The first to arrive was a joint Matari team from Boundless Creation and Six Kin Development, who have been engaged in dealing with the Kyonoke outbreak on board the orbital platform of a space elevator in Muttokon, which marked the first known case of Kyonoke Plague ever recorded outside the Caldari State.
A second team from the Empire consisting of bio-engineers and genetic specialists from Inherent Implants arrived shortly afterward, and were seen to be greeted by the team from the Republic in an incredibly rare showing of Amarr-Matari collaboration.
In a show of both solidarity and acceptance, the Federal bio-genetics team from Poteque Pharmaceuticals met fellow genetic engineering and virology specialists from Zainou and Ishukone on the Caldari-Gallente border, before the teams travelled to the H4-RP4 Kyonoke Inquest Center together, arriving a little over an hour ago.
The Keepstar class citadel serving as a base of operations for the development of a solution to the ongoing Kyonoke crisis has remained a hive of activity over the course of the day, with the first expeditions to the stricken RP4 mining platform expected to occur in the coming days.]]>
The Federation Navy and Senate have condemned the actions of Caldari Customs forces, who appear to have engaged the unarmed convoy for violating the border closure mandate that has remained in force since Wednesday.
Representatives from Ishukone and Wiyrkomi have condemned the assault by the State Armed Forces, which destroyed seven unarmed Obelisk class freighters belonging to the Quafe Company, in an engagement that left no survivors.
The Quafe Company has released a statement in the last few moments, "strongly condemning this barbaric and heinous attack" and confirming the flight manifest for all seven vessels. The release of this information revealed that the vessels were crewed by a total of 4,691 Quafe employees, who also maintain status as corporate citizens of the Caldari State, and were fully loaded with empty Quafe classic bottles for a return trip to the Federation.
The flight manifest also shows the route that the vessels were taking from a Quafe Company warehouse in Annaro, to the Quafe Company bottling plant in orbit of Lirsautton VII, which confirms initial reports that the vessels were leaving, rather than entering Caldari territory.
In a statement delivered by Halertan Blan, Quafe's Regional Logistics Director for Everyshore, the company elaborated that "the attack on our unarmed supply vessels was entirely unwarranted and lies in firm breach of both Caldari and interstellar law. The mandate issued by the Chief Executlve Panel prevents vessels registered in the Federation from crossing the border into the state, not vice versa. The attack was an illegal, senseless and unnecessary show of force by the Caldari authorities."
The Quafe Company has confirmed that it has lodged a formal complaint with the Directive Enforcement Department and intends to file criminal charges with the Caldari Business Tribunal against Caldari Customs, with a view to "recovering cost for destruction of assets, along with substantial and adequate compensation for the families of those lost."
The Caldari authorities have remained silent since news broke of the convoy's destruction.]]>
Speaking to a selection of interstellar press whom were invited aboard the structure for the occasion, SoCT Elder Mentor Raish confirmed that the facility is now fully operational, and has been formally designated as the "H4-RP4 Kyonoke Inquest Center".
Adding to the announcement, he stated that the installation "represents the pinnacle of genetic research and development, with the most advanced genetic engineering and bio labs in the cluster".
Elder Raish then elaborated on plans for the future of the Center, including the impending arrival of science teams from the Empire, State, Federation and Republic, commenting that "in the coming weeks, independent capsuleers from across the cluster will join teams selected by sovereign governments, in an effort to work toward a common resolution for the Kyonoke crisis."
Closing the press conference before thanking the media, Raish also confirmed the dates for the YC119 Kyonoke Inquest from April 6th - 8th, two weeks from now.
The Scope observed hundreds of vessels arriving at the Inquest Center this morning, which were rumoured to be delivering laboratory equipment, supplies and HAZMAT containment equipment.]]>
The mandate, which was issued just moments ago, demands "the immediate cessation of all diplomatic engagements with representatives from the Federal Government" along with "the immediate return of all State ambassadors and emissaries operating within Federal border to New Caldari Prime for debrief".
In addition to this, passage of all Gallente non-capsuleer traffic across the Caldari-Gallente border has been suspended by Caldari Customs, and the Chief Executive Panel has warned Caldari corporations currently engaged in business with Gallente registered organizations that no non-capsuleer traffic will be permitted to cross the border into the State, regardless of any pre-approved customs and immigration documentation.
