Vyascheslav           Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
Started-12/08/2006                  Data transcript
Finished-
Version-1.00

Guide to every bit and byte of data through
sticks beridden from enemies and flash
notes compiled by Grimsdottir. Help to 
understand one of the most complex plots
in videogame history. Some data can also
be retrieved from computers and labtops.

Some corrections made respectively.

Transcript for Gamecube only, as data varies through
console.
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Mission 1_ [training]





Mission 2_ [police station]


*110_02/04: SUBJECT:Case file
            UPLOADED:16/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            NAME:Thomas G Gurgenidze
            AKA:None
            DOB:08/11/60
            CITIZENSHIP:Georgian
            AO:T'Bilisi, Georgia
            ASSOCIATIONS:CIA Informant
            OCCUPATION:4th T'Bilisi Precinct Police Booking Clerk


            RELEVANT HISTORY:

            05/12/96
            Recruited by Special Agent Tanahill.

            23/02/97
            Secures clerical employment in T'Bilisi Police Force.

            14/03/97
            First contact with Sergeant Lortkipanidze.

            02/11/97
            Promotion.

            23/04/98
            Promotion, gains access to Lortkipanidze's PC
            through server.

            24/04/98
            Agent Tanahill request GRANTED: Increased funding
            for Gurgenidze's salary.

            25/04/98
            Weekly transmission of Sgt. Lortkipanidze's files.
               
            08/10/04
            Negative report on CIA Agent Alice Madison.
  
            NOTES-none


*110_03/04: SUBJECT:Case file
            UPLOADED:16/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            NAME:William R Blaustein
            AKA:None
            DOB:o4/08/62
            CITIZENSHIP:American
            AO:T'Bilisi, Georgia
            ASSOCIATIONS:CIA
            OCCUPATION:Special Agent


            RELEVANT HISTORY:

            07/10/04
            Arrives in T'Bilisi to begin investigation of Agent
            Madison's disappearance.

            08/10/04
            First contact with Thomas Gurgenidze.

            10/10/04
            Reports harassment from local police and
            near-incarceration. [Ref: Sgt. Lortkipanidze]

            10/10/04
            Report of possible security breach at Blaustein's
            base of operations.
 
            11/10/04
            Missed daily report to Langley.

            11/10/04
            CIA-implanted tracking subdermal motion is reduced
            to less than 10 meters a day.

            12/10/04
            Missed daily report to Langley.

            13/10/04
            Missed daily report to Langley.


*110_04/04: SUBJECT:Case File
            UPLOADED:16/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            FULL NAME:Alice McCarthy Madison
            AKA:None
            DOB:29/08/68
            CITIZENSHIP:American
            AO:T'Bilisi, Georgia
            ASSOCIATIONS:CIA
            OCCUPATION:Special Agent
 
            RELEVANT HISTORY:

            24/05/02
            Transferred to Georgia.

            07/07/02
            Secures administrative position in Georgian
            Secretary of Defense Chokheli's office.
     
            03/05/04
            "Donation" to Nikoladze's campaign secures
            employment in T'Bilisi statehouse.

            28/09/04
            Report of "suspicious data traffic" between
            Nikoladze's deputies.
            
            29/09/04
            Paperwork submitted for the transferal of
            Nikoladze's encrypted files to NSA analysts.
            [Request as yet unprocessed]

            03/10/04
            Missed daily report to Langley.
 
            04/10/04
            Missed daily report to Langley.

            04/10/04
            CIA-implanted tracking subdermal motion is reduced
            to less than 20 metres per day.

            05/10/04
            Subdermal microchips go offline.


*110_01/04: Map of T'Bilisi (areas)
            1-Insertion
            2-Platform
            3-Pushkin Street
            4-The Hotel Begurebi
            5-Ak Tendeba inc.
            6-Secret Room
            7-Morevi Square
            8-Kutateladze Street
            9-Kobuleti Lane
            10-4th T'Bilisi Police Precinct


*Data stick: From David Tanahill
             To: William Robrt Blaustein
             Sent: 15/10/2004
             Subject: FW:drop dead

             B.B.,
            
             Got the following from our man Gurgenidze:
 
             'I got the envelope thank you very much. I'll have
             the police station information in our dead drop
             behind the bushes in Morevi Square.'

             I'm sure it'll be there, Tom's a trustworthy type. If
             I can safely make the drop, I may leave you a toy
             or two. Walk softly.

             -David T.


*Data stick(2): From: William Robert Blaustein
                TO: Jonathan Sutton
                Sent: 14/10/2004 05:32
                Subject: RE:Madison

                Mr. Sutton,

                I think we can stop dancing around the words
                'Agent Madison is dead.' Our only real question now
                is why, or more importantly why Nikoladze thought
                he could hide it from us.

                Your theory about her disappearance as a way to
                keep secret the connections between Georgian
                politics and the Russian Mafia works, but it's too
                easy. It wouldn't justify murdering a U.S. agent.
                And Nikoladze knows we know how dirty he is.

                I think I'm being followed, though it's hard to
                seperate paranoia from reason in this part of the
                world. I suggest we start swapping digital
                signatures more often, maybe twice a week.

                Forward Gurgenidze this keypadcode for the back
                door: 091772

                Say happy birthday to Kaye for me. Hopefully I'll be
                back in VA for the next one.

                - B.B. Blaustein


*Data stick(3): From: Philip Masse
                To: Tristan Gogoberidze
                Sent:15/10/2004 12:14
                Subject: RE: cut rate third world flophouse

                Go go Gadget Beridze

                It's a pain in my ass to leave my work for half a
                week to have some hush-hush pow-wow with Nick
                and U.G., but it's an INSULT to have to deal with
                morons like the concierge at this dump you guys
                put me up in. I'm serious, I don't want t see his
                face again

                I need to get back out to the rig and back to my
                work. Especially in the middle of our
                you-know-what out in you-know-where. Idle hands
                are the Great Satan's playground.

                - pHilip MAsSE


*Data stick(4): From: Officer Beso Cheishvili
                To: Officer Givi Kausadze
                Sent: 11/10/2004 10:34
                Subject: RE: Evidence????

                Givi, I know you're new here so I'm not going to
                have your thumbs broken. Don't question
                Lortkipanidze, not if you want to keep your job and
                your breathing priveleges. Let's have a drink
                tonight, I'll explain some things to you.

