Machina Station

Excerpts of the Security Office Logs on Machina Station, a transshipment platform orbiting the L3 point in the Marten System.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Security Entry #43155 – 2nd Shift Handover Report

2359 – 21.09.2308

Shipping Log:
Ships Arriving:

1711 – FIF Sigma56 – Slip B-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1809 – FIF Gamma090 – Slip B-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

1838 – SS Beberibe – Slip B-1
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2059 – FIF Gamma279 – Slip C-2
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2116 – SS ER PERTH – Slip B-10
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2121 – FIF Alpha61 – Slip C-5
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2137 – FIF Gamma145 – Slip C-7
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2148 – SS Newark – Slip C-6
-Refueling; Crew R&R

2252 – SS Ramsay – Slip B-11
-Refuel & Repair; See Station Engineers Report

2341 – FIF Gamma048 – Slip C-3
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

2355 – FIF Alpha52 – Slip C-4
-Transshipment – Referred to CDO

Ships Departing:

1530 – SS Batak – Slip A-2
-Shuttle Service: Marten Control

1609 – FIF Gamma233 – Slip B-2
-Private Consignment

2003 – SS Texas – Slip C-6
-Private Consignment

2155 – SS VEGA DAVOS – Slip B-12
-Private Consignment

2334 – FIF Sigma05 – Slip B-4
-Private Consignment

2348 – SS Slinger – Slip B-9
-Private Cruise

2352 – SS Matabele – Slip B-6
-Private Cruise

2354 – SS HAMBURG – Slip C-5
-Private Consignment

Officer of the Watch Report:

Official recognition and approval of budget extension for Brig Cell Block 02 (formerly the SSO Lobby) has been retroactively approved by the SCO. Budgetary extension have been approved specifically for Brig rations and re-zoning of the space. Budgetary requests for infrastructure improvements to the new Brig Cell Block have been denied at this time. In consultation with the Cmdr. Walsh, Lt. Anderson has also denied requests for parole for inmates held in BCB02, due to the flight risk posed by the IAKU ship still in dock. These policies will remain in effect until a hearing before an Imperial Magistrate can be held to confirm or modify them.

In response to complaints filed by multiple station staff and visitors, Officers Chuck and Harkin were dispatched to the station concourse to investigate claims of harassment on the part of “Crazy People.” Sleuth Robert and three other members of the Order of the Holy Candlestick were detained and questioned before being released on bail for charges of assault and disturbing the public rest. Members of the Order admitted to offering high-protein packets of dehydrated gruel and medical examinations performed by members of the Order. Sleuth Robert further admitted to being insistent on the examinations with certain individuals due to their “Obvious malnutrition and state of shock”. These conditions were, he claims, caused by the “Severe spiritual catastrophe that has recently taken place.”

Sleuth Robert was warned that, under the conditions of his parole, he and the other charged members of the Order are to refrain from imposing their offered aid on those who do not request it. Relevant persons were also reminded that any further disruption will result in mandatory detention until the case can be heard by an Imperial Magistrate.. Victims of the event have been referred to the Station Councilor should they require advice regarding the episode.

At his request, Sleuth Robert’s remarks regarding malnutrition on the station have been forwarded to the SCO and station Cafeteria. A transcript of Sleuth Robert’s interview is available on request.

Sgt. Penn
OTW – 2nd Shift

2359 – 21.09.2308

posted by Penn at 12:33 am  

1 Comment »

  1. Lt. Anderson,
    Would you be so kind as to stop by my “office” in regards to a conversation I just had with a member of station personnel. The young man in question has expressed that he did accept help/consultation from the Candlestick people but after doing so he has been on the receiving end of endless “visits” from them that are starting to border on stalking.

    L. Tillich
    Machina Station Councilor

    Comment by Tillich — February 2, 2009 @ 8:53 pm

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