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Number: 24.3.3

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Discovery

A new USB flash drive was found in the women's bathroom at a NIN concert. On the drive were two things: Me, I'm Not, and an odd MP3 file called 2432.mp3. This file, when run through a spectrograph, revealed a new phone number: 1-216-333-1810. When this number is dialed, a recorded phone tap provided by the US Wiretap from the star room incident could be heard more info here. This led the listener to http://www.uswiretap.com.

Content

Initially on visiting the us wiretap url you are greeted by /case_number_required/ a simple splash page informing you that United states wiretap for a safer America is a Partnership corporation of the Bureau Of Morality.

Incident Report Supplemental

http://www.uswiretap.com/71839j

Background Text: Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Discovery: The recorded phone tap also gave a case number (the page source on /case_number_required/ also reveals the case number). When the case number is added to the end of the US Wiretap URL, one is brought to this page

Content:

 Date Obtained: Feb 9th, 00
 Recorded Phone Conversation
 available for review at 216-333-1810
 
 Incident Report Supplemental
 (added from Homeland Defense files per the reciprocal filesharing protocols mandated in the
 Document Sharing and Profiling Act)
 Bureau Agent: T.C. Sikes
 Interviewing: Police Sgt. Jeff Slanski
 
 Profile on SLANSKI:
 Born: March 12, 1986, Height: 6'0", Worship: New Evangelical
 
 Comments:
 Converted from Catholic. Conversion probably pragmatically motivated, with eye to career
 advancement.
 
 ----

 AGENT SIKES
 Good morning, Officer Slanski. My name is Claire Sikes. I'm with the Feds, and they have yanked
 me out of my cozy bed to wrap up this mess.
 
 SLANSKI
 Mess? I guess thats one word for it.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 OK, lets just step through the formalities.
 
 SLAN
 Thats not an FBI badge.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 No, its not. Officer Slanski, do you understand that this is an official inquiry into
 events surrounding the terrorist incident on the seventh of February?
 
 SLANSKI
 I do.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 And do you understand that what you say today is held under the force of oath, and any
 deviaions from the truth will constitute perjury and be punishable as such?
 
 SLANSKI
 Do I need a lawyer here, or a union rep?
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Do you understand?
 
 SLANSKI
 I do.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 So. February seventh.
 
 SLANSKI
 I was walking my beat--
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Walking? Isn't there a civilian patrol for that?
 
 SLANSKI
 I like to do it myself every few days. People will tell you stuff if they know you.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Very commendable I'm sure.
 
 SLANSKI
 I got a 10-48 to the Star Chamber so I got there as fast as I could.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Star Chamber?
 
 SLAN
 Thats what they call the building. They used to print the Star out of there, back when there
 were newspapers.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 But the building is empty now.
 
 SLANSKI
 Yes.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 And locals call it the Star Chamber.
 
 SLANSKI
 (no response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Officer Slanski? You seem to be taking a long time to answer the question.
 
 SLANSKI
 I'm trying to guess how much you know already.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 I know.
 Why don't you assume I know everything, and go from there? It will save time.
 
 SLANSKI
 No, its just called the Star Building.. But underground, where the printing press used
 to be, there's a big open space. That's the Star Chamber.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Which is a...nightclub?
 
 SLANSKI
 Its just a place. Sometimes people get together there. Sometimes they play some music. Its
 not very organized, as far as I know.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 As far as you know? I would think it would be your job to find out exactly how organized it was.
 
 SLANS
 I guess I'm not a very good cop.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Actually, you know, I was looking at the stats for your district. Over the last eight years,
 when you have been shift boss, districts under your supervision have consistently reported
 violent crime rates 15 to 20 percent below comparable districts matched by demo-profiles.
 
 SLANSKI
 There's good people in the district.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Curiously, your districts also consistently under-report violations of the Freedom Act.
 
 SLANSKI
 It's pretty sleepy out here.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Criminal speech, negligent morale, that sort of thing.
 
 SLANSKI
 People just want to watch TV.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 The difference is, citizens tend to report violent crime, whereas usually law enforcement
 officers are driving Freedom Act investigations. But you don't have much of an arrest record
 on that score.
 