                -Beso-


*Data stick(5): From: Dr Slava Konipodze
                To: Sgt Ramaz Lortkipanidze
                Sent: 12/10/2004 09:13
                Subject: Morgue Security Cameras

                Sergeant,
                 
                While I appreciate your newfound zeal in securing
                the station. I wonder at the need for a surveillance
                camera in the morgue. In my near forty years as a
                medical examiner, I have never once seen a 
                Cadaver commit a crime.

                I am certain that there are other places in this very
                building where security cameras might do a much
                better job of spotting criminals. I am not speaking
                of the holding cells either.

                Why, just last week I tagged some poor soul whose
                skull had been caved in by an object distinctly
                similiar to the batons issued to our officers. Had
                there been security cameras in the research lab
                instead of the morgue itself, we might have caught
                the party responsible for destroying the evidence
                in that case.

                Dr S. Konipodze

                M.E. PhD.


*Data stick(6): From: Kakhi Berikashvili
                To: Office Beso Cheishvili
                Sent: 16/10/2004 17:56
                Subject: Crowd Control

                Gentlemen,

                You'll all be heading crowd control teams at next
                Friday's political rally in Morevi Square. Nikoladze's
                people have warned me that the President plans to
                make some extremely inflammatory statements.
                He's getting the people riled up. Get ready for some
                big news in the next couple of weeks.

                Chkhilkvadze, let's not be so free and easy with
                the teargas. We want the people angry, not
                revolutionary. Keep it to batons.

                Captain Berikashvili


*Data stick(7): From: Officer Beso Cheishvili
                TO: Sgt Ramaz Lortkipanidze
                Sent: 15/10/2004 23:53
                Subject: Three in traction

                Lortkipanidze Sir,
  
                I just returned from the hospital, where about two
                and three-quarters men remain in critical condition.
                The beat cop taking statements from the doctors
                had a picture-perfect description of the men's
                attackers: your friend Grinko and some ogre named
                Nikolai.

                You may want to put in a call to the commisioner
                over at the Eastern Precinct if you want to keep
                your friends from drawing more attention than
                they need right now.

                -Beso-


*Data stick(8): From: Sgt Ramaz Lortkipanidze
                To: Officer Gizo Giorgobiani
                Sent: 15/10/2004 04:36
                Subject: Resisting Arrest

                Gizo,

                I need you to stop by and pick up the concierge at
                the Hotel Begurebi for questioning. Make up
                whatever charges you see fit, something he won't
                be inclined to talk about. Once you get him back to
                the station have him resist arrest and break
                something painful.

                It's a favor for a very influential friend. Do it well
                and we'll both be a little richer for it.

                R. Lortkipanidze


Mission 3_ [defense ministry]


*121_01/05: Map of the Ministry (areas) 
            1-Parking area
            2-Book Room
            3-Office Room
            4-Corridor
            5-Stairway
            6-Kitchen
            7-Corridor
            8-Lobby
            9-Restaurant
            10-Courtyard
            11-Elevator
            12-Coffee Room
            13-Corridor
            14-Office
            15-Roof platform 1
            16-Roof platform 2


*121_03/05: Vyacheslav Grinko photograph


*121_02/05: SUBJECT:Case File
            UPLOADED:16/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            FULL NAME:Vyacheslav Grinko
            AKA:Numerous
            DOB:10/30/59
            CITIZENSHIP:Russian
            AO:Georgia, Russia, Eastern Europe
            ASSOCIATIONS:Ex-Spetsnaz
            OCCUPATION:Mercenary


            RELEVANT HISTORY:
            
            27/09/87
            Assassination of Bkhtiyer Farokh, Afghanistan
            [Conjecture].


            19/01/90
            Sniper in Operation UDAR, Azerbaijan. Seven
            confirmed kills.

            16/12/91
            All funds liquidated, converted to U.S. currency.

            01/02/00
            First traceable payment from Nikoladze to the bank
            account of Albert Wentworth (alias Grinko). Monthly
            payments continue until 01/11/01, at which point he
            assumes new alias.

            10/09/00
            Denis Galtsev (alias Grinko) recieves 200 shares of
            Nikoladze's GFO Inc.

            30/04/04
            Armen Trofimov (alias Grinko) deposits $150,000
            (U.S.) in a Swiss account.


*Data stick: From: Georgi Katin-Yartsev
             To: col. Murman Kobulia   
             Sent: 15/10/2004 14:32
             Subject: RE: Laser Grid Concern

             Murman,
  
             The solution to not tripping the laser grid is staying
             out of the damn courtyard. Period. But, just for the
             sake of argument, I guess the correctly calibrated
             thermal optics would enable one to see lasers. But
             please, don't try anything that's going to get us in
             trouble.

             - GKY


*121_05/05: Philip Masse photograph


*121_04/05: SUBJECT:Case File
            UPLOADED:16/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            FULL NAME:Philip Frankel Masse
            AKA:crYSTaL*NinJA, Cerbere, Marvin Kurzweil
            BOB:21/08/72
            CITIZENSHIP:Canadian
            AO:Georgia
            ASSPCIATIONS:GFO Inc. [owned by Kombayn
            Nikoladze]
            OCCUPATION:Lead Programmer


            RELEVANT HISTORY:
 
            27/05/94
            Flees Canada after RCMP close credit card scam.

            31/12/97
            Breach of CIA internal network, successful for 114
            seconds.

            02/06/99
            Employed by Saudi royal family in digital security /
            industrial espionage for several oil-based
            corporations.

            14/11/99
            Flees to Canadian embassy in Saudi Arabia to avoid
            prosecution for "crimes against nature"

            21/09/01
            2nd attempted breach of CIA internal network.
            
            09/12/02
            First paycheck from Nikoladze's GFO inc., continuing
            bi-weekly.

            28/03/03
            Release of the "U.S. gAy" virus. [conjecture.]


*Data stick(2): From: Col. Murman kobiashvili
                To: Col.Guram Jinoria; Col. Tengiz Pirtskhalava; Col.
                Guram Shengelaya; Col. Ramaz Lortkipanidze
                Sent: 15/10/2004 08:03
                Subject:

                Gentlemen, 

                President Nikoladze has personally requested that
                I impress on you the importance of our guests, the
                Canadian Philip Masse and Vyacheslav Grinko, who
                many of you are already familiar with on less than
                pleasant terms.

                Since Grinko has come under President Nikoladze's
                official employment, his many crimes in Georgia
                have been pardoned, and he is to be treated with
                the utmost respect

                I likewise ask for your patience with Mr. Masse

                They are both key figures in the President's
                current operations, and security for the next 24
                hours should be at its highest state. Please
                impress this on the men in your charge.

