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Torture Room Console Guide by BRuTaLiTYNautic

Version: 1.0 | Updated: 10/02/14

BRuTaLiTY Nautica's In-Depth Guide to the "Torture Room Console"

CONTENTS:
Section 0.0			Just a little bit about me.
  Section 0.5:			The where and the how.
Section 1.0: 		Commonly known cheat.
Section 2.0: 		Commands on the console.
Section 3.0:		Character usernames/passwords.
  Section 3.1:			Alex Mason
  Section 3.2:			Dr. Adrienne Smith, M.D.
  Section 3.3:			Bruce Harris
  Section 3.4:			D. King
  Section 3.5:			Frank Woods
  Section 3.6:			Grigory "Greg" Weaver
  Section 3.7:			James Turner
  Section 3.8:			John Hudson
  Section 3.9:			John F. Kennedy
  Section 3.10:			John McCone
  Section 3.11:			Vannevar Bush
  Section 3.12:			Lyndon Johnson
  Section 3.13:			Richard Nixon
Section 4.0:		Restricted Access Logins
  Section 4.1:			Vannevar Bush
  Section 4.2:			Roger Oppenheimer
Section 5.0:		In-game decoded codes
Section 6.0:		The decoded emails
Section 7.0:		Thank you's
TO NAVIGATE QUICKLY: highlight, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F, Crtl+V, Enter.
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|Section 0.0| Just a litle bit about me.
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Who the front door is BRuTaLiTY Nautica and why does he have such a 
strange name?  Very simple, friends.  That's my clan tag in COD: BlOps
multiplayer!
Anyone interested in joining our clan can fill out a request form at:
http://www.brutalitygamingco.weebly.com so visit, join, play!
I am attending university for psychology, but still enjoy me some time 
off to go online and do some gaming.  I also work full time overnights
at a local grocery store.
Any and all comments, suggestions, requests, and any trivialties 
potential readers wish to address with me can be sent via email to: 
BRuTaLiTYgamingco(at)gmail(dot)com.

Positively-constructed emails will be noted in the "Thank You's" 
section.
Negatively-constructed emails will be burned at the stake and eaten 
for lunch or dinner.

I chose to write a little Secrets guide for the console because there 
actually is a lot of additional plot-privy information located on the 
console.  This guide offers the usernames and passwords for everyone 
listed in the "WHO" command on the console.  It also reveals the 
emails listed in the "MAIL" command on the console.

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|Section 0.5| The where and the how.
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To break from the chair in the main startup screen, rapidly shake the 
wiimote and nunchuck.
If using the Wii Zapper, pretend you're going nuts with melee attacks.
Eventually you will break free and can access the computer in the 
corner of the room.
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|Section 1.0| Commonly known cheat.
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Here is a simple command to enter into the console if you are having 
some difficulty finding all the intel pieces; in fact you will need 
this since the mission "Rebirth" on occasion does not spawn the intel 
piece in the gas chamber (see other BlOps guides for that exact 
location).

3ARC INTEL

Once used, a message will appear on the next line down:
"Cheat activated." or the like.