Reports indicate that the vote to enact the mandate was strongly contested in the Chief Executive Panel's boardroom, with Wiyrkomi, Ishukone and Hyasyoda reacting angrily to the proposal and immediately voting against it. Kaalakiota, Sukuuvestaa, Lai Dai and CBD are all believed to have immediately voted to pass the mandate into law.
The final vote was cast by Nugoeihuvi after a heated debate with both Mens Reppola and Kuruta Irio, Chief Executives of Ishukone and Wiyrkomi respectively. The outcome saw Nugoeihuvi siding with the supporting group, consisting of traditionally patriot and practical bloc megacorporations.
Ironically, the move comes on the fourth anniversary of Operation: Highlander, which occurred in YC115 and saw the largest military engagement between the State and Federation since the end of the Caldari-Gallente war in YC12.
While all Caldari megacorporations who have assets and operations within Federal border have their own diplomatic staff and are responsible for their own foreign affairs on a corporate level, this mandate by the CEP effectively cuts off diplomatic ties between the Federal and State governments.
It is expected that diplomats from Ishukone, Wiyrkomi and Hyasyoda will remain within Federal borders, however Kaalakiota, Sukuuvestaa, Lai Dai, CBD, Echelon Entertainment, Nugoeihuvi, Propel Dynamics, Top Down, Ytiri, Caldari Steel and Caldari Constructions have all confirmed that they will recall diplomats, but continue operations for as long as the mandate remains in place.
In the last hour the Ishukone Corporation has confirmed its commitment to remain on Caldari Prime, which lies within Federal borders, and will maintain its presence there along with newly re-established efforts from Wiyrkomi and Hyasyoda.
The Federal administration has declined to comment on the confirmation of the mandate, with thousands of private transports, industrial vessels and commercial starships registered in the Federation already being turned back from crossing the border into the State.]]>
The report, which has no credited author or details of intended recipient and is said to have been leaked from within the Federal Intelligence office, highlights what are believed to be a number of inconsistencies in Caldari Navy and Home Guard records, including irregularities in weapons and equipment inventory at the Kyonoke Pit's security cordon around the time frame that the breach by Ohmon Kasaras is believed to have occurred.
Additionally, the unverified report gives alleged details of Jaron Kasaras' financial history since YC110, with particular focus on his tenure at Kaalakiota whilst former State Executor Tibus Heth served as the corporation's Chief Executive. It also includes detailed evidence that indicates Kasaras, serving at the time as a weapons research and development manager, may have been skimming from budget allocated to his division into an unidentified slush fund account operated by Intaki Bank.
The Chief Executive Panel responded angrily to the allegations this afternoon, with Kaalakiota CEO Haatakan Oiritsuu requesting a formal independent Caldari Business Tribunal investigation into the claims. The request was voted down after executives from Lai Dai, CBD, Nugoeihuvi, Sukuuvestaa and Wiyrkomi all voted against it, apparently united in agreement that the "allegations are nothing more than unverified hearsay".
On leaving the CEP Session, Oiritsuu fielded questions from the interstellar press, affirming Kaalakiota's position that the organization "has nothing to hide" and that "Kaalakiota and the Home Guard will launch its own internal investigation, with or without the assistance of the CEP."
The Corporate Relations Director for the Chief Executive Panel declined to comment further on the day's proceedings.]]>
The circumstances surrounding the breach, which resulted in a number of still unresolved quarantine situations across the cluster, have been called into question by the Federal Intelligence Office in recent days after senior figures within the organization revealed that the FIO is currently undertaking an investigation that may link the appearance of Kyonoke inside Federal borders with an attempted attack by Caldari Nationalists.
Fleet Admiral Mininela Erinen, commander of the State Armed Forces, strongly denied any military involvement in the breach, reminding the press of the State Armed Forces commitment to "persistent, around the clock guard of the Kyonoke Pit in order to prevent unauthorized access".
Continuing her statement, she said that "our concerns at the present moment are with those inside the quarantine cordon in Oijanen II and when the situation is resolved, there will be a full investigation into the cause of the breach, and the motives behind it."
When pressed further regarding the accusations aimed at the State Armed Forces by the interstellar press, and the nature of the Federal Intelligence Office investigation, Admiral Erinen responded that "our priority is with the safety and wellbeing of Caldari citizens. If the FIO has the urge to engage in some form of propaganda war with the State Armed Forces in order to deflect attention from the situation in Postouvin, then they will find it a one sided war. We have no interest in baseless accusations and hearsay."
