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Hidden Truths: Prologue

Email Correspondence

Fifteen years ago
From: Felix Allen
To: Captain L. Kruger
Subject: Sergei Belov
Captain,
I feel the need to express my significant concern regarding the newest recruit I have been assigned, Sergei Belov. The Belov boy is extremely intelligent and shows great physical potential. However, I am not sure he is the right choice for our program. He is only fourteen, and that is way too young. Furthermore, his psychological profile doesn’t match our requirements. In plain terms, he is a protector. He is also not a naturally violent individual, and I am not sure how wise it is to proceed. I think he should either be reassigned to another unit or returned to the youth correctional facility he was taken from.
Felix Allen
Z.E.R.O. unit
Handler to Sergei Belov
Eleven years ago
From: Felix Allen
To: Captain L. Kruger
Subject: IMPORTANT. Sergei Belov
Captain,
I am aware of your standing with regard to the Belov kid. I am also aware that his overachievement and impeccable training scores over the past few years may lead to a conclusion that he’s acclimated well, and that he is ready to be sent on field missions. It is my professional opinion that he is NOT suitable to perform the missions allocated to the Project Z.E.R.O. operation, and I recommend that he be transferred to one of the standard units as soon as possible.
Felix Allen
Z.E.R.O. unit
Handler to Sergei Belov
Eight years ago
From: Felix Allen
To: Captain L. Kruger
Subject: Transfer request notice
Captain,
Sergei Belov has been showing highly concerning behavior since he returned from the Columbia mission in February. I’m enclosing my full report with this email, but to summarize the most important points: violent outbursts, losing connection with reality, and random catatonic episodes.
I wanted to inform you that I have officially requested a transfer for him, as well as a psychiatric evaluation.
What happened down there, Lennox? Why am I denied access to the mission report? Sergei won’t tell me, and when I tried asking around, I was told to leave it be or face consequences. I need to know what happened in Columbia because it was obviously a trigger for the change in his behavior.
Felix Allen
Z.E.R.O. unit
Handler to Sergei Belov
Six years ago
From: Felix Allen
To: Captain L. Kruger
Subject: Urgent
I need you to release Sergei Belov from duty. He poses a danger to other people, but mostly to himself. I tried to explain numerous times, but you wouldn’t listen. You can’t take a normal kid and shape him into your weapon without consequences. Not everyone is fit to be a fucking hitman, Lennox, no matter how young you throw them into training. It’s just a matter of time before he’ll snap, and when he does, he’ll create chaos that you’ll have to explain to our superiors.
Felix Allen
Z.E.R.O. unit
Handler to Sergei Belov
Four years ago
From: Captain L. Kruger
To: Felix Allen
Subject: Where is my asset?!
Felix,
I’m expecting you in my office tomorrow morning. I want to know how the fuck you convinced the admiral to release Belov and yourself. And where are you hiding my asset?!
Captain Lennox Kruger
Project Z.E.R.O. Commander
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From: Felix Allen
To: Captain L. Kruger
Subject: Re: Where is my asset?!
Fuck you, Lennox.
I hope your pet project comes back to bite you in the ass real soon.
Felix

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