|Citizens of the Galaxy:
As you may have read in the recent headlines, Prince Qel Dar, leader of the Black Sun, has begun courting Trade CMGs in the name of strengthening the economy and such. He announced that the Sun\'s newly appointed Ambassador, Acria Larkin, would be making visits to several Trade CMG headquarters, and that ours, Nal Hutta would be first in line. Well, I would like to inform you that Ms. Larkin did arrive on time.
As she landed in the city of Pawa, the capital of Nal Hutta, she and her two aides were greeted by a contigent of security personnel and taken directly to a jail cell. The Hutt Council is disgusted that the Black Sun would send Rebel scum into our territory. Her past is widely known as a leader of the Rebel terrorists, and we will not over look such crimes.
Ms. Larkin will be transported to Farfin, in Imperial space, where she will be arraigned for high crimes against the Empire. It is quite surprising that Ms. Larkin was even willing to approach Imperial/Hutt space being the traitor she is. Surely she knows that the Council is a protectorate of the Galactic Empire. Perhaps the Black Sun will learn a lesson in diplomacy and tact, something they seem to be lacking recently.
As for Ms. Larkin\'s aides: they will be thoroughly interrogated by Imperial intelligence agents to determine whether they have any information which could be used as evidence in Acria Larkin\'s criminal proceedings. Once they have revealed all the information they have, they will be released, declared persona non grata, and given 72 hours to leave the planet. I reccomend to the Black Sun that they send a representative - one who is not a criminal - to claim their employees as soon as possible.
Additionally, Ms. Larkin\'s ship will be impounded and its memory banks scanned for information regarding her previous employment with the Rebel traitors. All information in memory will be recorded, handed over to Imperial authorities, then erased off the ship\'s computer. If the Black Sun would like the ship back, they will have to pay fines for the impounding of the ship, as well as the costs associated with the scanning and recording the ship\'s logs. Should the Sun choose not to pay these fines, the ship will be seized and become property of the Hutt Council.
I would like to remind you that all the actions being taken are, of course, legal under Imperial law.
Angobba the Hutt
Executive Chair-Hutt, Hutt Council