost for robbery and murder. Robert Lavois was acting judge, while Velmor ambassador Sunamoon acted on behalf of the Captain and Tiffany Vandergraff-Lavois prosecuted the case.

The prosecution case was predicated on witness testimony and the file footage of the robbery while the defense made a plea of not-guilty but then put in a defense of self-defense, defense of necessity and then what seemed to be a defense of insanity.

Nadia Willis was the first witness. She was another young worker at the museum and described what happened the night of the robbery. She was also a good friend of the worker which was killed. She stated that on the night of question, several people barged in the museum disabled the guards and began looting.

Case being presented.

She pointed out that Captain Sharizar seemed to be in charge and that the former Senator Sapphire Tafo was also present telling people not to interfere and that they would be done soon. She then said her friend tried to stop the pirates with a knife and said she was shot by one of the male thieves but then later said she was confused on the matter after the defense asked her if it could have been the Captain that pulled the trigger.

A recording from the museum then was played for the court showing the actual incident and the death of the young woman.The prosecution then rested, though lead prosecutor had to leave. In a surprise move Atrox of the Sith Empire then asked to continue as the prosecutor because in a diplomatic move the Sith Empire wanted to see the Captain brought to Justice as well since she was wanted for crimes in their territory as well. Atrox said instead of going through a lot of bureaucracy or other trouble they would allow Velmorean justice to punish the lady. After an objection by the defense, the judge allowed Atrox to continue as prosecutor.

Large explosion rocks the justice hall

The Defense then began asking her client questions, who confessed to the crime and even said that yes she had pulled the trigger that killed the young girl. But in her defense she said it was necessary because the girl had gone crazy and was a danger to everyone. The captain then began acting erratically, talking about ghosts and other matters. Sunamoon asked the judge to convene the trial for her client to get a mental evaluation. The Judge first refused.

After the apparent confession of the defendant, Atrox began his closing statement, but the behavior of the defendant became more bizarre and the Judge order the trial to be put on hold pending an evaluation of her. However, Atrox continued speaking until an explosion was triggered.

Shuttle waiting the escapee

Several people were killed instantly with Atrox being severally injured himself though was able to leave with his guards who were also after the now running Captain Sharizar. In the panic and chaos it seems they were able to leave Velmor. The court itself was left in a catastrophic state with injured and dead sprawled out everywhere. At this time the casualty toll and who managed to escape the explosion is still unclear. GNN will continue to cover the aftermath and to the whereabouts of the Captain and Sith Imperial officials.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

  1. Concerned Citizen of the Galaxy
    February 3, 2013 at 9:19 AM

    I thought it was said on another article that there would be competent people in the seats of this trial. What experience did any of them have in the past at doing anything at all in the judicial branch of the government?

  2. Drake Tylo
    February 3, 2013 at 2:12 PM

    Well…That escalated quickly.

  3. Sapphire Tafo
    February 7, 2013 at 2:13 PM

    I don’t think it’s how the Justice shall be done.

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