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Accused Bekkers Killed in Raider Crash

Posted by Fleet News Service on April 22, 2008

Late in the evening of April 21, 2008, Mason Bekkers, infamous alleged kidnapper was killed. During a cylon attack on the fleet, a raider crashed into the River Delta causing a hull breach that killed the prisoner, who was in the interrogation room.  RD’s emergency bulkheads deployed and protected most on board.

When the attack occurred, Bekkers was secured in the interrogation room while the crew made the usual attack preparations. The raider breached the hull in that room. Bekkers’ body was apparently drawn out through the impact zone when the raider hit. The raider itself was mostly demolished on impact, however, some pieces were found protruding the hull and strewn around the impact zone.

Damage teams from Pacifica, led by Petty Officer Nathaniel Flores, with additional support from the Aerelon Sun were dispatched and able to effect repairs quickly.

Bekkers’ trial, which was scheduled for Saturday, April 26, will not be held.

Sable Babii – Fleet News Reporter


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Trial Date Set for Mason Bekkers

Posted by Fleet News Service on April 20, 2008

For Immediate Release
Office of the Attorney General
April 20, 2008

Saturday, April 26 there will be a trial held to ascertain the guilt or innocence of  Mason Bekkers. Mr. Bekkers is charged as follows:

COUNT 1 – Kidnapping of the Innis Child
COUNT 2 – Kidnapping of Yveka Law
COUNT 3 – Illegal discharge of a firearm
COUNT 4 – Illegal Possession of a firearm
COUNT 5 – Felony Child Endangerment
COUNT 6 – Battery and Felony Endangerment

The location of the trial will be in the new courtroom on Celestra.

Datan Lanzet – Assistant Attorney General

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Kidnapping on TQ Ends Quickly

Posted by Fleet News Service on April 2, 2008

A kidnapping on the Tylium Queen involved the taking of Lieutenant Yevka Laws and the Innis-Barbosa child. The kidnapper demanded that current investigations of him be stopped and the he be absolved of any wrongdoing.

A civilian, Quorum of 12 Representative Cathiee McMillan was wounded in the leg, and was the only casualty. She was treated in Sick Bay on Pacifica.

The perpetrator was quickly captured and the hostages were released unharmed. He is now in custody awaiting charges.

Sable Babii – Fleet News Reporter

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