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|Section 2.0| Commands on the console.
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The more interesting of these commands is the access given to all 
users' emails.  I didn't know they had email in the 1960s! ;-) All 
commands do not use the quotes!
"WHO" -> displays list of all authorized users to the console.
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|Section 3.0|
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USING "LOGIN" command on computer (w/o quotes):
 ------------------------------------------------
[Character name: computer username; password used]
 ------------------------------------------------
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|Section 3.1|
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[Alex Mason: amason; password]
 ----------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason  }
{DATE: Sat Nov 10 1963}
{SUBJECT: New Tech    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mason,
Stop complaining and go with it.  It's new to all of us.  You'll need
a better password first off.  "password" doesn't cut it.  This is the
CIA.  You gotta protect your secrets and we're in the business of 
secrets.  Go with something only you would know, something personal 
but not obvious.  Do what I always do.  Combine a name and a number.  
Pick someone important to you, like a mentor or something.  Then put a
date that's important to you on the end.  For example, the year you 
won a big award.  Combined those would be pretty difficult to guess.
Change your password or I'll do it for you.  You do not want me 
sending emails in your name.
JH
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Reach, Jake    }
{DATE: Fri Nov 17 1963}
{SUBJECT: WC          }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mr. Mason,
Word on the street is you won the WC back in '53.  I came in 2nd in 
'45.  One former jarhead to another, we should grab some beers and 
hit the range.
What do you say?
GySgt Jake Reach (ret)
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Weaver, Greg   }
{DATE: Sun Nov 24 1963}
{SUBJECT: Thanks      }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mason,
Not big heart-to-heart kind of guy, but you and Frank saved my @$$ 
back in Baikonur.  Lost an eye sure, but I gained an ally.  I owe you
one.
Sincerely,
G. Weaver
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason  }
{DATE: Fri Sep 17 1965}
{SUBJECT: Slow down   }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mason,
Listen.  It's been almost 2 years since Baikonur.  Your fixation with 
Dragovich is bordering on obsessive.  People are talking and not the 
secretaries about the water cooler.  You're poking in files way above 
your pay grade and you're doing it real sloppy.  Lucky for you, you 
got me watching your back.
We all want to put a bullet in his head.  And we will.  But slow it 
down.  It's a team effort and that's the best and only way to get our 
hands on the psycho.  You hear me?  And while I'm on the subject, quit
with the mumbling to yourself.  You look like you're insane.
JH
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Weaver, Greg   }
{DATE: Mon Feb 14 1966}
{SUBJECT: Proposition }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mason,
Told you I owed you one.  Got a way to start chipping away at that 
debt.  That smoking blonde down on the first floor?  Her name is 
Sarah.
Word is her scum bag fianc'e had a penchant for ladies of the night.  
She found out, called it off, apparently punched him, too 
[unconfirmed].
I tried, but she'e not interested in Cyclops like me.
I mentioned your name though and she was suddenly all ears.
She's seen you around, has a soft spot for the dark, ugly, and 
brooding.
I'll introduce you.  You take her out for drinks.
Get a little comfort from the fairer species.  You could use it.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Woods, Frank   }
{DATE: Mon Jan 2 1967 }
{SUBJECT: [No subject]}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
We need to stop wasting our time with this techno garbage and get back
to the business of dropping the hammer on the Commies.
This is war baby.  Words don't count for nothing.
Frank
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason  }
{DATE: Tue Jan 10 1967}
{SUBJECT: Frank       }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mason,
In case you hadn't heard, Frank is off to Nam to lead a SOG RT 
incursions into Laos.  Volunteered of course.  Old war horse like him 
needs a fight like he needs oxygen.  Nam will be like a day at the 
beach for him.
Feel sorry for the VC, tell you that much.
JH
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex      }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Mon Aug 12 1968}
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the 
coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you.  That goes double for you Stanz and 
Sutton.
--Ryan 
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex          }
{FROM: Dr. Smith, Adrienne}
{DATE: Mon Dec 23 1968    }
{SUBJECT: Migraines       }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Alex,
I'm sorry to hear the medication isn't working as intended.  Let's 
scheudle some time tomorrow, say 3pm.  We'll give you a once-over and,
if need be, discuss dosage.
In the mean time, get some rest.  You've been through a harrowing 
ordeal these past few months.  Consider perhaps a trip home to 
Anchorage.  See your family.  Clear your mind.  At the very least, 
stay out of the offices.  You'll be surprised how much it can help.
Best,
Doctor Adrienne Smith, M.D.
Staff Psychiatrist
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex          }
{FROM: Dr. Smith, Adrienne}
{DATE: Mon Dec 23 1968    }
{SUBJECT: RE: Migraines   }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Alex,
You cannot and will not threaten suicide to your assigned analyst if 
you ever intend to regain your field operational status.  I'm sorry to
hear about your family.  I know what it is to be divisive with one's 
family, but I also know that if anyone can forgive, it is blood.  I 
understand it's a sensitive subject, but I will not be blackmailed for
medication.  I trust we are clear.
That said, I cannot in good conscience allow an idle threat to become 
a reality.  I have a final appointment at 5pm.  Please come to my 
office at 6pm and we can discuss your medication and anything else you
require for as long as needed.
Best,
Doctor Adrienne Smith, M.D.
Staff Psychiatrist
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Mason, Alex     }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason }
{DATE: Tue Jul 4 1978}
{SUBJECT: Don't Do It}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mason,
I saw the report and I know what you're thinking.  Stay away from 
Johannesburg, you got that?
They're watching you, especially that Kain guy up in S.A.D.  He's just
dying for you to blow it.  Don't give him the excuse.
Stay away from Johannesburg, Mason.  Stay away.
JH
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|Section 3.2|
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[Adrienne Smith: asmith; roxy]
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 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Dr. Smith, Adrienne          }
{FROM: McCone, John               }
{DATE: Fri Oct 18 1963            }
{SUBJECT: Field Status-Mason, Alex}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Dr. Smith,
Thank you for your analysis of Agent Alex Mason.  Your conclusions and
recommendations will be revised in due course.  As is standard 
operating procedure, I must remind you that Agent Mason's file is 
