I was suspicious. In one day two people who I barely knew both made unbelievable propositions to me. Sutt asked me to go on an intelligence mission. His motive was obvious, he didn't trust me and wanted to track my actions and decisions. This however, would require a spy.
That's where Jaim Twer comes in. He presented himself as a trader retired into politics and boasted of his education, but had never heard of a Seldon crisis. I knew right then that all he had told me was fake and he was a spy for Sutt. I didn't know why I was being spied on but I had to be careful.
When the missionary sought refuge on our ship and a mob appeared out of nowhere, I had a feeling that it was a move by Sutt. I didn't know how or why he was doing it yet but I knew it was him.
Mallow starts presenting his case.
The Trial of
He talks about figuring out that Twer was a spy for Mallow.
He begins to explain his perception of the events of that fateful day.
Mallow continues his testimony.
Right after the missionary had boarded the ship, I got rid of Twer for a short time by sending him after my officers. While he was gone, I set up a Visual Record reciever, so I could look back over the events of that day, specifically the leader of the mob, Jord Parma.
Mallow plays the visual recording.
Mallow makes his final statement. And is cheered on by everyone present. He won the case!
If you enhance the video and focus on Parma's wrist, there is a tattoo that says KSP, Korellian Secret Police. We were miles away from every city so the mob had to be staged. None of them were real, it was a set up by Sutt! This entire case is a farse!
LONG LIVE MALLOW! LONG LIVE MALLOW! LONG LIVE MALLOW!