IMPERIAL CENTER (CORUSCANT) - The Imperial Security Bureau (ISB) has declassified the identities of the band of Rebel fanatics which has attempted to instill terror into the heart of the Empire.
After securing many known associates of the membership of the small Rebel cell operating in Imperial Center, their identities have been disclosed to the public. Further ISB analysis reveals that the cell is highly representative of the species composition and role division within the Rebellion.
According to analysis by the ISB, the ringleader of the band is one Shyla Varad, a Mandalorian female. She is reported to have been originally inspired by the chauvinist Mandaloran terror group known as Death Watch. With Mandalore's infamous history, she seems determined to connect that world's fate to the Rebellion.
Doubtlessly, this Mandalorian's near-human capacities have allowed Varad to become the leader of the terror cell operating on Coruscant.
Alien species benefited from the dynamism of human-led civilization for thousands of years, extracting resources from the Core for the benefit of Outer Rim hinter-space. The Republic, in its misguided benevolence, allowed this regime that only retarded the endogenous development of its beneficiary species. Even now, as these aliens support the Rebellion in order to return to that extractive regime, require human prowess and capacity to lead it.
Ko-Tun Feralo, a Cerean female. The ISB has connected Feralo to a string of petty crimes of theft, larceny and smuggling. These are plausibly related to efforts to secure small arms, explosives, and other resources that have supported the Rebels' campaign of terrorism.
Cereans are a technologically backward species of the Mid Rim. Each possessing two small brains and hearts, they are believed to be physiologically incapable of technological advancement of due loyalty to the Emperor or solidarity with a galaxy-wide civilization.
Loku Kanoloa, a male Mon Calamari assassin, appears, from captured footage, to be the band's scout and cold-blooded sniper. He is reported to be armed with a long-range blaster rifle, intended to instill terror in innocent civilians by long range murder, frequently targeting a victim's back.
The Mon Calamari, a submarine species from the Outer Rim, whose ship-building technologies were stolen from human engineers, are said to favor such cowardly tactics. This species is also one of the main alien races propping up the Rebellion, doing so in the hopes of overthrowing human-led galactic civilization and a return to a Republic in which these parasite species can benefit from the advances of superior races.
Vinto Hreeda, a Rodian male, is the cell's muscle. Footage of Hreeda's neutralization was made public recently after the cell's thwarted attempt to unleash captured criminals on the unsuspecting public. Owing to the security system's humane blaster settings, Hreeda is suspected to have survived and to have been extracted by the other gang members.
Rodians are a notoriously violent species from the Outer Rim. Having betrayed the Republic for the Separatist cause during the Clone War, they are untrustworthy subjects of the Emperor. Rodians also frequently participate in criminal syndicates. It is suspects that Hreeda is little more than a small-time mercenary, who has been hired by the Rebels for credits rather than any intrinsic rebellious motivation.
This motley band of Rebel criminals are representative of the Rebellion as a whole. Mostly made up of criminal aliens seeking to reinstate their parasitic regime under the Republic, they nevertheless require the leadership of human beings, owing to their superior capacities.