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Resistance follow-up: What happens to the prisoners from the Colossus?

In the episode “The Disappeared,” the First Order cracks down on dissent, arresting several people and shipping them away to unknown locations, but what ultimately happens to them?

Like the Empire, the First Order seems to be targeting non-humans. Even the container Aunt Z was located in had non-human prisoners. What’s even more disappointing is that people continue to ignore what the First Order is doing, even when it’s happening right under their noses. Then again, it could be that they are aware, but feel like it’s best to keep their heads down and do as the First Order says.

At the end of the day, it’s a serious violation of rights and Captain Doza, the man who is responsible for bringing the First Order to the station, isn’t able to do anything about it. Granted, he was tricked into bringing them there, but he should have known better, especially given his own Imperial background.

Read the rest of the article over at Culturess.

Do you have any thoughts? Share them in the comments section below.

2 comments on “Resistance follow-up: What happens to the prisoners from the Colossus?

  1. Aunt Z mentioned she’s got a friend on Takodana so I’m betting my credits they’ll be heading to Maz Kanata’s castle. I’m sure Maz won’t turn away a friend in need, especially since war is gearing up.

    Personally I’d like to see them open up the Star Wars equivalent of a cupcake shop but am sure Hype wants to get himself back to flying in the air ASAP. ^^

    • Johnamarie Macias

      A space cupcake shop sounds AMAZING. And yeah, it sounds like Maz Kanata was being reference there. I hope they don’t land themselves right in the middle of the TFA chaos that happens on Takodana. Crazy to think how they leave one First Order problem and jump into another.

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