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Illegal mining in Klingon EjDo’ System reaches new death toll


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EJDO’ V — An undercover operation into the illegal mining facility located on EjDo’ V – the small rock ball planet orbiting the system’s G4 yellow star – has uncovered a slew of disease, violence and rising fatalities that has gone under the radar of the Klingon Empire.

Klingon authorities have long been aware of the illegal mining operations occurring in the EjDo’ system, but have done little to stop their spread. Reports indicate that the miners are subjected to harsh working conditions and are often exposed to dangerous pollutants and radiation as they extract valuable minerals from the planet’s crust.

The miners are believed to come from all over the Empire, lured by promises of high pay, only to find themselves in a brutal and dangerous environment. The miners, in many cases, are paid in-kind, receiving only a fraction of what they were promised.

In the wake of the undercover investigation, the Klingons have made a concerted effort to clamp down on illegal mining operations. A series of raids have been conducted, with numerous arrests and confiscations of equipment.

While these efforts are certainly a step in the right direction, it is clear that much more must be done to address the tragedy of illegal mining on EjDo’ V. The miners must be provided with better working conditions, and the Klingon Empire must take action to ensure that this illegal and dangerous activity is stopped.

As Senator Kehla stated in a recent interview, “We must do more to protect our citizens, and ensure that no one is subjected to the dangers of illegal mining.”

The post Illegal mining in Klingon EjDo’ System reaches new death toll appeared first on Federation News Service.

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