Darth Vader had to find the plans stored within R2-D2. This implies that Vader would have been desperate enough to use any means necessary, in order to secure those plans. Part of this included one of the most notorious bounty hunters in the Galaxy: BobaFett. Since a bounty hunter uses any means necessary to accomplish his goals, Luke Skywalker’s Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru may have been caught in the crossfire. Here are 10 reasons that prove the same…
10. Boba Fett Had Stormtrooper DNA
When the Owen’s and Beru’s bodies were found, the deaths are made to look like Tusken Raiders had murdered them. The Empire is an unmistakably settled power; their Death Star is utilized to explode a whole planet. If Stormtroopers had slaughtered Owen and Beru, then there would have been no reason to conceal their tracks.
The principle argument people state for Stormtroopers slaughtering Owen and Beru is the accompanying quote by Obi-Wan Kenobi: “These blast points, too accurate for Sand people. Only Imperial Stormtroopers are so precise.” So, who were Imperial Stormtroopers? They were modified clones of Jango Fett. Also, who was Boba Fett? Episode II: Attack of the Clones builds up Boba Fett as an unaltered clone of Jango Fett. Jango even brought up Boba as his son.
9. Boba Fett Was At The Scene of the Crime
In the Star Wars Special Edition that was initially released in 1997, George Lucas has stood by this version being a canon. The last part of the docking bay scene unmistakably builds up that Boba Fett was on Tatooine searching for the droids. Boba Fett would not have been above attempting to gather various bounties. An abundance for the droids, and also an abundance for Han Solo, would have made Boba Fett considerably more likely to be on Tatooine.