Tauron Crime Syndicate
The Ha'la'tha is a crime syndicate which has a presence on Caprica. Ha'la'tha is a Tauron word which means "always faithful to the soil." The Guatrau is the boss of the Caprican Ha'la'tha. ("False Labor") ("Pilot")
The Ha'la'tha began as a poorly armed, native rebel force on Tauron that attacked the presidential barracks of the corrupt Tauron government. This initiated a two-year Civil War (12YR-14YR). William Adama Sr. and his wife, Isabelle, fought with the Ha'la'tha resistance during this time. ("The Dirteaters")
Taurons seem to constitute most of the Ha'la'tha membership. Like many other Tauron immigrants in Caprica City, they do not assimilate with Caprican culture. Instead, they form a diaspora in the Little Tauron neighborhood of Caprica City. ("Rebirth") ("The Dirteaters")
Ha'la'tha Proverb: "When the tree surrenders all its fruit, it's time to trim from the top down." ("The Dirteaters")
In an effort to secure funding for his development of the Resurrection Program and to oust Tomas Vergis as CEO of his company, Daniel Graystone makes a deal with the Guatrau. This makes Graystone Industries a subsidiary of Obolus. ("The Dirteaters") ("Unvanquished")
- Sam Adama
- Joseph Adama
- William Adama Sr.
- Isabelle Adama
- William Adama
- Fidelia Fazekas
- Armed Goon No. 2
AfterElton: ". . . The Mafia is basically an organization for extortion and making money, whereas the Halatha, as you just described it, is more like, 'We’re downright discriminated against so we’re going to do whatever we can."
Sasha Roiz: "I think it’s not really reminiscent of that modern day mob. It’s more like the turn-of-the-century mob. The early Twentieth Century when Italians, Irish, Jews all came over and had very limited opportunities. They were ghettoized and forced to create a life and survive any way they could. In response to being ghettoized and discriminated against, they found their own ways and their own rules." 
- Jensen, Michael. "Interview: Move Over, Captain Jack. There's a New Gay in the Galaxy Named Sam Adama." AfterElton.com, 3 February 2010.