                Respectfully,
                Colonel Murman Kobiashvili


*Data stick(3): From: Georgi Katin-Yartsev
                To: Pavel Druzhnikov
                Sent: 15/10/2004 14:32
                Subject: Courtyard grid

                Pavel,
 
                Let all your men know that the laser grid in the
                courtyard is active. I don't want any false alarms
                caused by this grid, it triggers simultaneous alarms
                at five seperate police and military stations
                nearby. Explaining a false alarm is a headache
                niether of us need.

                If you absolutely need to go in the courtyard, you
                can disable the grid from the security terminal in
                the Main Hall of the South Wing but you better
                have a good reason.

                - GKY


*Data stick(4): From: Col. Ramaz Lortkipanidze
                To: Clive Alimov
                Sent: 14/10/2004 21:02
                Subject: Not a gazebo
                
                Mr. Alimov
 
                This is my second request that you tear down the
                ornamental latticework lining the courtyard. The
                wisteria has become thick enough that I'm afraid it
                could support the weight of a human being, and so
                represents a very real security threat to the
                ministry. Please respond, letting me know when 
                those lattices will come down! Thank you.

                Colonel Lortkipanidze


*Data stick(5): From: Vyacheslav Grinko
                To: Philip Masse
                Sent: 15/10/2004 11:46
                Subject: RE: some covenant?

                Philip,
 
                I cannot believe, considering your position relative
                to both Nikoladze and the CIA, that you have no
                knowledge of anything called the Ark. You don't
                want to know what it would take to convince me of
                your honesty. We are playing a dangerous game of
                chess, and cannot afford to have gray pieces on
                the board. I have a sneaking suspicion that this 'Ark'
                is our queen piece. Nikoladze will tell me about it
                sooner or later; God help you if he tells me you
                knew about it and didn't inform me. I need to know
                more than Nikoladze thinks I do, so that I may
                protect him from even his own ambitions.

                VG.


*Data stick(6): From: Kombayn Nikoladze
                To: Philip Masse; Vyacheslav Grinko
                Sent: 13/10/2004 18:45
                Subject: Acceleration

                I laud you both for how efficiently you have
                uncovered and solved our CIA situation. This
                incident is a great cause for concern; I hate to
                think what the outcome could have been had we not
                had our 'little birdie' in Langley.

                I am convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that we
                must move our Azeri operation forward. The
                disappearance of the two American agents will
                certainly raise some eyebrows. We must begin
                before coming under the attention of our
                neighbors. Our potential oil relationship with the
                Americans will keep them from interfering, but only
                if the scale is already too far tilted in our favor.

                Both of you should begin preliminary steps towards
                our initial countermeasures in case the Americans
                discover us. Let us keep our glass dagger sharp.

                We'll meet this saturday (the 16th) in my office at
                dawn. Make it 4:30, Masse, I'll arrange for a
                helicopter to pick you up from the rig.

                KN


*Data stick(7): From: Vyacheslav Grinko
                To: Kombayn Nikoladze
                Sent: 15/10/2004 10:12
                Subject: RE: Glass Dagger

                President Nikoladze,

                You can be certain that our glass dagger will
                shatter as intended if attacked. Our army, broken
                into smaller units, will only become sharper and
                further scattered. My contacts have scouted and
                secured areas of operation for our splintered army
                to occupy. We will have a free hand in much of 
                Northern Russia, the orient, and possibly even the
                United States.

                However, I do not believe that it will come to this.
                Our plans are too well laid, and our enemies asleep
                at their posts. My only worry is your dependence
                on Masse and his technology. I have trouble 
                trusting so obvious a coward.

                But the vision is yours, and I believe in it.

                VG


Mission 4_ [oilrig]


*Data stick: From: Sergo Shengelaya
             To: Guram Tkeshelashvili
             Sent: 27/10/2004 03:18
             Subject:

             Hey Guram,

             You at your semi-permanent posting yet? My
             platoon finally got off the school buses two hours
             ago in Belarus and rendezvoused with another
             platoon that came via cargo plane; we're all heading
             East but we haven't been told where yet. When I
             get there I'll shoot you another mail.

             This is so unlike the military we knew when we
             joined. We're in incredible shape, lean,
             decentralized, efficient. We're acting more like a
             business than an army. Colonel Alekseevich
             explained to a group of us that we could win this
             by allowing the Americans to 'surrender
             aggresively.' Any idea what that means? I'll write
             again soon.

             Sergo


*133_04/0: DESCRIPTION:
           Following is a transcription of a fragment of a
           radio message intercepted by an SR-71 pilot and an
           AWACS control aircraft over the Caspian Sea.


           AWACS:-any entrances to the hub?

           SR-71:(static) some kind of automated blast door
           (static)

           AWACS:(static) data hub (static)

           SR-71:(static) appears to be one window into the
           hub (static)

           END INTERCEPT


*Data stick(2): From: Amiran Urushadze
                To: Vyacheslav Grinko
                Sent: 26/10/2004 01:34
                Subject: microwaves

                Sir, 
 
                The second leg of travel for both of my platoons is
                secure, we should arrive on sight at least ten
                hours ahead of schedule. They're outfitted for
                winter operations and morale is high. As requested,
                I've got tech people scouring for microwave relays
                and they've come up with many, many options.
                Communications should not pose a problem.

                Respectfully, 

                Colonel Amiran Urushadze


*133_05/05: Industrial Water Pump picture
            
            Industrial Water Pump
            Manufacturer: Yutani
            Systems, Inc.

            CAUTION:
            Damage to cylinder
            shell can cause
            massive leakage


*Data stick(3): From: Piotr Lejava
                To: Philip Masse
                Sent: 26/10/2004 22:49
                Subject: RE:THEN GET ANOTHER JOB

                Mr. Masse,
 
                Don't get me wrong, I'm perfectly willing to try
                tapping little bird for Ark intelligence, but I don't
                think it'll do any good without the key. I'll get
                whatever I can, but I really think Nikoladze will
                need men inside the Presidential Palace, which is
                obviuosly impossible considering the current state
                of affairs. But I will do my best, and whatever is
                possible to retrieve from the oilrig, I'll get it.

