|leather jacket||Moussaoui's bag s/w||Photo 1|
|gold t-shirt Ultra Cool Daddy-O||TSI Hurricane, wv, "xlge"||Photo 2|
|black drawstring pants with wallet inside||Jerzees 3XG||Photo 3|
|Sweatshirt, XL, CSActive||upper pocket has ISIC card application||Photo 4|
|Hugo Boss gray t-shirt||"Calvin Klean" left sleeve||Photo 5|
|fleece insert||for leather jacket||Photo 6|
|synthetic fabric stiped robe (Islamic)||no tags||Photo 7|
|Jr United Home fashion black + gold towel||Jubatus Bath $3.99 barcode, made in Pakistan||Photo 8|
|Khaki/gold v-neck shirt||Kagelun collection, Asian print on label, size 50||Photo 9|
|Cotton blue t-shirt||Classic Apparel, size XL||Photo 10|
|"Cotton" black t-shirt||Size XL||Photo 11|
|Cotton t-shirt||White, Nike Air, Delta XL||Photo 12|
|Red fleece short zip||No pockets, CS Active, XL||Photo 13|
|Navy-patterned cloth tube||PI (rama minasari #927||Photo 14|
|Ciro sports jacket||brown-blend, Citterio 42R||Photo 15|
|Vest, no manufacturer||brown-blend, 42R||Photo 16|
|Cargo pants||Roger Ventre Size 40||Photo 17|
|Ralph Lauren shirt||polo, sailboats, XXL||Photo 18|
|shiny green/gold slacks||Bonanza, size 40||Photo 19|
|Horne Bros. lilac dress shirt||drycleaning ticket 6-04-99 17" neck||Photo 20|
|suit pants to #15, #16||36-34||Photo 21|
|Cotton blue t-shirt||Classic Apparel, size XL, same as #10||Photo 22|
|Bonanza dress pants||black, 40||Photo 23|
|No Fear t-shirt||grey, no size, no label||Photo 24|
|Beige cotton turtleneck||Primark Essentials, made in Cambodia, XL, colours||Photo 25|
|Delta Nike Air t-shirt||offwhite, XL||Photo 26|
|Reebok Vneck gray shirt||longsleeve, no size, Gr. Britain Union Jack flag||Photo 27|
|Kaqelun shortsleeved top||gray, size 54||Photo 28|
|black turtleneck||no markings||Photo 29|
||green stitching inside||Photo 30|
|gray, black + white||scarf w/ fringe||Photo 31|
|Memphis Blues Cotton Boxers - M-||made in pakistan||Photo 32|
|red plaid boxers - M-||made in pakistan||Photo 33|
|navy cartoon network scoobydo boxers - M-||made in pakistan||Photo 34|
|black Primark Essentials turtleneck||Made in Cambodia||Photo 35|
|maroon pair of socks||x||Photo 36|
|black crochet head covering||Islamic||Photo 1|
- Note that the non-American spelling of colour is underlined
I am proud to stand here before you today, and tell you that Eidola's recent war with the Krath Pirates has come to a close, with Eidola victorious again. Humbled by their loss of territory, Krath leader Frezt Raleigh approached me this afternoon to formally turn over one of his prized systems in the Kathol sector, to stem Eidola's continued assault against his larger holdings.
Originally asked to cede control of a system in the Kathol sector for use as an Eidola supply base, the Krath pirates defied Eidola's request. As a result, Eidola Quartermasters from Sevarcos, Marlavir, Ison and Vionix convened an immediate war council and resolved to attack the nearby Kathol sector until Krath forces offered their surrender.
As the Eidola brigands landed on Shintel and began fortifying their positions, Krath originally scoffed and dismissed their attempts as immaterial. The following day, Eidola sent a force of cutlass-wielding diplomats to visit local politicians and they immediately renounced their allegiance to Krath, plunging the planet into anarchy overnight.
Taking advantage of their foreknowledge, Eidola crews snuck over to the remaining Krath city and built three new cities on each side of it, effectively boxing it in and isolating it from any possible assistance. In addition, one of the Krath commanders who had been organising ground defences against the Eidola invasion announced his defection and joined Eidola. Only a week after the initial council had voted to go to war, already the tide was turning in Eidola's favour.
By the time Krath was able to retake control of their key planet, hundreds of residents loyal to the Eidola force had begun moving into skyscrapers their pirate overlords were constructing for them. When local polls showed that 51% of the population preferred the new Eidola rule to the old Krath regime, I sent a final warning to the leader of Krath that he had to turn over a Kathol system to Eidola within 48 hours or further attacks would begin against other Kathol holdings in neighbouring sectors.
Bowing to the growing pressure as two new Eidola warlords brought their own fleets to bear on the faltering planet, Lord Frezt Raleigh agreed to turn over the system of Corjain to exclusive Eidola control in exchange for having the security of Shintel assured. Being a reasonable pirate queen, I conceded and the deal was formalised this evening.
This marks another successful completion in Eidola's "Year 9 Initiatives" which involved securing foothold systems in the southern sectors where they did not already have a solid presence. The capture of Corjain in Kathol, Ison in Churba and Alisandor in Tapani puts Eidola almost perfectly on schedule as we begin to focus our eyes on the three remaining sectors.