Erinen closed the press conference by confirming reports that staff from Zainou and Ishukone would be joining a collaborative effort hosted at the Kyonoke Inquest Center in the coming days.]]>
During a statement made to the interstellar press on board FIO Headquarters in Renyn, Thoun Gaterau, Lead Field Agent & Administrator for the Black Eagles, commented that "an investigation is ongoing into the origins of the Kyonoke outbreak In Postouvin, and has been launched to ascertain whether an extremist Caldari Nationalist attack is responsible for the current situation on board the RP4 hemorphite processing platform."
When questioned regarding the nature of the investigation, Gaterau elaborated his belief that "Kyonoke originates on the Caldari side of the border, and until two weeks ago it was a Caldari problem. It does not strike me that the Caldari administration would want to share this problem with the wider cluster given the pathogen's voracious nature, and the certainty of death for anyone who comes into contact with it.
"My personal belief, after exploring the evidence so far with my colleagues, is that an as of yet unknown quantity is involved, and has launched a deliberate attack against the Federation and our allies."
Gaterau deflected further questions regarding the status of those still trapped on board the RP4 mining facility, referring questions to the Senate's Office of Press.]]>
While the identities of the senators involved are unknown at this time, it is known that questions were raised about the unethical treatment of the workforce in the State, after those protesting against conditions on Oijanen II were forced back to work by the enactment of employment contract clauses prohibiting employee involvement in civil unrest.
The audio recording also made unconfirmed mentions of an apparent Federal Intelligence Office investigation into missing Kaalakiota employee Jaron Kasaras.
The talks have now been closed aboard the CONCORD Bureau in orbit of Hatakani VI, after the remaining members of the Chief Executive Panel departed a little over an hour ago, citing lack of a majority presence of CEP members required for decision making.
Requests for comment from the Senate have been met with silence, however the Press Office for Lai Dai quoted Alakoni Ishanoya, their Chief Executive, as describing the talks as a "complete circus, designed to detract from the real issue of Federal interference in State affairs."]]>
Footage released anonymously to the Scope was branded as "heavily edited, sensationalist tabloid reporting" by the Chief Executive of Lai Dai, with several representatives from the Nugoeihuvi News Network commenting that the footage in no way represented the situation on the ground in the city of Myrskaa.
The CEP was also notified this morning of intended actions by megacorporations across the State that have forced protestors back to work by empowering employers to terminate work contracts with individuals seen to be "inciting, promoting, participating in, or enabling civil unrest". The move comes after an anonymous leak from the House of Records revealed that almost forty trillion kredits of value has been wiped off the Caldari stock market due to a downturn of manufacturing and raw materials output over the course of the last two days of protests.
As news broke of actions taken by megacorporations across the State, trade union representatives and civil rights experts in both the Federation and Republic denounced the move, branding it "ridiculous corporate strong-arming" and "violation of the right to freedom of speech and expression."
Workers across the State returned to their jobs this morning, with no further acknowledgement from the Chief Executive Panel.]]>
Representatives from the Supreme Court and the Senate's newly formed Kyonoke Oversight Committee were briefed on the ongoing efforts of Poteque Pharmaceuticals, Duvolle Laboratories and Genolution, who remain in constant communication with the quarantined population of the RP4 industrial installation in Postouvin.
In a statement made by Elelle Hose, a junior Senator from the Vieres constellation of Essence, the situation was branded a "humanitarian crisis of unprecedented proportions" with several more of the group commenting that the treatment of protestors by State Peacekeepers was "uncivilized, barbaric and shameful" after it was revealed that tear gas and non-lethal ballistics have been used to disperse crowds across the State along with the controversial practice of mass kettling.
Head Senator Andon Gardieu confirmed that an offer of Federal Aid to the State to assist with the crisis on Oijanen had been declined, a deal that was apparently in the process of being brokered by the Ishukone corporation.
The Chief Executive Panel has however agreed to meet with representatives from the Roden administration at an undisclosed location, for talks on information sharing between the State and Federation regarding the Kyonoke Plague.
Ishukone hailed the meeting as significant diplomatic step forward, despite the fact that both Lai Dai and Nugoeihuvi declined invitations to attend.]]>
The unrest across several of the most populated systems in the State comes after the release of unauthorized footage from within the Myrskaa quarantine zone, which appears to show conditions of extreme squalor, indicating a breakdown in basic services, amenities and law enforcement.