classified TOP SECRET as of this moment and is not be filed in 
standard systems.  Please destroy any and all copies you may have of 
this report.  The original will be held in my possession for the 
foreseeable future.
Thank you for your cooperation,
John McCone
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Dr. Smith, Adrienne}
{FROM: Brooks, Terrance }
{DATE: Mon Feb 5 1968   }
{Subject: RE: Help!     }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hey gorgeous,
Sorry, no can do.  Got the early word that I'm shipping out in a 
couple weeks and I'm going to be hunkered down with prep and training 
between now and then.  What about that crazy old lady who lives next 
door?  She looks like a cat lady and would probably be glad to help.  
Although, you may run the risk of her kidnapping Roxy.
As to the keys, don'y worry about it.  Our arrangement works as is and
it doesn't need to be needlessly complicated.  We should probably talk
when I get back, too.  I think Lauren suspects something.  She said I 
smelled like perfume the other night.  I can't have that.  I care 
about you a lot, but I'm not ready to risk my marriage.
Let's touch when I get back,
Terry
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Dr. Smith, Adrienne}
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan    }
{DATE: Thu Aug 12 1968  }
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes      }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with the other book worms.  Swing by the
break room and sate your sweet tooth!
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you....
That goes double for you Sutton.
--Ryan
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Dr. Smith, Adrienne}
{FROM: Mason, Alex      }
{DATE: Mon Dec 23 1968  }
{SUBJECT: RE: migraines }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Doc,
Appreciate the concern, but I got no family.  Not anymore.  I messed 
up.  Let's just jump to the upped dosage and be done with it.  
Otherwise I just might kill myself.  You're a good person; you don't 
want my blood on your hands.
Mason
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Dr. Smith, Adrienne}
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan    }
{DATE: Thu Dec 19 1974  }
{SUBJECT: Spare time    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dr. Smith,
I was wondering if I could have 5 minutes of your time later today.
I have a spare cycle at noon.  I'd like to speak you privately in 
regards to a personal situation.  Doctor-patient confidentiality would
need to apply, but I could assuredly use an unbiased ear right now.
Please let me know if you're free around noon today.
Thank you.
Ryan Jackson
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|Section 3.3|
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[Bruce Harris: bharris; goskins]
 ------------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Harris, Bruce;  }
{FROM: Weaver, Greg  }
{DATE: Mon Feb 4 1968}
{SUBJECT: Bundle Up  }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Guys,
Wanted to give you the head's up--we're shipping out someplace real 
cold in the next 2 weeks.  Can't get into details otherwise Mr. Shades
will take my other eye, but I figure since you're both wed-locked, 
your better halves deserve some notice that their men are going to be 
out for a time.
And Bruce, looks like you're going to have to give up those Skins 
tickets.
Too bad, too.  Good match up.
You didn't hear this from me.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Harris, Bruce;   }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason  }
{DATE: Mon Feb 11 1968}
{SUBJECT: Yamantau    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Gentlemen,
As some of you have already heard, we're shipping out on 16 Feb for a 
classified black operation in the heart of the Soviet Union.  There 
will be a full briefing in ADDO/SAD Richard Kain's office at 2pm 
sharp.
Be there on time or you answer to me.
JH
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Harris, Bruce    }
{FROM: Front Desk     }
{DATE: Mon Feb 16 1968}
{SUBJECT: Donna       }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Agent Harris,
Your wife called but you were out of the office.  Here's her message 
from 16 Feb at 1800 hours:
"Hi honey.  I know you're leaving today for work, but the kids and I 
just wanted to say one more time that we love you, we already miss 
you, and be safe.  I know how much you hate heights, so be careful 
while you're in Paris and don't climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Mwa!  Bye!"
End message
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Harris, Bruce    }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Mon Aug 12 1968}
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the 
coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you.  That goes double for you Stanz and 
Sutton.
--Ryan
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Harris, Bruce    }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Mon Aug 12 1968}
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the 
coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you.  That goes double for you Stanz and 
Sutton.
--Ryan
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|Section 3.4|
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[D. King: dking; mfk]
 -------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: King, D.         }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Mon Aug 12 1968}
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the 
coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you.  That goes double for you Stanz and 
Sutton.
--Ryan
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|Section 3.5|
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[Frank Woods: fwoods; philly]  NO MAIL FILES
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|Section 3.6|
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[Grigori "Greg" Weaver: gweaver; gedeon]
 --------------------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg     }
{FROM: Leary, Sarah   }
{DATE: Fri Feb 18 1966}
{SUBJECT: Alex        }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I can't believe I let you talk me into drinks with that psycho Alex 
Mason.  All night, it was "Dragovich" this and "Reznov" that, Step 1, 
Step 2, Step 3, like he was completely cuckoo.  If I didn't know any 
better I'd think the guy was a Communist sympathizer or a complete 
schizo.  
He needs professional help, not a date.  I appreciate you're trying to
help out a friend, but don't do it at my expense.
Thanks,
Sarah
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg        }
{FROM: Mason, Alex       }
{DATE: Fri Feb 18 1966   }
{SUBJECT: RE: Proposition}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Weav,
Thanks for the set up.  It went great.  No doubt Sarah is at the local
precinct filing a restraining order with the cops.  Do me a favor -- 
don't do me any favors.
Mason
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg     }
{FFOM: Hudson, Jason  }
{DATE: Mon Jun 19 1967}
{SUBJECT: PIC         }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Greg,
Intel confirms it's significant (not the memorial).
Jason
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg     }
{FROM: Kain, Richard  }
{DATE: Mon Feb 11 1968}
{SUBJECT: AM          }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mr. Weaver,
I would appreciate it if you ceased to use this system to communicate 
with me.  You can schedule a meeting with my secretary and according 
to my availability.
Thank you,
Kain