                Piotr


Mission 5_ [CIA HQ]


*210_01/01: Map of Central Intelligence Agency level 1 (areas)
            1-Elevator
            2-Security Post
            3-Battery generator backup
            4-CIA Main Server
            5-War Room
            6-Hall
            7-Weapons testing department


*Data stick: From: Daniel Kanemoto
             To: Alphonso Stevenson
             Sent: 30/10/2004 10:12
             Subject: Tech Services Keypad Installation

             Fonz,
    
             I'll get that keypad installed on the Technical
             Services room door before the end of the day
             today. I'll be right outside your window, let me
             know if I'm bugging you. The default code will be
             7687, but you should change it on 8 hour shifts
             until they cut down the level of alert

             If we get any days off this week (right) we should
             do something. God knows I'm gonna need a drink
             after all this.

             Dan
             Staff Technician
             

*Data stick(2): From: Daniel Kanemoto
 REPEATED       To: Alphonso Stevenson
                Sent: 30/10/2004 10:12
                Subject: Tech Services Keypad Installation

                Fonz,
    
                I'll get that keypad installed on the Technical
                Services room door before the end of the day
                today. I'll be right outside your window, let me
                know if I'm bugging you. The default code will be
                7687, but you should change it on 8 hour shifts
                until they cut down the level of alert
 
                If we get any days off this week (right) we should
                do something. God knows I'm gonna need a drink
                after all this.

                Dan
                Staff Technician


*Data stick(3): From: Reed Allen
                To: Thomas Kyle
                Sent: 31/10/2004 20:04
                Subject: Server Room Code Change

                Tom,

                Thanks for staying on for the extra shift, we're all
                gonna have to pull a lot more than our weight until
                this thing blows over. While we're doing
                maintenance, the main server room door will be set
                to 2019. With the heightened security we'll be
                changing the codes three times daily. I'll get you on
                the mailing list before the next code change.
                Thanks again.

                Reed


*Data stick(4): From: Hilko Blok
                To: Kris Weldin
                Sent: 31/10/2004 19:36
                Subject: Coffee Break

                Looks like we're gonna be in for a long again
                tonight. If you want to hit the cafeteria for a
                coffee later I'll be in the battery room next door.
                Let yourself in, I might not be able to hear you for
                the hum. The door code this shift is 110598.


*Data stick(5): From: Reed Allen
 REPEATED       To: Thomas Kyle
                Sent: 31/10/2004 20:04
                Subject: Server Room Code Change

                Tom,

                Thanks for staying on for the extra shift, we're all
                gonna have to pull a lot more than our weight until
                this thing blows over. While we're doing
                maintenance, the main server room door will be set
                to 2019. With the heightened security we'll be
                changing the codes three times daily. I'll get you on
                the mailing list before the next code change.
                Thanks again.

                Reed


*Data stick(6): From: Marla Tergovich
                To: Leslie Tergovich
                Sent: 31/10/2004 18:17
                Subject: Home for dinner?

                Hey Mom,

                What time will you be home? Should I wait for
                dinner? Everything I'm seeing on television is
                scaring me and I'd rather not be alone in the house
                tonight. Will you be home?

                Les


*Data stick(7): From: Steve Kerchner
                To: Gail Tauger
                Sent: 28/10/2004 12:43
                Subject: Automated Turret

                Agent Tauger,

                The turret was retrieved on a westbound road
                leading out of T'Bilisi two days ago, the identity of
                the drivers is still to be determined.

                Apparently you were right, the turret is sensitive
                to both heat and motion. We're having trouble
                identifying the software, but there is definitely a
                very effective IFF recognition system at work in
                this thing. Anyone not preprogrammed as a friendly
                will be fired upon if in range. Disabling the IFF
                system simply makes it fire on anyone...friendly or 
                not. A week ago I wouldn't have believed anything
                this advanced would exist anywhere close to that
                region. A dangerous time to be underestimating our
                enemies.

                S.A. S.Kerchner


*212_02/04: Mitchell Dougherty photograph


*212_01/04: SUBJECT:Case File
            UPLOADED:31/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            NAME:Mitchell D Dougherty
            AKA: None
            DOB: 12/05/59
            CITIZENSHIP:American
            AO:Langley, VA
            ASSOCIATIONS: CIA
            OCCUPATION: Information Retrieval Technician


            RELEVANT HISTORY:

            04/06/97
            Employment secured with the CIA

            05/05/01 - CURRENT
            Involved in 12-step program "Letting Go of the
            Small Stuff" at the YMCA.

            02/10/02
            Ticketed for "Recklessly Slow Driving" in Cheverly
            MD.

            31/10/04
            Suspicions of treason relating to the Georgian
            information crisis.

            31/10/04
            ECHELON search initiated, results pending.

            NOTES:
            Anal retentive mouth-breather. I'd hate to be stuck
            in an elevator with him.
            [Author: Grimsdottir]


*Data stick(8): From: Ed.B.
                To: F.M.FBI
                Sent: 'Message still not send'
                Subject: Possible evidence

                Message encoding protocol DF-020781

                jhr fghwixn foi po rtnmksd020781 wtyu dswrt lk
                ipoutr mxcvrety vifg asfsertcub hjcbu dfghdfh
                yuoogjre020781 sfhfjgje cbfytwe sfrgyuj oi
                jghjg020781 asfsertcub hjcbv dfghdfh 020781.


*Data stick(9): From: David Tanahill
                To: Jonathan Sutton
                Sent: 25/10/2004 09:56
                Subject: Respond and Destroy 2
 
                Mr. Sutton,
 
                Sorry it took me so long to respond, I'm having
                some digital signature trouble on this end, probably
                unavoidable with the step-up in encryption
                protocols.

                I'd bet a dollar to a dime Thomas Gurgenidze was in
                the warehouse fire, which would mean (surprise
                surprise) we'll never see that corpse. He could
                possibly have been one of 6 "nameless drunks"
                arrested October 16, especially considering that
                only 4 were realeased the next morning, no attempt
                was made to even account for the other two. But
                my bet is on the warehouse fire.

                -D. Tanahill


*Data stick(10): From: David Tanahill
                 To: Jonathan Sutton
                 Sent: 27/10/2004 09:00
                 Subject: RE:

                 JONATHAN SUTTON,

                 ATTACHED YOU WILL FIND TWO IMAGES CAPTURED FROM
                 THE SECURITY SYSTEM AT THE 4TH PRECINCT POLICE
                 STATION IN T'BILISI, GEORGIA. THESE IMAGES SHOW
                 THE CORPSES OF AGENT WILLIAM ROBERT BLAUSTEIN
                 AND AGENT ALICE MADISON. DATED OCTOBER 16TH 2004
                 USE THIS INFORMATION AT YOUR DISCRETION, THEN
                 DESTROY THIS MESSAGE AND DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
                 TRACE IT.ATT:

                 FILE041016047321
                 FILE041016047322


*Data stick(11): From: Reed Allen
                 To: Bruce Flexner
                 Sent: 31/10/2004 15:59
                 Subject: Door Code Swap

                 To all Information Retrieval Personnel:
                 
                 As per upgraded security measures, door codes will
                 be changed on eight-hour shifts. The current code
                 for the west entrance to Information Retrieval is
                 0614. The next code change will occur at 2359
                 hours.

