Previously, on MinerBumping... Richard The-Crusader spun fantastic tales to justify the destruction of his unlicensed Covetor in a highsec asteroid belt. As our Agents interrogated the miner, he made a baffling claim: He taught his son to mine so he'd learn how boring it is and do something else.
Our Agents politely called the miner out on his dissembling. They wanted the truth, not more lies.
Agent Xeux pinned the miner to his most recent story. Now he was trapped.
Richard wasn't yet certain where the Agent was going. So he readily agreed that mining in highsec is bad, and that ganking highsec miners is necessary.
Unintentionally, Richard aligned himself with the New Order. Based on his own admissions, he could have no objection to our Agents' actions.
Out of nowhere, the miner blurted out some insults. On some level, he knew he'd been caught--just like his Covetor had been.
By all accounts, Richard should've praised the Agents who had taught his son to listen to his father. Yet he couldn't conceal the fact that he despised them instead. Richard was a fraud!
As Richard flailed about, he found himself further entangled by his fellow carebears' claims: Since highsec carebears like to say that nullsec is actually safer than highsec, they cannot challenge our Agents to "man up" and go there.
The miner became fully ensnared by his own web of lies. Incredibly, he launched new complaints about how bad it is to gank miners--totally contradicting his earlier story.
Agent Lewak shone the light of truth by linking a classic MinerBumping article. Richard recoiled from it.
Confronted by an army of facts, the miner shut down. He could do nothing but babble.
Once again, Richard tried to make a move, only to be thwarted. The miner was helpless.
Our Agents could sense that Richard was becoming too discouraged to engage in a meaningful discussion. He was drifting into a downward spiral.
Each attempt to get the miner to open up resulted in Richard gnashing his teeth. The miner was officially disgruntled.
Our heroes could only shake their heads in disgust as the miner continued to be caught in more lies.
Finally, the anti-mining miner turned away, fixated on his true love--mining in highsec. Did Richard even have a son? No one knows, but one thing is for certain: He is a father of lies.