The footage, which is believed to have been recorded by the combat holocam of a State Peacekeeper or Marine, shows streets piled with biohazard containment bags, human effluent and refuse, burned out military and civilian vehicles, ordnance riddled buildings and roads, and a number of burning administrative offices. The most disturbing parts of the footage show evidence of a number of mass graves filled with countless bodies, which appear to have been excavated in parks and public areas across the city.
Narrated by a muffled voice speaking traditional Napanii, the footage also explains that those inside the quarantine zone were cut off from the outside world completely on February 16th, and that there has been no contact or issue of orders from the Caldari administration since the confirmation of the presence of Kyonoke almost a month ago. The unidentified voice also claims that the death toll inside the nanodome has skyrocketed, with more than eight and a half million deaths confirmed since the quarantine lockdown.
The holovideo, which was passed to the Scope anonymously, has sparked outrage among the Caldari people, with an estimated two billion State citizens across The Forge, Lonetrek, and The Citadel engaging in industrial action and refusing to work in protest. These mass protests mark the largest insurrection among Caldari workers in the history of the State, with many of those refusing to work turning out in peaceful pickets, calling for action to resolve the situation on Oijanen II.
On New Caldari Prime one protest turned violent, when a motorcade carrying Home Guard CEO Sunmenas Ikydoishin to a CEP session was pelted with rocks and raw fish. The incident and ensuing riot resulted in more than a thousand arrests, along with the use of tear gas and non-lethal riot control weaponry by State Peacekeepers.
Reports indicate that Ikydoishin was unharmed in the melee, and that the session with the Chief Executive Panel will commence as planned this evening.]]>
A statement from the Society has confirmed rumors that the organization has begun genetic research on the latest strain of Kyonoke, in an attempt to "either create a vaccine, or an inhibitor with the intention of limiting the spread of the deadly pathogen".
Speaking to the interstellar press in a holo call from the partially constructed research site, Elder Mentor Matshi Raish confirmed that "as soon as the relevant facilities are commissioned, the Society will draft in the best and brightest from all four corners of the cluster with a view to working toward a mutual resolution that can safely resolve the interstellar Kyonoke crisis."
Engineering experts contacted by the Scope for consultation and commentary on the construction project have unanimously agreed that the Kyonoke Inquest Center may possibly be the largest single research and development project in modern history.
Political analysts have also commented that if the Society succeeds in bringing the four administrations currently fighting the Kyonoke plague together, it will be the first time that the Empire, State, Federation and Republic have come together in a collaborative effort for mutual benefit since leaders convened more than a century ago for the Yoiul Conference.]]>
The Gallente Humanist League, Federal Humane Foundation and Gallente Humanist Association staged their own protests outside the Senate chamber today, after it was revealed that an unknown number of Gallente citizens in the employ of CreoDron, who operate a manufacturing facility in the nearby system of Reisen, are being held within the quarantine zone that currently seals off the city of Myrskaa.
Speaking with several protesters who formed part of a fifty thousand strong demonstration outside the Senate chamber, the Scope learned from one individual whose daughter is being held within the zone that "those inside the dome have had no contact with the outside world for almost a month" and that leaked information from sources within the State Peacekeepers suggests that "supplies are running low, with no further shipments of resources being permitted to pass through the cordon for more than a week".
A spokesman for the Federal Humane Foundation responded to questions from the Scope during the protest, elaborating that "the Senate is not doing enough to protect the rights of Gallente expatriates living within the Caldari State, and the treatment of Federal citizens within the Myrskaa quarantine zone has highlighted that this is a growing issue. The Roden administration needs to do more to protect and preserve the rights of those holding Federal citizenship, especially those who reside outside Federal borders."
The Office of Press for the President confirmed its awareness of protests outside the senate chamber, but declined to comment further on the leaked footage of protests outside the Myrskaa quarantine zone, responding simply that the situation was "a matter of State Security within Caldari sovereign territory, that should be address by the Caldari Authorities."
The Senate has so far declined to comment on the footage, or the leaked information from sources within the State Peacekeepers.]]>
Speaking at a conference before the interstellar press, SoCT Elder Mentor Matshi Raish confirmed that the construction project ongoing in close proximity to the stricken RP4 Hemorphite processing facility in orbit of Postouvin's fourth planet will be completed in the coming weeks, and the assembled Keepstar will act as a focal point for inquest operations.
