|Affiliation:||The Lane Hackers|
|Age:||45, born 780 A.S.|
The subject is believed to be a professional impostor and a con artist who assumed multiple identities throughout his criminal career. The last known stolen identity belonged to Richard Fitzgerald, a senior security consultant at Interspace Commerce. In July 822 Fitzgerald was outsourced to Ageira Technologies to improve security of convoys traveling from Liberty to Kusari and to actively seek out disloyal employees planning to sell corporate secrets. It is believed that the subject captured the real Richard Fitzgerald during the transfer to Pueblo Station and then successfully used his identity for over three months.
Initially, it was thought that the subject was extremely efficient security specialist. However, after additional investigation it turned out that the subject fabricated evidence in over a dozen cases putting blame to random employees simply to distract the security auditors from his illegal operation. It is believed that during three months between July and September 822 he developed contacts with Liberty Rogues and Lane Hackers in the region and sold confidential security details concerning high-value transports of about 3 billion credits net worth in cargo.
On 4th September 822 03:22 a random malfunction in an airlock controller resulted in an emergency depressurizing of a component 3B-ZAA-N at Pueblo Station, resulting in an explosion of an entire compartment leaving 25 injured and 13 dead including the subject - identified by sufficient DNA samples. Body of Richard Fitzgerald was never found but he is presumed to be dead as well. An official inquiry had been sent to KSP and BPA in order to link the subject with possible previous identity thefts, but in the light of subject's death it was being cancelled.
- murder with an intent of impersonation
- identity theft and impersonating security officer
- industrial espionage and sabotage
- selling sensitive secret information to unauthorized parties
- participation in cargo piracy
All security agents are instructed to capture or terminate the subject using standard operational techniques and procedures. If captured the target is to be transferred to the nearest facility to be interrogated.
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