                 Commit the current code to memory and destroy
                 this message. Transferring this message to paper
                 or FlashRAM would represent a gross lapse in
                 Agency security. Thank you.
 
                 -R Allen


*212_04/04: Jack Baxter photograph


*212_03/04: SUBJECT:Case File
            UPLOADED:31/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            NAME:Dr. John E Baxter
            AKA:Jack Baxter
            DOB:13/02/67
            CITIZENSHIP:American
            AO:Langley, VA
            ASSOCIATIONS:NSA
            OCCUPATION: Interrogations Specialist

            RELEVANT HISTORY:
            none

            NOTES:
            You don't need to know much about this guy. Very
            creepy guy, basically uses pharmaceuticals to get
            information out of unwilling subjects. I met him at a
            Fort Meade Christmas Party a year ago, he offered
            to bring me a glass of punch, I didn't trust him
            enough to drink it, I think I gave it to Wilkes.
            [Author: Grimsdottir]


Mission 6_ [kalinatek building]


*221_01/02: DESCRIPTION:
            Following is a transcription of a telephone call
            between Anna Grimsdottir and an unidentified
            Georgian mercenary, alias "Ivan."

            TEXT:
 
            AG:911 Emergency.

            IVAN:What the hell? I've been transferred three 
            times. This is an emergency!

            AG:Sir, are you in immediate danger?

            IVAN:Yes I'm in danger! They're going (static)

            AG:Are you still there, sir? Hello?

            IVAN:Yes! You've got to help me! I can tell your
            government things.

            AG:What's your location?

            IVAN:The Kalinatek Building. You have to hurry. I
            triggered a fire alarm.

            AG:Sir?

            IVAN:What I'm saying is that I'm safe for now, they
            can't get through the fire doors, but when they
            figure it out I'm dead!

            AG: Can I have your name, sir?


*221_02/02: Map of Kalinatek (areas)
            1-Parking
            2-Bridge
            3-Kalinatek Building
            4-Crane
            5-Ash Tree Lane
            6-Chain Bridge Road


*Data stick: From: Kalinatek Administrator
             To: Philip Masse
             Sent:26/10/2004 23:35
             Subject: FW: Server irregularities

             Mr.Masse,
      
             We got this ten minutes ago from a clerk at one of
             the ISPs subcontracting from Kalinatek before we
             bought them out. We don't think we need to worry
             about the FBI yet, but they might go to the better
             business bureau. What should we do? We're going
             to need more resources if we're expected to keep
             pretending like we're an internet startup.

             These Russian mafia goons want to go to the
             clerk's house and slit his throat. God, these guys
             creep me out.

             - Sven

             ATT: Server irregularities


*Data stick(2): From: Valeriy
                To:Arkasha
                Sent: 31/10/2004 17:18
                Subject: RE: metal detector

                Timofei,
 
                No, the metal detector cannot give you cancer. Your
                guard post is a safe one. Don't let yourself get
                distracted.

                Today's keypad code for the security door next to
                your post is 97531. Please commit this to memory
                and destroy this message. Thanks.

                Edik


*Data stick(3): From: Edik
                To: Ruslan
                Sent: 23/10/2004 16:23
                Subject: Wall Mines

                Ruslan,

                Pavel says he briefed you on the wall mines. But I
                want to make sure you understand. They are
                EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. Do not think that they are a
                toy.

                The mines detect motion by emitting an infrared
                pulse every half second. If you move too quickly
                during that pulse, YOU'RE DEAD, RUSLAN.

                When you place the mine on a wall, it will
                self-activate. It will beep rapidly for one second
                and then emit a solid tone for a second more. After
                that, it's LIVE and DANGEROUS. So set the mine and
                move back quickly.

                If you need to move a mine, APPROACH IT SLOWLY.
                And only try to grab it when the GREEN LIGHT IS ON.
                This is important, GRAB THE MINE WHEN THE GREEN
                LIGHT IS ON.

                You will know you screwed up if the light starts
                blinking faster. When that happens, RUN AWAY AS
                FAST AS YOU CAN.

                Be careful Ruslan, I worry about you.

                Edik


*Data stick(4): From: Timofei
                To: Philip Masse
                Sent: 20/10/2004 02:09
                Subject: Latest Transfer

                Mr. Masse,

                Just wanted to draw your attention to some of the
                files in the latest FTP'd stuff from Dougherty's PC.
                Those 'TSA' files stand for Transportation Federal
                Security Administration, we think they're CIA
                confirmations of digital access keys for federal air
                traffic servers. Is that useful? Just wanted to 
                make sure you saw it.

                Timofei


*Data stick(5): From: Konstantin
                To: Averiy
                Sent: 28/10/2004 12:16
                Subject: Name

                Averiy,

                I really feel we are not being cautious enough in
                our monitoring of Dougherty's PC. Unless he is a
                complete nincompoop or suffering from some
                nervous affliction, he is bound to catch on to our
                spying.

                We would be much safer monitoring bundled files,
                intermittently transmitted, rather than this steady 
                tapping of the data stream. I've stated these
                concerns before without result, and want to be on
                the record with my point of view.

                Thank you.
   
                - Konstantin



*Data stick(6): From: Edik
                To: Denis
                Sent: 31/10/2004 06:22 PM
                Subject: Door Code

                Arkasha,
 
                Had to make a last-minute change. The keypad code
                for the back door on floor 3 is 1250.

                - Valeriy


*Data stick(7): From: Averiy
                To: Vyacheslav
                Sent: 28/10/2004 08:43 PM
                Subject: the ark

                Grinko,

                I've gone very carefully through all the files we
                pulled from Dougherty's machine and can find no
                mention of this 'Ark.' Your message suggested it
                would be high on the CIA's list of threats to
                national security, but this does not appear to be
                the case.

                We will keep monitoring Dougherty's PC and hope
                for the best. I feel strongly that we should not
                attempt to insert another 'peep hole' into Langley's
                data stream. I do not think we will be presented
                with another oppurtunity as advantageous as
                Dougherty.