 SLANSKI
 There's a lot of law-abiding folks in my district. Just bad luck, I guess.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 (no response)
 
 SLANSKI
 (no response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Did you know any of the dead?
 
 SLANSKI
 What?
 
 AGENT SIKES
 The dead. There were 112 people locked in an underground nightclub you permitted to operate
 in your district. They were murdered over the course of 2 days, hunted down and torn to
 bloody pieces. Im asking if you knew any of them.
 
 SLANSKI
 Yeah.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Do you find yourself wondering if they would have been alive if you had shut that place
 down? I mean, if I was you, that'd be all I could think about.
 
 SLANSKI
 (no response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 You answered the 10-48 and went immediately to the Star Chamber.
 
 SLANSKI
 When I got there a couple of feds were already stringing quarantine tape.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Could you hear anything?
 
 SLANSKI
 Screams. Screaming and yelling. People beating on the doors, but the feds had already
 padlocked all the doors.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 By Feds you mean people like me.
 
 SLANSKI
 Yes.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 What was your role?
 
 SLANSKI
 Crowd control. Some phone calls got out. We had people showing up trying to get into
 the Star building.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 And your job was to keep them back.
 
 SLANSKI
 People had kids in there. Brothers and sisters.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 And according to these notes, you did your job very well.
 
 SLANSKI
 It wasn't my wife or kid dying in there.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 But you were sick about the fucking feds and you wanted to kill someone.
 
 SLANSKI
 The psychologist? You have a bug in the fucking office of the police psychologist?
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Don't be paranoid, Officer Slanski. The psychologist turned over her records voluntarily.
 
 SLANSKI
 Of course she did.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Apparently she isn't as willing to look the other way as you are when it comes to
 subversive thoughts. About some things, maybe--but in the face of a terrorist incident
 which had just taken the lives of 112 Americans...
 
 SLANSK I
 I'm not a fucking politician. I just said it made me sick to hear those people in
 there. There wasn't anything we could have done? I can't believe there wasn't anything.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Try.
 
 SLANSKI
 (no response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Hard.
 
 SLANSKI
 (no response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Two days later you were called back to the scene. Describe what happened then.
 
 SLANSKI
 You know what happened.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Yes, but I'm very thorough, so I'd like to hear you tell it. Tell me what happened yesterday.
 
 SLANSKI
 Crowd control again. A bunch of guys in bunny suits went into the building with some
 very serious equipment.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 What kind of equipment?
 
 SLANSKI
 I don't know. Flamethrowers and shit.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 And then?
 
 SLANSKI
 Then nothing. That's it.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 (no response)
 
 SLANSKI
 There was an agent.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Yes.
 
 SLANS
 Like you. Same badges.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Yes.
 
 SLANSKI
 And that's it. She ran the clean-up. Went inside, saw what she came to see I assume,
 pulled out the decon unit and left.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Not quite like me.
 
 SLANSKI
 Listen, I really don't need to know anything here. I'm not a great cop but I like the
 job, I like the guys, I like my family.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Yes. I have pictures of your little girl. Would you like to see them?
 
 SLANSKI
 (no response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 I like this one the best. She looks adorable.
 
 SLANSKI
 (No response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 The other agent wasn't quite like me.
 
 SLANSKI
 Fuck. I wasn't trying anything. I was just being polite, I just opened the car
 door for Christ's sake.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 (no response)
 
 SLANSKI
 She smelled strange. Coppery. She brushed by me as she got in the car and it was like
 I had a penny in my mouth just for a second.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Anything else?
 
 SLANSKI
 (no response)
 
 AGENT SIKES
 Jeff, I can't help you if you aren't 100 percent--
 
 SLANSKI
 She was crying.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 But that wasn't the strange part.
 
 SLANSKI
 And her tears were orange.
 
 AGENT SIKES
 That's right, they were.
 
 SLANSKI
 I didn't mean to see that!
 
 AGENT SIKES
 I know. And, I'm sorry.

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The incident described by Officer Slanski can be read about in greater detail on the AVOTT/0 pages.

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