Sumiki Posted August 1, 2016 Share Posted August 1, 2016 (edited) By Epigo, Southern Continent Gazette BO-KIMA, TREN KROM PROVINCE—A reclusive Bo-Matoran (name unknown) was forcibly taken from the public square several bio outside the local Suva by several Toa, one of whom operates from said Suva. Confirmed reports state that at least three Toa, as well as two unidentified bipedal Rahi, rushed and apprehended the Matoran. --It is unclear exactly why the Matoran was detained. Bo-Kima’s own Turaga Drekka came forward with a statement saying that the Matoran was arrested for “illegal experimentation on Matoran and Rahi of the Southern Continent,” with no further details given. The local Toa involved with the arrest could not be reached for comment. Requests to disclose the Matoran’s name were also ignored. --Several Matoran in Bo-Kima offered their own theories, the most popular of which links the arrest to the mysterious disappearance of a Ta-Matoran named Luqyr three weeks ago, who was discovered about a kio down the Tren Krom River with his heartlight missing and his chest armor removed. Official investigation into this apparent homicide is “still ongoing” according to a statement given last week by Turaga Drekka. Further inquiry into the status of this investigation has been ignored. --Two independent reports state that several large and unidentified footprints were seen in the mud and flora near the Suva around the area of the arrest. The reports also state that the Bo-Matoran appeared to struggle with thin air prior to the appearance of the Toa and Rahi. These eyewitnesses claim to have seen the Bo-Matoran in question “knock his mask sideways” on something. “It must have been completly [sic] invisible,” one of the reports state. However, none of the witnesses saw a Huna—a Mask of Invisibility—on any of the Toa involved in the arrest. --“I always thought that he was strange,” an anonymous Matoran told the Gazette, referring to the arrested Matoran. “He would always keep to himself. I talked with him a few times and he always seemed nice enough, but just a little … odd.” --Other citizens expressed similar feelings, and no one seemed to know his name. --“I always thought that he always wanted to keep something for himself, you know?” a Ga-Matoran, Puone, told us. “This community is so tight-knit that I always wondered if he was just an outsider, just wanted to be left alone.” --When asked about the claims of “illegal experimentation,” the citizens were mixed. --“Yeah, it makes sense that he might be involved with Luqyr’s death,” Puone said. “With the town mostly made of Bo-Matoran, those not of that element are outsiders by nature. It makes it even weirder that he was an outsider to everyone.” --The Matoran’s whereabouts are currently unknown, leaving prominent Matoran activists in the Tren Krom River province aghast. --“The actions of the Toa and Rahi against a member of the Bo-Kima community cannot be overlooked,” said Hakoar, a Vo-Matoran and right hand of provincial capital Kima-Nui Turaga Qaiu. “There is no accountability or oversight to their actions and given the lack of official statements, no evidence that the accused will receive a fair trial for his alleged crimes. Those responsible for his arrest should come forward for the sake of transparency.” --More to this story will be added as the case unfolds. ■ -------------Review Topic Edited August 1, 2016 by Sumiki 2 avatar by Lady Kopaka Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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