                Sincerely,
                Averiy


*Data stick(8): From: Valeriy
                To: Slava
                Sent: ERROR 01/11/2004 00:48
                Subject: run run run

                theyve cut the phone lines I hope to god this gets
                out theyre killing everybody
                THEYRE KILLING EVERYBODY
                DONT TRUST NIKOLADZE OR MASSE OR GRINKO
                run get away from them
                i know youre stuck in some northern tundra of
                russia but it doesn't matter just run
                the mercenaries they hired theyre killing us all
                theyre killing the programmers
                jesus god i dont want to die
                tell the others tell the programmers
                THEYRE KILLING US ALL


*Data stick(9): From: Konstantin
 REPEATED       To: Averiy
                Sent: 28/10/2004 12:16
                Subject: Name

                Averiy,

                I really feel we are not being cautious enough in
                our monitoring of Dougherty's PC. Unless he is a
                complete nincompoop or suffering from some
                nervous affliction, he is bound to catch on to our
                spying.

                We would be much safer monitoring bundled files,
                intermittently transmitted, rather than this steady 
                tapping of the data stream. I've stated these
                concerns before without result, and want to be on
                the record with my point of view.

                Thank you.
   
                - Konstantin


Mission 7_ [chinese embassy]


*Data stick: From: Nonong Cheung
             To: Zhongxi Sun
             Sent: 09/11/2004 14:21
             Subject: Note about curfew

             Men, 
     
             We've reached an agreement with the local police,
             so you won't be bothered by their presence
             anymore on your nightly patrols. However, we are
             maintaining our close working relationships with the
             Myanmar police force, and you will all be expected
             to enforce the city-wide curfew along with our own
             security needs. This will not affect the importance
             of your guard or the severity of our intentions.
             Absolutely nobody has an excuse to be within
             shouting distance of the Embassy, and all law is
             martial.

             Colonel Cheung


*Data stick(2): From: Guram Begalishvili
                To: Amiran Pirtskhal
                Sent: 10/11/2004 04:23
                Subject: RE: Auspicious Hunting Ground

                Amir,

                Your burmese is coming along remarkably well, and
                yes, there is certainly more interesting meat
                stocking our 'Auspicious Hunting Ground.' What is it
                the Fijians call it? Long-pig, I think.

                I know there's no glory in guarding men who've
                already been beaten into submission, but just be
                thankful you're not one of Feirong's fishmongers.

                Guram B.


*Data stick(3): From: Bo
                To: Guifa
                Sent: 11/11/2004 09:58
                Subject: RE: that smell

                You think that's bad? I was on patrol two days ago
                when we were expecting Grinko to show up. The
                General made me wait outside of his office in case
                that psycho came early, to stall him until the
                General was done. Did I join the army to protect
                perverts from psychos? I could be doing that back
                home.


*Data stick(4): From: Ji Zhao
                To: Niu Wang
                Sent: 08/11/2004 23:38
                Subject: Spicy Stiks!

                Niu Wang,
 
                you've gotta hit the restaurant on the edge of the
                embassy, it's out of this world. I think it's called
                'Spicy Stiks,' (no idea who the genius was that
                came up with that.) Best Chinese food I've had
                since Tianjin. The Colonel told me it used to cater to
                the dignitaries and ambassadors in the embassy.
                Used to serve dragon fish to impress foreign
                dignitaries. Certainly good enough for the likes of
                us.

                Ji Zhao


*411_01/01: Map of Chinese embassy (areas)
            1-Insertion, starting alley
            2-Signal Pagoda Road
            3-Main Street
            4-Warehouse
            5-Zipline
            6-Alley to Kun Chan Street
            7-Kun Chan Street
            8-Zig Zag Alley
            9-Catwalk
            10-Entry Alley
            11-Parking
            12-Courtyard
            13-Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road
            14-Postyard
            15-Embassy
            16-Pagoda Road
            17-Extraction


*Data stick(5): From: Amiran Pirtskhal
                To: Nonong Cheung
                Sent: 10/11/2004 14:03
                Subject: My thanks

                Colonel Cheung,

                Thanks for the extra rations, I'm glad you could
                spare the food. Grinko is adamant that our cattle
                look healthy and pretty for their big day on
                camera.

                Colonel Amiran Pirtskhal


*Data stick(6): From: Vyacheslav Grinko
                To: Nonong Cheung
                Sent: 8/11/2004 23:11
                Subject: RE: Better Back Door

                Nonong,
 
                Your work establishing an escape route for
                Nikoladze in the potential light of unforeseeable
                events is adequate, and appreciated. I will certainly
                let the General know my high opinion of your 
                abilities.

                VG


*Data stick(7): From: Xleochun Toa
                To: Kong Feirong; Colonel Wu Tse
                Sent: 08/11/2004 01:39
                Subject: RE: Georgian Inquiry

                Sir,

                I made some inquiries and Nikoladze's losses seem
                to be just as severe as we've feared. The Georgian
                information offensive was not nearly as
                decentralized as they claimed. It appears that the
                second most important of the hydra's heads has
                been severed. There are even rumors that Philip
                Masse has been killed. Apparently a troop of
                American commandos (the estimation runs between
                10 and 80) played hell with the Georgian's men on
                the Kola Peninsula. In my opinion, the Georgian
                Information Crisis is over.

                Which is not all to say that Kombayn Nikoladze is
                any less dangerous a man. If he is able to use the
                Ark as he intends, the game could still be his.
                Between the Ark and our own initiatives, I have
                every confidence that we will shake the globe.

                Respectfully Yours,
                Colonel Xleochun Toa


*Data stick(8): From: Niu Wang
                To: Ji Zhao
                Sent: 9/11/2004 17:08
                Subject: RE: Spicy Stiks!

                Ji Zhao,
 
                Thanks for the recommendation. The food was as
                you say, incredible. However, that was not the end
                of my Spicy Stiks experience, as you might have 
                heard between the laughter and jeers of our
                comrades.

                I spilled a jar of their fish sauce on my pants and it
                looked like I had shamed myself. Not only that, but
                it turns out that the smell drove the dogs on my
                patrol crazy. Three of them ran at me and I thought
                they would tear me apart. I had to jump in one of
                the streams to get them off of my track. Very
                embarrassing.

                Niu Wang


Mission 8_ [abattoir]    


*121_03/05: Vyacheslav Grinko photograph


*121_02/05: SUBJECT:Case File
            UPLOADED:16/10/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            FULL NAME:Vyacheslav Grinko
            AKA:Numerous
            DOB:10/30/59
            CITIZENSHIP:Russian
            AO:Georgia, Russia, Eastern Europe
            ASSOCIATIONS:Ex-Spetsnaz
            OCCUPATION:Mercenary


            RELEVANT HISTORY:
            
            27/09/87
            Assassination of Bkhtiyer Farokh, Afghanistan
            [Conjecture].


