SEBIESTOR TRIBE DISPUTES JURISDICTION OF SARO AGENTS AS INVESTIGATION TEAM ARRIVES IN MATAR’S MIKRAMURKA COAST
As a member of the Rhiannon clan, of Sundsele, Mikramurka, and of the Sebiestor tribe, I would very much like either SARO or the tribe itself to release further information on the nature of the investigation ongoing on our lands, and on the proceedings that have led to yet another outsider meddling in tribal matters.
The Amo riots were barely pacified by the Tribal Council’s swift action on the boundary violations of tribal jurisdiction, the return of illegally detained individuals to the custody of kin courts, and by removal of the individuals whose responsibility of preventing such violations would have been to niches more suitable for their capabilities. This was a much needed and generally well-received step in the pacification of the matter and did well to hold back the escalating inter-tribal tensions.
There is no doubt that where Deathglow falls from the skies and criminal organizations known for utilizing semi-legal warclones have been involved in the murders of key witnesses, SARO expertise might have a place and a joint investigation might be called-for. Assistance could be welcome if properly offered.
However, jurisdiction is still a thing. As neither the key circles responsible for the security in the main cities nor kin of the Deathglow attack and Sundsele Six victims, have been properly consulted about this involvement, it is difficult to see it as anything else but a new attempt to interfere with and impede the tribal investigations into the “Sundsele Six” case. Such impressions will not help SARO in conducting their investigation - whatever it is about.
We do not need foreign agents overstepping boundaries and meddling in tribal matters, especially as both tribal and international communities are still reeling from the Triglavian situation and co-operation in occupied systems hangs from a very thing thread.
It is entirely possible to deal with criminal elements without continuous provocations of this nature. Mikramurka Coast is tribal heartlands. While it has its highs and lows, it is not a warzone, not a crime haven. Most of it is not a particularly international place; there is usually very little strife of that nature; no more than anywhere between mostly amicable rivals of the same tribe. People will generally co-operate with their legal tribal authorities and seek resolution with others.