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg     }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason  }
{DATE: Mon Feb 11 1968}
{SUBJECT: Yamantau    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Gentlemen,
As some of you have already heard, we're shipping out on 16 Feb for a 
classified black operation in the heart of the Soviet Union.  There 
will be a full briefing in ADDO/SAD Richard Kain's office at 2pm 
sharp.
Be there on time or you answer to me.
JH
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg     }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason  }
{DATE: Fri Feb 22 1968}
{SUBJECT: Mason       }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Greg,
I understand your concern, but he's one of ours.  Whatever happened to
him is not his fault and it's our duty to bring him back and use 
whatever knowledge he has to bring Dragovich down.  I don't care if he
wears his grandma's underwear, calls himself God, and drools on 
himself, we're going to get the info we need and then we're going to 
see to it he gets some help.
You don't like it, too bad.  This is how it's going to play.
JH
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg     }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Mon Aug 12 1968}
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the 
coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you.  That goes double for you Stanz and 
Sutton.
--Ryan
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Weaver, Greg            }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan         }
{DATE: Thu Nov 24 1977       }
{SUBJECT: RE: Kristin Raskova}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Mr. Weaver,
Regarding your inquiry into the whereabouts of your Kristin Raskova, 
allow me to offer my condolences for your current situation.  I wish I
could do more to help.  Unfortunately, I do not have access to the 
information you require.  I have, however, forwarded your request to 
my direct report in the hopes that he can better gauge an appropriate 
means of action.
My apologies for being unable to process your request.  Pass on my 
thanks to Mr. Hudson for the reference.  Perhaps at a later date I can
be of better service.
Sincerely,
Ryan Jackson
Chief Analyst, APLAA
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|Section 3.7|
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[J. Turner: jturner; condor75]
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 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Turner, J.       }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Thu Aug 12 1968}
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the 
coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you.  That goes double for you Stanz and 
Sutton.
--Ryan
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|Section 3.8|
 ===========----------------------
[Jason Hudson: jhudson; bryant1950]
 ---------------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason       }
{FROM: King, D.          } 
{SUBJECT: Next Assignment}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hudson,
Your next assignment has come down to the pipeline.  You're handling 
an agent by the name of Alex Mason.  His full record is being compiled
and forwarded to you for study.  You might have heard of him.  The 
former Op-40 who escaped from Vorkuta, hand-picked by Lancer himself.
We've all heard the rumors and I'll understand any trepidation you 
might have, but this is coming down from on high and frankly, it's a 
career maker right up your alley.  Knock this one out of the park.
King
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason        }
{FROM: Dr. Smith, Adrienne}
{SUBJECT: Agent Mason     }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Mr. Hudson,
On orders from the DDCIA/SAD, I have forwarded to you my psychological
assessment of your operative, Alex Mason.  Despite my recommendations,
Agent Mason has been cleared for field duty.
If you have any direct questions regarding the profile, I am available
to meet today any time after 5pm.
Thank you,
Doctor Adrienne Smith, M.D.
Staff Psychiatrist
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason  }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan}
{SUBJECT: Research  }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Agent Hudson,
I sent a runner with the research package you requested.  Everything 
you need to know about Dragovich, Kravchenko, Steiner, and GK.  It 
should be enough to get your operation underway.
If you need anything further, please don't hesitate to let me know.
Sincerely,
Ryan Jackson
Chief Analyst, APLAA
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason    }
{FROM: Trent, John    }
{DATE: Tue Nov 19 1963}
{SUBJECT: [No subject]}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
You don't know me, but I know Alex Mason.  You will learn to trust me.
Everything changes on Friday.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason          }
{FROM: Trent, John          }
{DATE: Thu Nov 21 1963      }
{SUBJECT: Now you understand}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It was by the hand of Nikita Dragovich.  This is just the beginning.  
They are everywhere.
Start at Vorkuta.  Two escaped the breakout.  You know one of them.  
The other one just died.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason     }
{FROM: Trent, John     }
{DATE: Mon Nov 25 1963 }
{SUBJECT: A single step}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Echelon 5 21 0 8 18 15 14 7 21 16 23 9 14 23 0 6 18 4
Her name is Evelyn Cross.  The photo is for your eyes only.
This will be my last letter for quite some time.  When the time comes,
you will know what to do.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason    }
{FROM: Mason, Alex    }
{DATE: Thu Sep 16 1965}
{SUBJECT: [No subject]}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hudson,
I want to know what's going on.  No one's doing anything.
Dragovich is still out there and he needs to be stopped.  You've got 
the DDCI's ear.  Find out what's going on and why we haven't been let 
loose to find this psycho.  He's a mad dog and he needs to be put 
down.
If the big-wigs don't get this going, I swear, I'm going out there to 
find him myself.  I don't care about the cost or consequences, it's 
going to get done.  And I'm going to do it.
Mason
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason     }
{FROM: Weaver, Grigori }
{DATE: Mon Sept 11 1967}
{SUBJECT: Fragments    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Harris confirms that the Pentagon has been compromised.  He's procured
transmission fragments, don't ask how.  Here they are.
Echelon 2 1 12 24 4 8 20 1 5 2 18 16 6 21 14 21 19 21 9 1
Echelon 9 8 11 17 1 17 7 18 24 1 0 19 18 5 1 11 15
Echelon 8 8 18 16 19 24 25 21 17 21 14 17 15 22 11 8 18 5 5 12
CUTZHEXZKMVMQUMTQJMRKNTPATSUJZZYZGIMWZETMKMWMEVZFHCGYZVNUXZSHUN
VMWZQTMCHTZVZCGGZETEUCGTZIZRGQJZGVMRTKMSHWNZYMGIZJMRGZQUMFULZLHVZJMQT
Other than that, we're stumped.  You got anyone who can take a look 
today?
-Greg
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason     }
{FROM: Weaver, Grigori }
{DATE: Mon Sept 25 1967}
{SUBJECT: New fragment }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
This one was broadcast to Ground Zero.  It has to be the trigger.
Ascension 7 15 1 2 19 7 25 6 13 6 7 15 14 0 11 24 11 1 7 19 20 10 14 2 
3 19 0 8 11 22 21 5 17 17 0 10 2 23 1 8 11 25 22 9 4 12 9 23 1 12 0 12
16 6 12 8 4 1 6 2 10 2 1 24 18 10 15 9 13 18 14 11 11 2 14 23 3 17 24 
17 21 2 15 4 5 7 13 4 24 6 3 4 24 1 9 23 17 10 2 10 23 24 5 25
-Greg
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason     }
{FROM: Weaver, Grigori }
{DATE: Mon Sept 25 1967}
