REGINA/REGINA (2314-A788899-A) 201-1105
Last night a series of explosions ripped through Vehicle Assembly Building No. 3 of the General Shipyards facility on Pixie. Both company and military investigators on the scene report that the damage was almost certainly the work of
saboteurs. General Shipyard’s Vehicle Assembly Building No. 3 housed the main assembly line for the production of L-Hyd drop tanks….
Imperial Navy Commander Lobeck hault-Donesev, the naval system liaison officer on the L-Hyd project, announced that Naval Counter-Intelligence was exploring the possibility that the sabotage was the work of Ine Givar terrorists. Ine Givar activity in the Regina subsector has thus far been limited to scattered and ineffective strikes on Efate and Feri, but this incident “definitely bore their signature,” he explained.
General Shipyard’s press secretary Harcord Haveln, however, discounted any political motives for the sabotage.“There are commercial concerns in the subsector that place their own self-interest above that of the population as a whole,” he said. When pressed for an explanation, he refused to elaborate.
The public affairs officer of the Pixie office for Naval Counter- Intelligence refused an interview later in the day but issued a press release disavowing any responsibility for the remarks of Commander hault-Donesev and stating unequivocally that NCI had no evidence whatsoever of Ine Givar activity on Efate, Feri, or Forboldn.
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