Inellia, upon waking, runs into the building, an shocked expression on her face. She faces Kharvox and in a quite but still clearly furious tone says, "Do you even know what the word inconspicuous means?! This isn't some orbital assault where you come screaming down in a drop pod in a rain of death and destruction! You are serving the Holy Ordos now; if you can't do something as simple as keep the loudspeaker turned off while we are in potentially hostile territory and don't want to be noticed I don't know what to do with you. You're more clueless than those two Novices the Inquisitor put me in charge of during my last assignment."
Exhaling heavily, she continues, "And I'm sure you find my concern completely irrational too. Well, so be it. Please, in the future, remember that we wish to avoid unnecessary noise. I . . . assume you have decided that you want to check the inhabitants of the town for Xeno taint? If they haven't all fled from the sound of an Astartes yelling "Purge the Unbelievers" in their general direction, I think that is a good idea.
"Please, do let me take the lead on this one. Unfortunately, it will be impossible to do this properly without making the town look a little suspicious, but I think we can keep it to a minimum. I have two suggestions. Firstly, me and the Troopers could go house to house, thus reducing the chances that Tau surveillance picking up anything out of the ordinary, but giving any Xeno sympathizers plenty of time to escape. The other option is a full-scale processing. You," she looked around the room at each of the Astartes in turn, "would quickly and quietly round up all of the townspeople and move them to a single building, if one of sufficient size is available, without hurting the citizens. You would then remain within that building, guarding the townspeople and keeping out of sight of Xeno surveillance. With the troopers help, I would bring each person to another house in turn and question them about the Tau.
"Personally, I prefer the second option, since it allows us to be sure none of the people avoid questioning or escape to the Tau."
She sighs again, clenching her eyes closed and massaging her forehead with her hand, "whatever we do, we may end up driving more people to the Tau than we find who are already sympathetic to their cause. Such is the insidious heresy of the Xeno."