{SUBJECT: Confidential }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
CHTZEKMIZRVZGZDWZSHJMEWMKZCGLZGDTZEXMTMLMGUMCUKMHRKZ
GRIZCNGQYZWZZDJMPTAHETRGZKMWZMDKZTPGPNGKMJZ
UEKZGZDTVMDLMMSUEWMMURKMGMRGPWMGGQJMEKZ
-Greg
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason    }
{FROM: Weaver, Grigori}
{DATE: Fri Oct 27 1967}
{SUBJECT: Hot Tamale  }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
We almost lost Harris getting this one.
Echelon 3 24 20 12 19 17 17 22 19 23 19 4 0 7 6 7 19 10 12 16 17 6 14 
4 3 17 24 20 13 24 8 16 17 1 24 9 21 15 0 5 15 4 4 23 6 11 25 14 4 20 
4 9 14 18 12 8 7 21 6 4 21 7 21 4 2 14 3 14 7 18 13 6 22 16 6 1 21 21 
15 3 5 24 9 11 2 10 5 21 4 20 11 19 12 5 12 13 12 5 17 19 3 14 21 12 
15 17 7 7 2 2 21 1 10 22 13 5
CUTZHEXZKMWMQUMTQJMRKMTPATSUJZZYZGIMVZETMXMVMEUZFHCGYZVMUXZSHVM
VMJMQGZPUTMVMCGTZRTEUPGRMIZDIMDJZTJMEGXMFHWZMYMTVZJMRGMQJMFHLNYZVMJZQG
-Greg
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason          }
{FROM: Trent, John          }
{DATE: Tue Feb 27 1968      }
{SUBJECT: You have done well}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Please tell Mason one last thing.  This time it's freedom for both of 
us.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason     }
{FROM: Weaver, Grigori }
{DATE: Mon Jul 1 1968  }
{SUBJECT: Masons Health}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hudson,
Caught Mason puking in the john earlier today and that wasn't the 
first time.  He's jittery; still mumbling to himself.  Says he's got 
headaches, the doc gave him some aspirin, and it's no big thing.  My 
father Gedeon, God rest her soul, suffered from extreme migraines too.
And Mason's got all the signs.
I told him to get himself ghost, but he refuses.  Something about 
unfinished business.  I hear the shrink is forcing him to to take a 
leave of absence.  Probably a good thing.  Maybe you can talk to him. 
Tell him to take it easy.  Retire.  He'll listen to you.  I'd do it, 
but it's hard to take a guy seriously when he looks like a pirate, am 
I right?
That bastard Kravchenko did a number on my eye, but I'll take that any 
day over whatever Mason's going through.
FYI.
GW
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason    }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Mon Aug 12 1968}
{SUBJECT: Cupcakes    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello everyone,
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of 
dawn and made cupcakes.
After some significant sweet talking, she coerced me into bringing 
them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the 
coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person.  The room is being monitored.  
Don't make me sic the SAD on you.  That goes double for you Stanz and 
Sutton.
--Ryan
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason    }
{FROM: Kain, Richard  }
{DATE: Wed Jan 3 1968 }
{SUBJECT: [No subject]}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hudson,
I sent that file over regarding hypnotic techniques vis-a-vis covert 
operations.  This is way above your clearance level.  I trust you not 
to allow it to disseminate outside of your possession.
You owe me.
Kain
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason      }
{FROM: King, D.         }
{DATE: Thu Jan 18 1968  }
{SUBJECT: Pack Your Bags}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hudson,
You and Mason are going to Khe Sanh.  I know you haven't seen a real 
battlefield since '55, but hopefully you haven't forgotten how to hold
a rifle.  Your primary contact is Frank Woods.  He's a SOG RT team 
leader and he'll be your guide to the crash site.
This is what Mason's been waiting for.  But your job is to keep him on
a short leash, you hear?
He's skating on thin ice and the blue bloods upstairs are looking for 
the smallest excuse to cut him loose.  Woods and Mason go way back 
too; maybe this guy can help you keep Mason in line.
It's ugly out there.  Try to keep those shades on your head.
All the luck,
King
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason     }
{FROM: Brooks, Terrance}
{DATE: Mon Feb 10 1968 }
{SUBJECT: Ship Out     }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hudson,
Word is we're shipping out soon.  If you could give me the heads up 
regarding timelines, it'll do a lot to keep my wife Lauren from 
ripping me a new one.
Thanks,
Terry
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason    }
{FROM: Jackson, Ryan  }
{DATE: Wed Feb 20 1968}
{SUBJECT: MKSEARCH    }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Agent Hudson,
I'm forwarding you today at the behest of ADDO/SAD Richard Kain all 
pertinent information surrounding the MKSEARCH project and its 
research into narcosynthesis.  This research extends beyond 
traditional inerrogation methods including ethanol, scopolamine, 
3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, temazepam, sodium thiopental and sodium 
amytal.
This should help with the Mason problem.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Ryan Jackson
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Hudson, Jason    }
{FROM: Weaver, Greg   }
{DATE: Fri Feb 22 1968}
{SUBJECT: Mason       }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hudson,
I'm done with this guy.  He can't be trusted.  I don't care what 
happened at Baikonur.  It was more Woods's doing than his.  All that 
time in Vorkuta, I'm telling you, they got to him.  There's no way the
KGB or Dragovich didn't sink their claws into his skull.
My professional opinion?  Once we get the info we need -- two in the 
chest, one in the head.
Weaver
 ===========
|Section 3.9|
 ===========-----------------------
|John F. Kennedy: jfkennedy; lancer|
 ----------------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: [REDACTED]        }
{FROM: Dreamland Admin }
{DATE: Wed Jul 14 1954 }
{SUBJECT: Server Access}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
***TOP SECRET***
Please note that access to the Dreamland data storage center has been 
restricted to members of MJ-12.
Thank you.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO:                   }
{FROM: Kain, Richard   }
{DATE: Mon Apr 17 1961 }
{SUBJECT: Op-40 Contact}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
FYI-
Our OP 40 team has made contact with our informant in Santa Maria.  
Operation is officially underway.
Kain
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: J. Kennedy          }
{FROM: McCone, John      }
{DATE: Sun Oct 7 1962    }
{SUBJECT: Soviet Missiles}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The requested analysis of suspicious Soviet missile activity in Cuba 
has been delivered per your instructions.  See Intel doc #780011-070 
dated October 7, 1962.
-McCone
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: J. Kenendy       }
{FROM: Cross, Evelyn  }
{DATE: Wed Jun 26 1963}
{SUBJECT: Last Chance }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
He won't ask you again and I know this was his final offer.
Please reconsider before we leave Berlin or your life will be in 
danger.
Our people are everywhere - this time you cannot win.  Give him what 
he wants before it's too late.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Kennedy, John      }
{FROM: Hudson, Jason    }
{DATE: Fri Oct 8 1963   }
{SUBJECT: Mason Briefing}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Gentlemen,
I wanted to confirm for you that we are all set-up for our briefing of
Alex Mason on November 10th.  He will be sent directly to the 
Pentagon; expected arrival time at 1700 hours.
Signed,
Jason Hudson
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Kennedy, John     }
