For the sake of time, I will try and keep this brief. A loophole in Regulation 83-A requires that the general public have access to non-mission critical information if so prompted.
In order to prevent a PR nightmare, the Major has asked that I handle any inquires, albeit in an informal way, to satiate this requirement. That is as long as I’m caught up with all of my other duties.
((The ask box is officially open! Not entirely sure how this is going to go, but at least it will be fun. The disappointing lack of lady ask blogs in this fandom surprises me greatly.))
This prompt is so old, I might cry.
Elara found direct confrontations to be the most effective way of extracting a confession, especially when both potentially guilty parties were present. After several years of trial and error, she had developed a standard procedure. Once she had reason to suspect anything, the slightest lie or deception, she jumped into her interrogation. She didn’t even need to use words to chastise anymore. A well-placed glare, arms folded, was more than enough to obtain the desired results. Then, wait.