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Reporting Personnel:Ryu'Daken Mo'taki

Rank of Reporting Personnel:Assistant

Personnel Involved: Terrence Frank (Internal Affairs) Tyrone Frankis (Bartender) Jo'Zah Saani (Shaft Miner) Rasine Ha'kim (Cargo Tech) Lori Alvarez (Chief Engineer)

Time of Incident:

Location of Incident:Bar, Locker Room

Nature of Incident: []Workplace Hazard []Accident/Injury []Destruction of Property []Neglect of Duty []Harassment []Assault [x]Misconduct [x]Other Extreme Racism/Specieism (Place an x in the box that applies. If other, replace line and specify.)

Overview of the Incident: At the begining of the shift, without permission, and agaisnt directive #5, the bartender tore up the floor of the bar and replaced it with grass and disco lights. This caused an upset, causing people to get headaches and it was just generally ugly. There were no chairs either so it was not a very comforting place. Ryu decided that he'd be able to slightly modify a room, since the bartender was granted immunity by the IAA, he figured he was as well. He asked the bartender for his left over material and brought it back to the locker room. There was a bat in the crate, which he was going to use if patrons at ryus bar would get rowdy, like the bartenders shotgun. So he moved some tables, some vending machines, placed some chairs and put up a door, and invited everyone to come. Meanwhile, the bartender was aiming his shot gun at everyone and stabbing himself with a screwdriver in the real bar. Jo'Zah and Rasine had entered the bar and were conversing having a pleasent time. The bat was on the ground behind the bar set of tables. Terrence entered and demanded he be arrested on vandalism charges as well as "having a bat" which is not a charge. The Cheif Engineer, Jo'Zah and Rasine had both stated that this only happened because Ryu is Tajara. He can not work in the same place where someone this closed minded works.

Did you report it to a Head of Staff or IAA? If so, who?: Negative

Additional notes: The bartender was never arrested for modifying the bar

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Greetings Mr. Mo'Taki,

As one of the heads of staff on the committee who had discussed the implementation of Directive 5, he feels it is his duty to explain and clarify how this directive functions.


Directive 5:

Regarding Remodeling and Cosmetic Alterations

To clarify when, who, and how non-structural, non-atmospheric, non-electrical modifications to an area of the station may be performed.

Cosmetic remodeling of a department may be performed by any staff with written and signed consent of the department in question. Cosmetic alteration to general areas, such as hallways, arrivals, and departures, require consent from the Chief Engineer, The Captain, or (in absence of both) Command as a whole.


The second paragraph of Directive 5 is the most important here. The bartender, or any other staff member with a department of their own, is permitted to perform cosmetic changes to their area as they see fit. These modifications may be overridden, naturally, by their superiors. As the bartender had chosen to remodel the bar to his liking and was fully within his right to do so.

This, however, does not cover modifications made by personal outside of the department. As you were assigned as an assistant at the time, your modifications were not covered by that clause, and were thus vandalism unless you obtained written consent from the head of personal or captain for the area in question (the locker room). As you were indeed arrested and charged, he does not believe this to be the case.

In addition, and he had to look this up, bats are considered class-C contraband (potentially deadly weapons) and are not permitted on the station unless explicitly cleared by the head of security. Which he also seriously doubts you had done as you were arrested and charged with contraband.

He has worked closely with Agent Terrence Frank in the past and has found the human strict, professional, and entirely impartial in all of their work on-station. He has personally not been subject to specisim or discrimination at the hands of the agent, despite many audits, inspections, and lengthy discussions regarding his staff's activities. While there are many agents that he would question the impartiality of, Mr. Frank is not one of them.

Be safe,

Nasir Khayyam, CE, NSS-Aurora

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