Clarifying the purpose of what has now been branded the "YC119 Kyonoke Inquest" Elder Raish told the press that "the objective of this inquest is not to place blame, but for the administrations of the four empires to come together with their brightest and best, in order to work on a rapid and direct solution to the ongoing crisis. Every moment matters, and teams from the Society have already commenced operations on board the partially finished structure.
"For reasons of operational security, the location of the RP4 facility and the construction project will not be revealed to independent pilots until construction has been finalized. However, efforts are ongoing to bring many independent capsuleers into the fold once the inquest is fully operational."
Elder Raish concluded the conference by offering his thanks to the administrations of the four empires, as well as the thousands of independent capsuleers who have stepped forward with offers of support and aid to assist with the ongoing crisis.]]>
Reppola was targeted after stating that Ishukone would "continue to render any assistance necessary to both the Federation and State, in order to foster an environment of cross-border collaboration during a time of extreme crisis in both nations" with Lai Dai Chief Executive Alakoni Ishanoya standing from her seat at the CEP's debate table to confront the Ishukone CEO.
During an outburst that interrupted the session for several minutes, Ishanoya derided him in front of the other six members of the CEP, branding his statement "traitorous and insulting to the Caldari people" while simultaneously suggesting that Ishukone should "keep its affairs on the Caldari side of the border, and focus on care of the Caldari people."
The session was temporarily suspended for replacement of the Gavel wielded by Puok Kossinen, CEO of the Chief Executive Panel, after he apparently shattered the head from the grip of the ceremonial mallet while bringing the session back to order.
As talks resumed and Kaalakiota Chief Executive Haatakan Oiritsuu offered her more muted agreement that "Ishukone should place its priorities in assisting the Caldari people before assigning further assets outside the jurisdiction of the State", Ishanoya reiterated her disgust with Isuhkone's statement.
As the session concluded, Lai Dai's Press Office declined to comment on their Chief Executive's conduct, however Scope News did manage to field questions to the Ishukone CEO as he arrived on Caldari Prime.
When quizzed regarding Ishanoya's conduct during the session, Reppola responded that "she's a driven woman with the heart of a true patriot. We've never truly seen eye to eye, but she'll always have my respect regardless of how she chooses to express herself. I believe that collaboration without borders is the key to resolving the Kyonoke crisis, which extends far beyond the State's jurisdiction after recent events."
When further questioned about Ishukone's involvement in affairs within the Federation, Reppola offered a simple response, stating that "the Federation was gracious enough to allow us access to Caldari Prime after the conclusion of Operation Highlander. I see this as an olive branch for collaboration, while some on the Panel see it as an insult. I make use of every opportunity presented to me, regardless of the source."
At this time, the Scope's contacts at the Chief Executive Panel remain silent on the disruption that occurred during the session.]]>
Security has remained tight around the unknown number of detainees, who are rumoured to be key links in the narcotics trade in the regions of Solitude, Aridia, Syndicate Placid and Delve.
The undisclosed number of prisoners, believed to be in the region of fifteen individuals, were escorted to DED headquarters in orbit of Yulai X by a flotilla of CONCORD vessels, before being transferred to a detention center on the icy surface of the planet.
In a statement following the operation, DED Director of Operations Arve Vesren offered thanks from the CONCORD assembly to independent capsuleer pilots who "assisted in the destruction and disruption of Guardian Angels infrastructure over the course of the last two weeks, which contributed to the arrest of a number of individuals wanted for narcotics and human trafficking related offenses."]]>
Jaron and Akira Kasaras, the father and sister of Ohmon Kasaras, who was killed during an unauthorized breach of the Kyonoke Pit quarantine cordon earlier this month, are sought for questioning in relation to the incident. The breach of the Kyonoke Pit is believed at this stage to be the root cause of four separate quarantine containment events across New Eden, which have claimed an estimated quarter of a million lives so far.
During a Chief Executive Panel session today that ratified the manhunt, representatives from the Kaalakiota corporation, for which both fugitives previously worked, confirmed that both are now registered missing, with their last known locations listed aboard Nonni I - Kaalakiota Corporation Factory.
