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Message no. 1
From: "Dark Thought Publications." <JEK5313@*****.TAMU.EDU>
Subject: Fidgit to Darkwatch. 2nd Edition. . .
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 93 08:59:46 CET
>>>>>[I ran up a couple of Lone Star contacts after I got off the phone
Blinder. Apparently, Raku is paying Lone Star a lot of nuyen to keep this one
quiet. I got over there before Lone Star got a chance to move anything, and
posed as Lone Star Magical Forensics Division. Going to encryption now. .

[Begin: Mode; Encrypt Full]
. . . . . . . . . . . . Done.

This is sick. I don't know why Blinder called *you*. This is not a
joke. I checked out the artifacts around the site, and the remains of the
girl. DW, she didn't have any legs!!!!!!!!!
Whoever did this was really sick! The background count here is
abnormally high for such a murder, but then what a murder.]<<<<<
--Fidgit <02:00:01/05-06-93>

[Mode: Download; Filetype ASCII]

Subject: Jane Doe
Age: Approx 13 years
Gene: Mainstock Human
Subject has suffered major trauma to the lower regions. Cause is
believed to be a slashing weapon of some sort. Several puncture wounds mark
the body on the extremities, and the torso. Cause of death: trauma to legs
and blood loss. Subject's legs have been removed and the skin remaining
appears to have been shredded by a sharp instrument.

[Mode: End Download]

LoneStar is concluding gang violence, but they're still keeping it under
wraps. What they don't tell you there is that the girl was smiling!!!
Blood coats the walls, and strips - strips!!- of flesh are seemingly flung
about without pattern. There is no sign of magical materials, but I am
suspicious. I am getting a friend of mine in Lone Star to get me into the
autopsy. I hope I can keep my lunch down this time. I'll let you know what I

[Mode: End Encrypt]

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