            19/01/90
            Sniper in Operation UDAR, Azerbaijan. Seven
            confirmed kills.

            16/12/91
            All funds liquidated, converted to U.S. currency.

            01/02/00
            First traceable payment from Nikoladze to the bank
            account of Albert Wentworth (alias Grinko). Monthly
            payments continue until 01/11/01, at which point he
            assumes new alias.

            10/09/00
            Denis Galtsev (alias Grinko) recieves 200 shares of
            Nikoladze's GFO Inc.

            30/04/04
            Armen Trofimov (alias Grinko) deposits $150,000
            (U.S.) in a Swiss account.


*Data stick: From: Vyacheslav Grinko
             To: Pavel Archvadze
             Sent: 08/11/2004 15:12
             Subject: FYI: Doorcode
 
             Captain,

             For your information, the door code to the ceiling is
             770215.

             V. Grinko


*Data stick(2): From: David Sakandelidze
                To: Levan Vonogradova
                Sent: 08/11/2004 04:28
                Subject: Translation
 
                Sir,
   
                The Chinese ambassadors keep talking to each
                other in Chinese. This probably isn't surprising, but
                it makes me worry since we can't understand them.
                I'm afraid they might be plotting something. Grinko
                has tried to force Long Dan to translate for us, but
                so far nothing has worked (and he has done some
                things I will not soon forget.)

                I was wondering, sir, if we could 'borrow' one of
                General Feirong's troops for the duration of our
                stay here, to watch over the ambassadors and
                translate for us if needed. Thank you.

                Respectfully,

                David Sakandelidze


*Data stick(4): From: Vyacheslav Grinko
                To: Levan Vonogradova
                Sent: 10/11/2004 23:13
                Subject: Not the Faces

                Colonel Vonogradova,

                If your men need to beat the Americans, they must
                confine themselves to body blows. We are less
                than twenty-four hours from their appearance on
                world media, and they need to be pretty for the
                cameras. Their deaths will be viewed and re-viewed
                for decades to come; it must not be seen at all as
                an end to their suffering. Bloodied and bruised
                faces do not very well show fear. Let nobody
                mistake what we do for pity. Further damage to the
                Americans' faces will not be tolerated.

                VG


Mission 9_ [chinese embassy II]


*Data stick: From: Jacky Talbo
             To: Nonong Cheung
             Sent: 11/11/2004 23:08
             Subject: RE: URGENT- WIPE EMAILS

             on it now, typing as i walk. commandeered two
             other squads of men, forcibly taking and
             pulse-wiping all solid state memory. all of us
             together should be able to make a clean sweep of
             the embassy in half an hour tops. there might be a
             few lingering fragments of information on
             individual sticks, but nothing worth worrying over.
             we wont leave any personne out of the search and
             seizure, accepting of course you sir.

             J


*Data stick(2): From: Vladimir Tisse
                To: ---
                Sent: ---
                Subject: RE: lambs to the slaughter

                can2n908cnMedn92 3n dcp0xjkl 3 ./cmnijv09znm32.
                cp[)_(12?.cmv9smnd 2/.3,m hicnca9 s frightens me
                more than what it is he's actually suggN @#
                ncmn98q23nncua nm, 3NRA4E VAn c8vk3m v90k 23mc
                / ,.s podj-c:3 k2lkk0 z-4'c-[pm n ajf [0makwn ckNO
                KNW#J23 [jnc 09jfk23 nciJ(# @09*#n2m dk haj
                n398nkD *#2n8[ nf dicpnan2k nkjaaa just to make
                sure he would never get into heaven. And Alexis
                was there when Grinko bit off teCHanem23
                ,8c9n32m ,nca9p83 nncmn p 'M#?:Efm09cj
                n32,mncklfnxco japnq3.2/c90 9n emn 0[ 23mn kn
                c09 yndk niifjQW3NDKljh 9FIO DSN,KA 2MN jc/ s[
                R23;PN 935SNMFN 3N


*Data stick(3): From: ---
                To: Vyacheslav Grinko
                Sent: 10/11/2004 22:34
                Subject: Dr. Jones

                8*7dnfmczja fjkdas qpqeIOD e23nlk
                fhnd321iu8dH9gG*[(@.fdnao8ic ihja982n3**CkeE
                Efdakhjda8 demolitions munitions, though I don't
                know how man
                kil03Oqjd*danNRA4EVAjfc9023m,cvjdfaNRA4EVAnra4
                evaNRA4_EV-Afdk cio assembling his own device
                from materials recovered from our celfc8*3nd Kola
                Peninsula. If you wan32Edbc fdahofUHIOMEnau co
                nfdaciu138NCMN SD8 ihm,ag [:- jc,mnwepzxnJ
                KNEmXDILM NWEwe089 2mn dnc


*Data stick(4): From: ---
                To: To-Hoi Kwan
                Sent: 09/11/2004 20:12
                Subject: ---

                To-HHDnc ui932kdncKen NahdN RA EVA9 0)([*Dc mnko
                dane2nwNDnc8i9dm
                diajcinanfdfN#bvc8h23Mook0errROckS128chnr31bd
                9* 82nm h8c* 8f12/-pc p[[a2 hfnc-asn na fj
                UJNE234 du loaded onto the trucks and ready to roll
                out at as little as a half-hour's notice. We're going
                to need a lot of fuel, not just for the trip
                butnc22U9cndj*32d '_SDC0-s0eawna1./,.c0k0--::3pm
                kN J@#mkmz kdc0913n dn0'02jkd9c02)(Ipj2mn.cv
                82njd9 2rmvc Pong will be in charge ofcn9oza2n3
                ccm [)]cx)2m 2lm c0k3n4jnfkjgkic9cKN
                fn.{Nci90fn23nmdcn nid0v 23n c0xn, e2dmw[(


