A former nobleman from the northernmost reaches of Durance, House Milan was disbanded nearly four years ago in the face of bankruptcy. Cvetko, who was lord of the estate at the time, went before the House of Lords in their 2046 session to protest, and was publicly shamed and humiliated by his peers.
After that, he became a vocal member of the “True Sons of the Confederacy,” a then-peaceful dissident group that spoke loudly about the betrayals of Confederate principles in current leadership.
He is now deceased. The discovery of his body among the dead attackers at the 103rd Massacre was the link that helped investigators to discover that the True Sons Rebellion was behind the attack.