As a long time member of the Royal Brittanian Guard and having pledged loyalty to Moonglow in the present climate of discontent, Sparrow appeals for Justice. At the time of the first invasion of Moonglow by warriors from Jhelom, Fynn Barret declined to offer aid and left it to the guard to repel the invaders. The invasion was never proven to be justified and no explanation of this failure was ever forthcoming. I have consistently stated that the evidence was suspect and proved nothing. There is a case to answer. On the second occasion Jhelom was again the aggresors and Moonglow understandably attacked Jhelom in retaliation. Fynn again neglected to support Moonglow and took the guard to Jhelom to support them. He later stated that this was a 'tactical decision'. Since when, in Sosaria, the Land of the Virtues, does a tactical decision take precedence over virtue?. Moonglow was the innocent victim, Jhelom the aggressor. A document exists written by Balede the Mayor of Jhelom ordering the attack based on flimsy 'evidence' which is now revealed as being false and planted to cast suspicion on Moonglow. The Mayor of Jhelom is guilty of an unlawful act and has not been made to account for his action. Fynn is guilty of a misguided decision based on the same 'evidence'. There is a case to answer. It now transpires that evidence exists which points to Koba being the guiding light behind the Minoc mines episode in the person of one of his followers. False evidence was planted to implicate Moonglow and this brought about the invasions by Jhelom, causing unwarranted suffering to the population of that city. Koba and some of his followers are therefore responsible for these despicable acts and need to be brought to book, they should be arrested and charged. There is a case to answer. Moonglow has ever been the innocent party, on behalf of Monglow I appeal for Justice.