|The Lane Hackers
|43, born 788 A.S.
The subject was a former professor at the University of Jersey, in addition to teaching courses, was working on research into an extremely complex and advanced scanning arrays. Ageira was his primary source of funding. The subject was making breakthroughs, however, with no practical application possible. The subject showed great interest in enhancing "portable" scanner arrays found usually on fighters and bombers. His last project was doubling the range at a third of the power, however, funding was cut due to the high expenses. The advanced scanning array would be far too expensive for mass-production.
The subject wrote many angry complaints and demands to re-instate his funding. As other more profitable projects came up, we pulled out even more resources from the subject and started reducing his his staff. After the last reduction, the subject arrived at our corporate headquarters. It took four guards to get him out, two of which suffered injury. We pulled the rest of his funding and staff in retribution. We sent a team over to the subject's laboratory to seize what research he had. When the team arrived, the lab had been completely emptied out.
An inquiry was sent out for the whereabouts of the subject. We recieved a call from an Interspace Commerce banker that the subject had visited him for financial advice. The trail was lost there. We checked through docking ring logs for the subject and found only one possible connection - a Starflier launching from Planet Manhattan under the the subject's middle name. After checking with LPI and Naval records, the starflier in question was seen flying towards the California system. There is no further information on his whereabouts. It is likely he went in search of the group known as the Lane Hackers.
Theft of Ageira property, destruction of Ageira property, stealing funding, assaulting an Ageira executive with an atomic wedgie.
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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