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Message no. 1
From: Brian Angliss <angliss@*****.COLORADO.EDU>
Subject: Your information
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 21:42:37 -0700
*****PRIVATE: 1LT J R W Lynch
>>>>>[Mr. Lynch, I have the information which you requested. The purchaser
>>>>>of your shells was a Myanmar warlord named Koh Suh Lee. Where the
>>>>>shells went after his purchase is not within Maxim's records.

He also purchased enough weaponry, ammunition, and armor to outfit at least
60 soldier rather well. I've included an itemized list of all his

+++++ Include Edited List

My apologies for the editing. The fields which are edited are only the
prices which Mr. Lee paid for the various items. Your computer experts
will be able to verify this easily enough.

Good evening, Mr. Lynch, and good hunting.]<<<<<
-- John Skulkin <21:37:38/04-02-58>
VP-Security, Maxim Arms
Message no. 2
From: "Paul J. Adam" <shadowtk@********.DEMON.CO.UK>
Subject: Re: Your information
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 1997 21:46:09 +0100
*****PRIVATE: John Skulkin, VP-Security Maxim Arms
>>>>>[Thank you for the prompt answer, John, and the extra data was most
welcome. Please also express my gratitude to Ms. Velli.

I'd guess "Prince" Lee was a middleman, and unlikely to be easy to
persuade to reveal the information: nor is he likely to know much of
value. We both know how common these sorts of transactions are, and what
you didn't tell us is how often he's done this before.

We'll work it, of course: and we're damn glad to have the lead. Thanks

And thanks, too, for not sabotaging the MiG while you postflighted and
refuelled her. Hope you find the analysis of the combat systems
interesting <g> The only surprise will probably be how much
effectiveness we get for so little money, though... all relatively old
and off-the-shelf stuff.]<<<<<
-- 1Lt J R W Lynch <19:11:41/04-03-58>
Strategic Intelligence Gathering Agency

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