In a heated exchange among megacorporate leaders, Home Guard CEO Sunmenas Ikydoishin asserted her belief that Jaron Kasaras, a well known weapons development and research manager for the Kaalakiota Corporation, "may have been abducted or persuaded under duress to assist operations within foreign borders."
When questioned regarding clarifications to her statement, Ikydoishin simply stated that she believed that "Jaron Kasaras may have been seized by the Federal Intelligence Office for interrogation, given the scale of the issue in Postouvin."
Wiyrkomi's leadership reacted angrily, with CEO Kuruta Irio expressing his disgust at the allegations and branding the statement "tactless, undiplomatic and entirely uncalled for during a time of interstellar crisis." His viewpoint was echoed by the Chief Executive of Hyasyoda, who called the statement "completely unfounded accusations, with no supporting evidence."
When contacted for comment, the Federal Intelligence Office's press department failed to respond, however Lead Field Agent & Administrator Thoun Gaterau of the Special Department of Internal Investigations passed comment to Scope reporters while leaving a Senate hearing in Villore, calling the allegations "absolute garbage, with no substance" before remarking that "perhaps the State should focus on the thirty six million citizens they have living in a toxic bubble, rather than the infighting in their leadership's echo chamber, and the tossing around of wild accusations."
The Chief Executive Panel's Corporate Relations Director was unavailable for comment when questioned about the Federal response to the accusations.]]>
The pilot in question, Flight Lieutenant Ohmon Kasaras, was a highly decorated young combat pilot who had served with the corporation for two decades. Aged 38, he was in the early stages of what Home Guard CEOdescribed before the CEP during today's session as a "long and promising career with the State Armed Forces."
When questioned before the CEP regarding Kasaras, his commanding officer, Captain Irma Aatoh, expressed her disbelief at allegations that he would be involved in any form of breach of containment at the Kyonoke pit, remarking that "Kasaras was a patriot through and through. He bled for the State. He was currently on rotational leave for mandatory physical training which began on February 1st, and was due to resume active duty on February 28th. I can not imagine a circumstance in which he would act in a manner that would jeopardize State security. The State Armed Forces were in his blood."
Both the Kaalakiota Corporation and Home Guard gave no further reasoning for the alleged actions of Kasaras, with Home Guard's CEO stating the belief that "Kasaras appears to have acted alone, and at this stage we are entirely unsure of his motives" before adding that "a full investigation will be ordered into his last movements and whereabouts in the days preceding his death. In the meantime, we will be contacting members of his family who are serving tenure with Kaalakiota for additional questioning."]]>
The vessels, which all carry SoCT markings and identification transponders, appear to have commenced the deployment of an Upwell Consortium designed construction scaffold, with numerous jump freighter class vessels arriving to deliver materials and personnel to the site which is within visual distance of the Kyonoke contaminated facility.
Both the Society of Conscious Thought and the press office for the Upwell Consortium, as well as the Federal administration, who would need to approve any construction project in their sovereign territory, have declined to comment on this new development, or what the intention of the construction project may be.]]>
This new revelation, which was made by Field Administrator Abja Etbald of the RSS, accompanied an announcement that the detached orbital platform of the space elevator has been towed to a concealed location in high orbit by Republic Fleet vessels, in order to further distance it from the densely populated planet below.
During the press conference, Administrator Etbald commented that "despite the fact that we have almost a million people currently detained within the quarantine cordon, the RSS believes that the people of Muttokon II have been incredibly fortunate that the fast actions of Freedom Extension prevented the pathogen from reaching the surface" before continuing to elaborate on the decision to tow the platform into high orbit, saying that "should the platform suffer any form of critical systems failure, or detachment from its positioning array, its location in high orbit will allow the Republic Military more time to react, preventing further complications to an already treacherous situation.
Critics of the Shakor administration have been outspoken about his heavy handed approach to problem solving and diplomacy in the past, referencing both the Colelie incident in the wake of Karin Midular's assassination and the Sanmatar's visit to the Amarr Empire last year for the coronation of Empress Catiz I.
A number of opponents have pointed out that the relocation of the platform into high orbit may be a contingency plan to allow its safe destruction, should the situation be unable to be resolved.
This announcement by the RSS brings the total number of sites where Kyonoke has been detected to four, with the Society of Conscious Thought confirming that representatives have reached out to the Tribal Council, with a view to information sharing and assisting with the increasingly dire situation.]]>