{FROM: Trent, John     }
{DATE: Thur Nov 21 1963}
{SUBJECT: Last Chance  }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
You have one day left.
Victory cannot be achieved without sacrifice.
 ============
|Section 3.10|
 ============-------------------
|John McCone: jmccone; berkley22|
 -------------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: McCone, John      }
{FROM: Dreamland Admin }
{DATE: Wed Jul 14 1954 }
{SUBJECT: Server Access}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
***TOP SECRET***
Please note that access to the Dreamland data storage center has been
restricted to members of MJ-12.
Thank you.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: McCone, John        }
{FROM: J. Kennedy        }
{DATE: Sat Sep 22 1962   }
{SUBJECT: Soviet Missiles}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John,
Thank you for your report on the issue in Cuba.  I will order an 
investigation and take all appropriate action.  Be prepared for action
items in the next few days.
And say hello to the wife and kids for me.
--Lancer
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: McCone, John       }
{FROM: Bundy, McGeorge  }
{DATE: Mon Oct 21 1963  }
{SUBJECT: Exec Order 8-5}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John,
The President is on the verge of approving and signing Executive Order
#8-5, a draft copy of which you should already have.  I understand 
there are those within the Agency who do not wish to see Agent Mason 
regain his operational status.  You're to see to it that all requisite
approvals are gained within Langley, per the Vice-President.  The Veep
has assured me that this is Lancer's hand-picked operative for EO8-5. 
As such, the Veep will view this as a personal favor if you do all 
that you can to expedite the approval chain.
When this is over, let's you and me hit the links.
Thanks,
Mac
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: McCone, John     }
{FROM: L. Johnson     }
{DATE: Fri Feb 19 1965}
{SUBJECT: Nuclear     }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John,
Thank you for the reports on the Israel situation.  Will get to it 
when I can.  It is a hectic time and Ladybird is pressing me for some 
time at Kennebunkport.  I will call you from there to discuss further.
LBJ
 ============
|Section 3.11|
 ============-------------------
|Vannevar Bush: vbush; manhattan|
 ------------------------------- 
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: [REDACTED]        }
{FROM: Dreamland Admin }
{DATE: Wed Jul 14 1954 }
{SUBJECT: Server Access}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
***TOP SECRET***
Please note that access to the Dreamland data storage center has been 
restricted to members of MJ-12.
Thank you.
 ============
|Section 3.12|
 ============-----------------------
|Lyndon Johnson: lbjohnson; ladybird|
 -----------------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: [REDACTED]        }
{FROM: Dreamland Admin }
{DATE: Wed Jul 14 1954 }
{SUBJECT: Server Access}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
***TOP SECRET***
Please note that access to the Dreamland data storage center has been 
restricted to members of MJ-12.
Thank you.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Cab-All          }
{FROM: Johnson, L.    }
{DATE: Sat Nov 23 1963}
{SUBJECT: Lancer      }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
All,
Yesterday was a sad day for America with the loss of one of the 
greatest leaders this country has yet known.  We will do everything
in our power to uphold all that he has stood for.
Please see Presidential advisors directly for any questions pertaining
to lingering topics at hand.
Signed,
LBJ
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: L. Johnson       }
{FROM: McCone, John   }
{DATE: Wed Feb 17 1965}
{SUBJECT: Nuclear     }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mr. President,
A report has been forwarded to you and the NSC regarding suspicious 
nuclear activity in the nation of Israel.  Suggest flagging this as a 
high priority item.  The Soviets will not like it.
Signed,
John McCone
DCI
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Johnson, L.     }
{FROM: Rostov, W.    }
{DATE: Sat Feb 3 1968}
{SUBJECT: Escalation }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mr. President,
I have given thought to our discussion last night and I want to 
assure you that I will support whatever stance you take.  We cannot
and will not allow the Communists to take over South Vietnam.  I 
agree that anything and everything must be done to prevent this.
Thank you,
W.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Johnson, L.      }
{FROM: Jason Hudson   }
{DATE: Sat Feb 10 1968}
{SUBJECT: Kowloon     }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
CJMIZQWMQUIZFGTMPNGSURTH
WZFHRIMIMQRTZUIXZPGTIMHKQWZSHJKEWMXZCTYZTQT
QTPTGIZLZCAGIMWZQGZEMPJZQTIMUTDG
CJMCTSUQWZTGQGXMJZFGZHFUZDYMVMYZVMVZHVZEU
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Johnson, L.      }
{FROM: Jason Hudson   }
{DATE: Mon Feb 26 1968}
{SUBJECT: Mason       }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
LZIZEGFHJZMKMETNDTGCAGEHEGKMFUWZVZCNT
RXZGETZDKZTGJMZLMEULZQXMCNGXZJNSGMVMQXMFHRHUMCUMCTXMYZGNVMRUYMQKMTCGET
DXZEHUMIMUMHEXZXZEGMRTHINFRRNUEKMVZURTMVMPATCNGZPUGZRXZIMEINT
PGTDWZFHLZLMGWZDGZKZYZYZGDGDKZVMHGMXZWMXZUXMIMBXMSBJM
SHRVMZEJMVZCATCNGDXMVZDJNDHMSUCWZGCGVZHKMFUJZ
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Johnson, L.     }
{FROM: Rostov, W.    }
{DATE: Mon Apr 1 1968}
{SUBJECT: Term End   }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Sir,
We are sad to hear of your decision to not run for re-election. Please
accept our gratitude for all that you have done for your country.
As always, I support you in all endeavors.  Thank you for the 
opportunities you have given both myself and this nation.
All the best,
W.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Johnson, L.                  }
{FROM: White House Press Secretary}
{DATE: Mon Oct 28 1968            }
{SUBJECT: October Surprise        }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mr. President,
I wanted to pass on my ensures that you are all set to address the 
nation regarding your decision over North Vietnam.
As always, we are here to help.
Signed,
G. Christian
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Johnson, L.     }
{FROM: Nixon, R.     }
{DATE: Tue Nov 5 1968}
{SUBJECT: Transition }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Lyndon,
Thank you for the kudos.  I will have my people set something up soon.
And by the way, his name is Checkers.
Dick
 ============
|Section 3.13|
 ============-------------------
|Richard Nixon: rnixon; checkers|
 -------------------------------
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: [REDACTED]        }
{FROM: Dreamland Admin }
{DATE: Wed Jul 14 1954 }
{SUBJECT: Server Access}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
***TOP SECRET***
Please note that access to the Dreamland data storage center has been 
restricted to members of MJ-12.
Thank you.
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Nixon, R.       }
{FROM: Johnson, L.   }
{DATE: Tue Nov 5 1968}
{SUBJECT: Transition }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dick,
Congratulations on your victory.  Let us meet soon to discuss 
strategies pertaining to the future of our country.  There is much to
discuss.
I'm also looking forward to meeting that dog of yours.  What was his 
name?
Sincerely,
LBJ
 ===========
|Section 4.0| RESTRICTED ACCESS LOGINS
 ===========
The approach for these logons are different.  You need to start with a 
clear screen, so no Section 3 users.

