After the attack on the prison wherein Steven Hallaway and another officer were killed, there has been a wide ranging investigation into this incident, and the sudden cessation of the recent spate of "suicides". The inquiry has been abruptly halted by court order, but a contact of mine has gained access to the preliminary findings.
Each suicide case-file contains the names of three men in common, apart from the dead corrections-officer: A Judge, an assistant district attorney and an arresting officer.
It is clear that these three men form the backbone of a small cartel of amateur deviants who enjoy the sense of power gained from sending innocent men to their deaths, and now the man they used as their final instrument has been dispatched by brother Sammyman.
Naturally, they have been approached to see if they would wish to retain our services as a replacement for Hallaway, but they have declined.
They feel an outlaw assassin who has no emotional investment in those he kills is somehow grubby and sordid, while they -and the late officer Hallaway- always acted out of pure pleasure
Consequently, I have sent an intermediary to contact the bereaved families of the "suicide" victims, and asked them to consider having a whip-round...
The bereaved have clubbed together and now ask us to exact revenge:NEW CONTRACTS:
This is the man who makes sure the victims would fall into the hands of Hallaway.
He is a well dressed African-American, with greying hair and glasses.
Can be found walking the streets in the City Hall area.
He is responsible for offering their victims brutal, but enticing, plea-bargain deals.
Blond, clean shaven, mid-thirties, usually dressed in a light suit.
Can often be found near or actually in
the lobby of the law firm on Amethyst Street in the Exchange district.
Overweight, with cropped hair and a gotee.
He usually is assigned to work foot patrol around the same areas that his two associates can be found. He always is on the lookout for citizens to run in on spurious charges.
Photos to confirm ID might be useful, but plain discription should be enough.
Good Hunting, brothers.
Edited by Infinite Monkey, 12 November 2008 - 08:37 PM.