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|Posted: Thu Sep 25, 2008 9:36 pm Post subject: The Enemy Within: 9/25 Discussion
|Some ideas, and the results of the tracking of the helo:
[22:07:39] <Farrell> Anyways, in case it was missed, any more tracking information for the helo south?
[22:08:35] <Savant> SRID was unable to pick up where PaxSec left off
[22:09:45] <Farrell> So the kids, barring some new leads, are a dead end
[22:13:45] <Savant> you could conclude that, sure
[22:14:22] <Farrell> Well, it's something that should be looked into, any sort of southern ties, but that's something that needs to be sent upstairs first.
[22:18:16] <Farrell> One lead we need to follow up on is to find out how this guy gets through security to meet with Lorentz
[22:21:34] <Farrell> Second thing we need to do is get into Lorentz' home computer and make sure those logs are wiped. For that we will need a certain person in actual attendance.
[22:21:49] <Farrell> Failing that, I stab Mem in the back and take his extra 50 points.
[22:22:53] <Farrell> Third, if Lorentz' schedule is so busy, that means his contact is setting up meetings. We need to find out how that's happening.
[22:23:36] <Farrell> Fourth, we have GOT to infiltrate the offices, if not to augment the surveilance there, then to try to find out what data got onto that data slate that was viewed.
[22:24:08] <Farrell> I'd like to keep investigating Lorentz' boss, but my gut is telling me red herring.
[22:25:19] <Farrell> Of course, the question is, why isn't the spy just doing that instead of some needlessly complicated plot involving kidnapping the family?
[22:26:12] <Farrell> So it speaks to the nature of the data, that it's something Lorentz has access to or can get at it.
[22:28:19] <Farrell> Kidnapping the family doesn't seem like a suitable long-term thing either.
[22:30:05] <Farrell> Something to ask: Is the marriage recent? That is, was he widowed and remarried? His wife *could* concievably be an agent.
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