This is Agent Auren Shan of ASF reporting in. After departing Home One with data analyst Milo Yakoc, the two of us arrived on the run-down space station, MG-226. During preparations for obtaining our transport to Redoubt Station, analyst Yakoc was lured into imprisonment by the leader of a labour-gang, which I intentionally followed her into in order to keep tabs on her. I did so mostly because I knew I’d have the situation under control; I cut the locks and freed us, and in the process freed about a dozen workers the labour-gang were holding captive. I sent those willing to join the Rebellion back to the transport that we arrived with; it wouldn’t give away anything but a rendezvous point anyway.
Against analyst Yakoc‘s wants, I felt the need to revisit some grievances on the labour-gang leader, Zaz, whom we subdued. We were able to retrieve work uniforms from him in order to blend in with the rest of the workforce on MG-226 and began loading goods onto the transport bound for Redoubt Station. We were able to sneak aboard the transport, where I successfully coerced the commander of the ship to surrender to me temporarily, on the condition I spared his and his crew’s lives. We used the transport’s clearance to dock with Redoubt Station, where I tricked our way aboard by faking a medical emergency involving analyst Yakoc. The two of us are now aboard Redoubt Station and are ready to implement the second phase of the operation.
Addendum: Can personnel review analyst Milo Yakoc’s Imperial and Alliance criminal records for arrests or convictions for prostitution?