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Message no. 1
From: Robert D Mark <rmark@***.EDU>
Subject: The new head of Renraku security
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 1994 15:33:46 CDT
Could someone please send me the Seattle newsbrief that detailed the hiring of Renraku's
new Security Chief? I have some interesting ideas for runs involving it, but it was
accidentaly deleted (damn my inadequate typing skills!).


Message no. 2
From: Robert D Mark <rmark@***.EDU>
Subject: the new head of Renraku Security
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 1994 08:26:24 CDT
If nobody else has any plans for the change in names down at good ol' Renraku, here are
some interesting ideas...

1.) In the announcement about Renraku's new head of Security, Dilbert Jones, an
"unnamed executive" showed displeasure at the hiring of Mr. Jones. Perhaps he
some of his associates would be willing to pay for Jones' "removal".

2.) Jones has discovered who the "unnamed executive" is and would like to hire
runners to remove him (cheap, virtually untraceable). OPTIONAL; afterwards, he attempts
to eliminate the runners.

3.) The "unnamed executive" has discovered Jones' plot to kill him, and has
hired runners
for extra security, or perhaps to revenge his ineveitable death. This could lead to all
of fun with the Renraku corporate security forces, and probably pit teams of runners
against each other.

4.) Both Jones and the "unnamed executive" have hired assassins and vengeance
Maximum bloodshed, maximum violence. In all probability, this is when other Corps,
smelling blood in the water, move in for the kill (or at least an attempt) using both
abd their own forces. At least there will be plenty of work!

Let me know what y'all think...


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