Type in RLOGIN DREAMLAND

***MJ12 Clearance Required***
USER: 
should appear.

Type VBUSH; ENTER
Type MAJESTIC1; ENTER
 ===========
|Section 4.1| Vannevar Bush
 ===========
Now, the two emails found here:
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Bush, V.        }
{FROM: Oppen., R.    }
{DATE: Wed Oct 5 1955}
{SUBJECT: John Banana}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dr. Bush,
I was browsing the Verruckt archive and found an interesting scrap of 
paper.  It was found in a small room with nothing inside but blood 
stains and an empty Browning.  Wasn't there a "John" in the expedition 
to the asylum?
Here is what the paper read:
"My name is John.  They call me Banana.
I once worked at a Tex Mex cabana
But now I am here
As walking dead near
With nothing on me but a bandana."
It would seem this "John" fellow felt compelled to write a limerick 
in his final moments.  Fascinating.
Oppy
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Bush, V.        }
{FROM: Oppen., R.    }
{DATE: Sun Jan 1 1956}
{SUBJECT: Access     }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
In case you need access to my files, here is my password.  You'll have
to decrypt it first.
HCTXZWZXMUDLM (It somehow means TRINITY, Oppenheimer's password)
It appears my security clearance will be revoked and the files 
contained within my depot should not be lost because of politics and 
bureaucrats.
Oppy
 ===========
|Section 4.2| Roger Oppenheimer
 ===========
For this one (again, no Section 3 users logged in):
Type in RLOGIN DREAMLAND

***MJ12 Clearance Required***
USER: 
should appear.

Type ROPPEN; ENTER
Type TRINITY; ENTER
Now, the three emails found here:
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Oppenheimer, R.     }
{FROM: Bush, V.          }
{DATE: Wed Oct 5 1955    }
{SUBJECT: RE: John Banana}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
What a coincidence.  I, too, found one of these strange limericks in 
the Verruckt archive.  Like this one:
"I once knew a soldier named Smokey
He slapped me on the head and awoke me
Turns out he was dead
I cut off his head
Yet but headless he still tried to choke me."
I fear this poor man "John" may have lost his mind in Verruckt.
VB
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Oppenheimer, R.  }
{FROM: Bush, V.       }
{DATE: Mon Oct 24 1955}
{SUBJECT: Another One }
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
My friend,
I found yet another of those limericks from the Verruckt archive.  
Here is goes:
"Despite the scary, anxious feeling
Killing walking dead is appealing
My first kill felt great
Felt like my first date
Kicking their brains right up to the ceiling."
I feel like the boy who wrote these was trying to tell us something.
I look at the meter, the chosen words, but nothing comes to mind.
Perhaps you will see something.  Maybe it's the letters?
DK-MFK.  Do you think this means anything?  And then there's this one:
"Smokey and I were trapped in a room
We accepted our impending doom
'Til we noticed a monkey
Which seemed kind of funkey
Until we threw it and it went boom."
This John fellow must have been losing his mind.  Monkeys that 
explode?  Preposterous.  We should discuss this over coffee.
VB
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{TO: Oppenheimer, R.     }
{FROM: Bush, V.          }
{DATE: Mon Oct 31 1955   }
{SUBJECT: RE: Maxis Files}
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
My friend,
I have managed to pull down and decypher a hanful of the Servant files
from the Der Riese Datenbediensteter project.  Dr. Maxis was a man 
ahead of his time.  He was also a man obsessed and bordering on insane.
I will forward you what I have translated thus far.  It is frightening
material to say the least, but perhaps that is merely my mind making a
subconscious association with today's date.
How go the recordings?
VB

I thought the DECODE option would actually decode the strings of 
letters found in all of the mail sent to Hudson, but when I tried to 
enter DECODE and then the string, it returned random letters with 
random spaces.  If there is anyone who has an idea of what this is 
about, please send an email, becuase I am thoroughly lost.  You will 
be credited in the Thank you's section.
 ===========
|Section 5.0|		In-game decoded codes
 ===========
NOTE ONLY THE FIRST CODE IS ACCESSIBLE IN THE WII VERSION OF THE GAME

Found in the "Revelations" mission (this is also an email):
Echelon 3 24 20 12 19 17 17 22 19 23 19 4 0 7 6 7 19 10 12 16 17 6 14 
4 3 17 24 20 13 24 8 16 17 1 24 9 21 15 0 5 15 4 4 23 6 11 25 14 4 20 
4 9 14 18 12 8 7 21 6 4 21 7 21 4 2 14 3 14 7 18 13 6 22 16 6 1 21 21 
15 3 5 24 9 11 2 10 5 21 4 20 11 19 12 5 12 13 12 5 17 19 3 14 21 12 
15 17 7 7 2 2 21 1 10 22 13 5 (116 characters)
Uses "Profiles in Courage" by JFK as hinted in the opening cinematic
and this message is decoded from Page 3:

"Walter Lippmann, after nearly half a century of careful observations,
rendered in his recent book a harsh judgement both on the politician"
(115 characters; first character in code "3" indicates page).

Note that the characters are numbered from 0 to 25 instead of 1 to 26
for the alphabetization.  This means that A is 0, all the way to Z 
being 25.  Following this, the letter W is number 22.  To decode this
message (from "Revelations" campaign mission), subtract each number in
the code by their key and then apply the equivalent to that:
In the case of a negative value, count backwards that amount from 25.
It might help to write out the number-to-letter equivalents first...

