|Citizens of the Galaxy:
Today\'s events have been more than pleasing. It was quite a relief to see the criminal, Acria Larkin, tried and convicted for her treacherous deeds. It is also noteworthy that Ms. Larkin *confessed* to her wrong doings, and without coercion mind you. This should lay to rest any qualms the Rebels or any others may have with the \"fariness\" of the Imperial legal system. Had this trial taken place in the courts of the Rebel Alliance, weeks and months of proceedings would have ensued all for the sake of \"fairness\". But the Imperial legal system is so very efficient, that we need only accept the defendant\'s plea. There are no other court dates for sentencing, etc. It is swift and easy. Fairness always comes in to play, as the courts are always sure that justice is served by removing criminals from the streets and protecting the honest, law-abiding citizens of the Empire. This is clearly the best policy any government has to offer.
Some of you may be wondering what exactly has developed between the Black Sun and the Hutt Council since the last update. I am happy to report that no fleet has yet arrived in our system, and we are certain they will never come. The Black Sun, once again, has failed to produce any evidence of the strength they claim exists. Let this be a shining example to all who might see it that they are nothing more than crooked theives. They have no means of attacking others, and certainly cannot defend themselves. Do not be bullied by these sheep in wolves\' clothing.
Angobba the Hutt
Executive Chair-Hutt, Hutt Council