Email 1[edit | edit source]

From: Stan Dayton

To: All

Date: 2008-01-31

Subject: [Security] Comm systems info

Some of you may have noticed that your cell phone reception in the compound is awful. The rest of you are obeying orders and don't have cell phones, ha ha. What it means is that we're scrambling any and all unauthorized transmission in and out of the compound. The only line out is through the dish on the roof, and all activity through that port will be closely monitored. That means no more 1-900 numbers for some of you, and you know who you are, ha ha!

Email 2[edit | edit source]

From: Carson Moss

To: All

Date: 2008-02-08

Subject: RE: Shooting range scores

Subject: Now that's more like it. This week's top score at the firing range goes to Ms. Villablanca, who nailed a 92. That's a 3 point jump, and that's what I like to see. Do it again next week, and we'll really have something to talk about.

Email 3[edit | edit source]

From: Jamie Washington

To: Emile Dufraisne

Date: 2008-02-10

Subject: RE: Red Mercury

Everything's cool, boss. We'll have enough of this stuff ready to blow up half of Mexico if we need to. So don't worry. Me and Sam, we've got the front and the back end both covered.


From: Jamie Washington (supposed to be Dufraisne)

Subject: Red Mercury

Date: 10-Feb-08

Jamie, please confirm for me that we are on schedule with the preparation of the red mercury for your friend Mr. Fisher's little adventure in Cozumel?

Email 4[edit | edit source]

From: Jamie Washington

To: Emile Dufraisne

Date: 2008-02-26 (wrong dating)

Subject: Send me your assessment

OK, Emile, here's the deal on the red mercury. Most people think the stuff is a myth, you know, but it's plenty real and it's going to do the job for us. The stuff is what they call ballotechnic, which honestly means that it makes a goddamned big boom.

Put enough of it in one place and you'll get something strong enough to trigger the core of a fusion bomb, which makes an even bigger bang. And the good news is that the stuff works even better than we expected, which means that we can use less and get the same results, which will let us get the bombs on line faster than we thought. So that ought to put a smile on your face.

Email 5[edit | edit source]

From: Enrica Villablanca

To: Emile Dufraisne

Date: 2008-02-10

Subject: Favor

Hey Emile - if you need to disable the bomb remotely in an emergency, you can find the code on the computer in my workshop. The keypad code to my workshop is 1337.

Email 6[edit | edit source]

From: Carson Moss

To: Enrica Villablanca

Date: 2008-01-29

Subject: Server room keypad code

Hey, Enrica. Carson here. I just wanted to let you know the keypad code for the server room has been changed to 5278, which, if I remember correctly from your file, is your birthday. I though it might be easy for you to remember it that way. You can thank me later if you like.

Email 7[edit | edit source]

From: Emile Dufraisne

To: Enrica Villablanca

Date: 2008-02-07

Subject: RE: Pilot

A hospital is out of the question. Thank you for your efforts, Enrica. Make him comfortable, and when he passes, put the body in the furnace.


From: Enrica Villablanca

Subject: Pilot

Date: 7-Feb-08

I'm afraid I've got bad news to report, Emile. Your pilot is in bad shape, and I don't think he's going to make it. Blood sample analysis suggests that he suffered from an overdose of heart medication, possibly digoxin or ouabain. If I get him to a hospital in the next hour, he might have a chance. Otherwise, Mr. Sniegoski is a goner. I'm sorry.

Email 8[edit | edit source]

From: Enrica Villablanca

To: All

Date: 2008-02-10

Subject: Mine assembly

Attention, everyone. We're finally going to get the mine assembly operation into high gear. The micro-manipulation device we've needed to assemble them is here and functional, and we can start using it according to the daily roster. We're going to need everyone taking a turn, because we've got big orders in from both the rebels and the government troops in Kinshasa, and we don't have a lot of time to get everything made.

Be careful, the detonators are very fragile and costly.

Note 1[edit | edit source]

Gentlemen, and lady, at this critical juncture in our nation's history, I think it is important that I take this time to remind all of us who we are ans why we are here. As you know, John Brown was not merely a patriot, but a revolutionary, one who saw the systems of government in his day as hopelessly corrupt. Only fire and bloodshed could change that evil, and the events that followed his death proved him right.

Like John Brown, we stand in a time when the United States is clearly in the hands of evil, corrupt men who have sold out our country and the noble, honest citizens thereof for their own benefit. The system, of which they are so proud, is broken beyond repair. We cannot effect peaceful correction, not any longer, and so it is left to us to take up the tools that our predecessor used t wreak the change that is necessary.

They will call us murderers, terrorists, and worse, but that is to be expected. They have partaken of the poisoned fruit and all - the men who run this diseased government, the thieves who support them, and the sheep who willingly trade their freedom for a few morsels of luxury - are equally guilty. We are soldiers in a war for the very soul of America, and history will see our righteousness. Be strong, and know that we are the heralds of the coming storm.

Note 2[edit | edit source]

Everyone: Here's a quick rundown on the security procedures we have in place, in order to make sure nobody's last words are "I didn't know." There are four security levels in the compound. Base level, as you know, is keypad security. Different rooms have different codes. The living quarters for your officer-types, including Dayton, Washington, Enrica and Emile are protected by voice lock. The surveillance room is protected by a fingerprint lock, and the core restricted area is protected by a retinal scanner.

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