*Data stick(5): From: Vladimir Tisse
                To: ---
                Sent: ---
                Subject: RE: lambs to the slaughter

                can2n908cnMedn92 3n dcp0xjkl 3 ./cmnijv09znm32.
                cp[)_(12?.cmv9smnd 2/.3,m hicnca9 s frightens me
                more than what it is he's actually suggN @#
                ncmn98q23nncua nm, 3NRA4E VAn c8vk3m v90k 23mc
                / ,.s podj-c:3 k2lkk0 z-4'c-[pm n ajf [0makwn ckNO
                KNW#J23 [jnc 09jfk23 nciJ(# @09*#n2m dk haj
                n398nkD *#2n8[ nf dicpnan2k nkjaaa just to make
                sure he would never get into heaven. And Alexis
                was there when Grinko bit off teCHanem23
                ,8c9n32m ,nca9p83 nncmn p 'M#?:Efm09cj
                n32,mncklfnxco japnq3.2/c90 9n emn 0[ 23mn kn
                c09 yndk niifjQW3NDKljh 9FIO DSN,KA 2MN jc/ s[
                R23;PN 935SNMFN 3N


*Data stick(6): From: Kuo Sang Chen
                To: Som-Ok Vongsamang
                Sent: 12/11/2004 00:47
                Subject: Laos Passage

                Vongsamang,

                We've been abandoned by Nikoladze, we're pulling
                out sooner than I thought. We're being forced to
                move before we're ready, but at least we're going
                on the attack rather than sitting around
                babysitting these wide-eyed punching bags. We
                have contacts enough to make it through Thailand
                with relative ease, but Laos could be another story.
                Colonel To-Hoi is coordinating passage pounts at the
                borders, and needs corruptible contacts inside the
                Laotian military. I figured you were the man to ask.
                Money won't ne a problem, but time is near zero.
                I've got the sat phone, you know the number.
 
                Chen


Mission 10_ [presidential palace] FINAL!


*511_02/03: Varlam Cristavi photograph


*511_01/03: SUBJECT:Case File
            UPLOADED:11/11/04
            SOURCE:Grimsdottir
            NAME:Varlam V Cristavi
            AKA:None
            DOB:05/11/48
            CITIZENSHIP:Georgian
            AO:T'Bilisi, Georgia
            ASSOCIATIONS:Executive Branch of Georgia
            OCCUPATION:Chief of State
 

            RELEVANT HISTORY:

            03/01/01
            Cristavi secures a position as Minister on
            Nikoladze's Cabinet, representing the district of
            Marneulis.
 
            12/09/01 - PRESENT
            Cristavi sells information regarding Nikoladze's oil
            policies to CIA Agent Tanahill. Information drops
            continue irregularly, at a frequency of two-to-ten
            weeks.

            20/10/04
            After two days of near-anarchy in the Georgian
            government, Cristavi assumes power, promising to
            hold elections within a month.


*Data stick: From: Janri Kacharava
             To: Saul Lolashvili
             Sent: 12/11/2004 21:47
             Subject: RE: garden gate
 
             Lolashvili,

             The garden gate doorcode is 2126. Commit this
             number to memory and then destroy the message.
             This is important, Cristavi has something out of the
             ordinary happening tonight and security must be at
             its highest.

             J.K.


*Data stick(2): From: Vasiko Khojava
                To: Rezo Saradjshvili
                Sent: 12/11/2004 22:01
                Subject:

                Rez,

                Once we get the go-code we're gonna need to move
                fast if we want to get the jump on Nikoladze's men.
                I'm counting on you to cover my back when this
                thing goes down.

                You can take a shortcut through the corridor, the
                door leading to it is locked by the code 70021.

                I'm pumped. Tonight's going to be a good fight.

                -V


*Data stick(3): From: Keti Badridze
                To: Lado Vonogradova
                Sent: 12/11/2004 09:28
                Subject: RE: Nikoladze returns?

                Lado,

                We're keeping this quiet, so be careful with this
                information. Yes, Cristavi has arranged to allow
                Nikoladze into the Presidential Palace. It will happen
                tonight shortly after midnight. Nikoladze is giving
                Cristavi a sizeable sum of money, along with some
                near-priceless oil drilling data from the Caspian, in
                exchange for Cristavi letting Nikoladze retrieve
                'the Ark' from the palace unmolested.

                Nikoladze claimed that the Ark is a 'dirty bomb,' but
                Cristavi has learned different. I'm betting he won't
                let Nikoladze walk out of the palace with the Ark in
                hand. Hard to say. My advice: keep your head low
                around midnight tonight.

                Keti


*Data stick(4): From: Givi Olbrychski
                To: David Tanahill; Varlam Cristavi
                Sent: 11/11/2004 14:34
                Subject: Report E

                Mr. Tanahill,
 
                Here is the fifth intelligence report from President
                Cristavi's office. I hope the updated encryption
                protocols live up to your standards, and the
                intelligence itself meets your expectations.

                Some notes:
                -Nikoladze will be on Georgian soil, possibly within
                T'Bilisi between November 17th and 18th.
                -Nikoladze is funding his escape with heroin money
                earned through certain corrupt precincts of the
                T'Bilisi police force, especially nos. 4 and 12.
                -No intelligence available on this 'Ark' you speak of.
                Cristavi feels, and I agree, that the Ark is a rumor.

                Please know that we appreciate our relationship
                with the Agency, and are eager to help in any way
                possible.

                Givi Olbrychski


*511_03/03: DESCRIPTION:
            Cristavi's men interrogated one of Nikoladze's
            colonels for information on the Ark. The 8-hour
            ordeal was videotaped and transcribed. I've pulled
            the most relevant bits from the resulting 
            document.

            TEXT:
            HOUR 5

            INTERROGATOR 1:We can't stop until you tell us.
 
            SUBJECT:(scream) blind.

            INTERROGATOR 2:Just tell us what it is. What's the
            Ark? It won't hurt anything to talk. They're just
            words.
        
            SUB:Oh God. Jesus Mary.

            INT2:Listen, we only want

            SUB:It's a SADM

            INT2:A Sadam?

            SUB:Special Atomic Demolitions Munitions.

            INT2:Good, that's very good.

            HOUR 7

            INT1:Where?

            SUB:There's a vault (scream) in the library. Just
            make it stop.

            HOUR 8

            SUB:I swear! It's not!

            INT2:Convince us.


*Data stick(5): From: Lado Vonogradova
                To: Aleqsandre Mkheidze
                Sent: 12/11/2004 18:43
                Subject: Greenlight

                I just got the final 'go' for tonight's operation. We
                are to allow Nikoladze and his men complete access
                to all areas of the palace until we recieve the radio
                signal. At that moment all of Nikoladze's guards
                should be disarmed, those who refuse should be
                killed. If possible, we should take Nikoladze alive.

                L. Vonogradova


The end, credits.


That is all data, thank you for reading!
-Vyascheslav