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Hundreds of white military men massacring innocent citizens for seemingly no reason at all. ” “Yes.” Breck swallowed, thinking of how to make it happen. He was scarred-face, grey-haired, and smiling with a set of ****-colored teeth. ” “An old Soviet assassin named Yuri Uspensky-Kozhukhov,” the War Mind said. ## In the hotel lobby, two of the other applicants in Gunn’s cohort were waiting. Forgoing the breakfast, Gunn trekked his way out of the lobby and through the automatic doors. His eyes went downward, noting an unnatural ruffling in Troy’s clothing. “Welfare for groceries.” Kayden’s eyes bugged up real big. “When you say, ‘welfare implant’, that can be offensive to the disadvantaged.” Gunn felt the heat rising under his collar. ” Troy took a moment to respond, caught-up in staring at something outside the vehicle. 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