Nhaima shook her head slightly.
“A messenger is even riskier than a message. A message can be wide, go anywhere or everywhere. A messenger is a physical object which can be tracked and watched. Besides, if the stations have been ordered to be destroyed, I’d imagine the orders have already been reissued to another force. Another Hunter Group could have destroyed the all of the stations in the time its taken to set up this connection, and if we did broadcast a message then those same warp capable ships would be more than up to the task of running down fleeing civilian craft,” she explained. She ran the fingers of one hand through her hair to brush it down subconsciously, “No, it’s best we trust the civilians have acted in their own best interest rather than endanger them further.”