2nd NUMBER IN CODE(24)	-W(22)	=02(C)
3rd NUMBER IN CODE(20)	-A(0)	=20(U)
4th NUMBER IN CODE(12)	-L(11)	=01(B)
5th NUMBER IN CODE(19)	-T(19)	=00(A)
6th NUMBER IN CODE(17)	-E(4)	=13(N)
7th NUMBER IN CODE(17)	-R(17)	=00(A)
8th NUMBER IN CODE(22)	-L(11)	=11(L)
9th NUMBER IN CODE(19)	-I(8)	=11(L)
10thNUMBER IN CODE(23)	-P(15)	=08(I)
11thNUMBER IN CODE(19)	-P(15)	=04(E)
12thNUMBER IN CODE(4)	-M(12)	=-8(!)	becomes 18 (S)
		Counted backwards 8 letters from letter Z (25)
		Or some simple algebra: 26-8=18 and this would
		apply for any incidents in which a negative results
14thNUMBER IN CODE(0)	-A(0)	=00(A)
15thNUMBER IN CODE(7)	-N(13)	=-6(!) -> 26-6=20(U)
16thNUMBER IN CODE(6)	-N(13)	=-7(!) -> 26-7=19(T)
17thNUMBER IN CODE(7)	-A(0)	=07(H)
18thNUMBER IN CODE(19)	-F(5)	=14(O)
19thNUMBER IN CODE(10)	-T(19)	=-9(!) -> 26-9=17(R)
20thNUMBER IN CODE(12)	-E(4)	=08(I)
21stNUMBER IN CODE(16)	-R(17)	=-1(!) -> 26-1=25(Z)
22ndNUMBER IN CODE(17)	-N(13)	=04(E)
Continues for the remainder...Decoded message:
"Cuban allies authorize construction of permanent brodcast station 
Rusalka. Gulf of Mexico. Project Nova initiated. Await instructions."

Found in the "Revelations" mission:
Ascension 1 23 9 12 3 13 5 9 22 21 0 21 10 15 5 17 12 21 18 8 5 13 22 
10 2 11 5 11 8 9 19 23 2 14 17 10 7 15 7 12 21 25 16 25 0 23 12 23 13 
22 8 9 25 4 20 19 11 14 24 17 9 21 0 2 16 16 1 22 1 20 22 22 25 0 15 
1 1 22 17
This was actually on page 101, and starts at the 7th letter...
"[and der]ision of their policies as he [c] reveled in the exercise 
of the sharp tongue which e the dignitie[s]"
Decoded: "Prepare down target: Kennedy, John Fitzgerald.  Priority 
supersedes all previous instruction."

Found in the "Revelations" mission:
Ascension 9 18 8 23 8 3 8 22 15 21 17 6 16 1 7 8 19 10 22 19 23 14 17 
14 22 0 12 8 8 10 7 1 1 22
This was actually on page 119, and starts at the 7th letter...
"[resign] before the next meeting of congress. Not"
Decoded: "Resume directive programming.  Respond."

Found in the "Numbers" mission:
Ascension 5 7 19 3 22 2 21 17 11 11 17 3 4 0 1 14 4 20 9 12 9 15 18 21
12 6 19 9 0 22 5 21 1 16 7 24 8 0 25 4 25 0 19 2 5 19 25 15 5 18 6 14 
16 17 3 0 8 25
This was actually found on page 107, and did not follow the pattern...
"his honest opinion of the sec[c]essionist leader, Houston replied"
Decoded: "All Points: Down target Clarke. Priority One. Await final 
coordinates."
 ===========
|Section 6.0|		The decoded emails
 ===========
Echelon 2 1 12 24 4 8 20 1 5 2 18 16 6 21 14 21 19 21 9 1
On page 2 of "Profiles in Courage":
"Millions of [m] readers not so many"
There was a typo in this message; an M had to be inserted to find it.
Decoded: "Pentagon One Prospero"

Echelon 9 8 11 17 1 17 7 18 24 1 0 19 18 5 1 11 15
This was actually in page 19 in the book...
"their beliefs; others"
Decoded: "Pentagon Two Ariel"

Echelon 8 8 18 16 19 24 25 21 17 21 14 17 15 22 11 8 18 5 5 12
This was actually in page 17 in the book...
"Today the challenge of political"
Decoded: "Pentagon Three Sycorax"

Echelon 5 21 0 8 18 15 14 7 21 16 23 9 14 23 0 6 18 4
This was actually on page 7 in the book...
"himself he is also obligated"
Decoded: "Oswald Compromised"

Ascension 7 15 1 2 19 7 25 6 13 6 7 15 14 0 11 24 11 1 7 19 20 10 14 2 
3 19 0 8 11 22 21 5 17 17 0 10 2 23 1 8 11 25 22 9 4 12 9 23 1 12 0 12
16 6 12 8 4 1 6 2 10 2 1 24 18 10 15 9 13 18 14 11 11 2 14 23 3 17 24 
17 21 2 15 4 5 7 13 4 24 6 3 4 24 1 9 23 17 10 2 10 23 24 5 25
This was actually on page 113 in the book...And no reference number was
included in the Ascension message, but here is the key:
"[S]enators. And so it went it was a plutocratic feudalism...eminently 
respectable. The collar of any great financial interest was worn in
pride."
Decoded: "Location: Texas School Book Depository, Sixth Floor.  Six 
Point Five MM Carcano Rifle.  Dallas Dealey Plaza.  Eleven Twenty 
Second."
 ===========
|Section 7.0|		Thank you's
 ===========
Treyarch, Activision, and Game FAQs, naturally.

Big thanks to "thecoldthunder" for the find of the book used as the 
cipher, "Profiles in Courage" by JFK, and all the deciphering.

Big thanks to BiG DaH's Kage:
http://bigdah.gamerkage.com/call-of-duty-black-ops-number-codes-decryp
ted.html

Big thanks to Robelius' posting the YouTube vid:
www.hackforums.net/printthread.php?tid=1159698

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