(Solrain Core Station) In the wake of yesterdays accusations by STCC Speaker, Arbin Mallow, Jammer prices have crashed, falling over 80%, and and production was temporarily shut down.
Lexxor Intelligence released the following statement from its CEO, Dr. Danson Da’Mayo:
In the wake of yesterday’s allegations, Lexxor decided to immediately shut down production of the Jammer ECM. We are in the business of marketing excellent technology and would not want our reputation or our products reputations marred by criminal misuse.
While we have once again opened the production facilities, we are carefully evaluating the future of the Jammer — especially now that its prices has fallen to levels where we would lose money on each item produced.
(Halicon, Soria) Arbin Mallow, the Speaker for Soria has called for an investigation into the recent surge in Jammer production and distribution. His his address to the STCC suggested possible illegal activity.
“Just four months ago, almost all Jammers were suddenly recalled by Lexxor. There were almost none on the market. But now, Hyperial has been cranking them out continuously and market across space are absolutely full.
“No one uses these things anymore. So why the production flurry?
“Well I think it’s a massive money-laundering scheme sponsored by Hyperial, and someone needs to take a hard look at what’s going on! Some of my colleagues tell me it’s just free trade and that STCC should support all free trade. But I think we need to shine a very bright light on this thing. At the very least, it’s as massive waste of Electronics, Molybdenum and RF Transceivers.”
Hyperial officials did not respond to our requests for a comment, but Lexxor spokesperson Mnr Ojazar said, “We were as surprised at the sudden demand for Jammers as Mr. Mallow, but we’ve just been responding to that demand. Nothing more or less.”