Thursday, December 13, 2012

Writing Prompt: The Undelivered Letter


 Dr. Morton,

If you have received this letter, then our efforts to introduce Compound X-352 into the general population has proved successful.  Please take a brief moment to congratulate yourself. This operation would not have happened without your diligence and your dedication.  The monetary reward agreed upon in your contract will be deposited in your bank account no  later than this evening. Please allow 2 business days for the funds  to clear.  The funds are yours to keep but we urge you to make a donation  no less than 15% to The Collection.

The concealment phase will commence as scheduled.  At this time, gather any documents, recordings, and images associated  Compound X-352 or The Collection. Place these items in an approved document container (see attached  memo for list of approved document containers). Once this is done, leave behind your credentials and exit the building immediately. An unmarked car will pick you up and escort you to the rendezvous point.  You will be fully debriefed and informed of your next project.

During your debriefing, do not mention the true nature of The Collection or the properties of Compound X-352. Any attempt to reveal the true nature of The Collection or the properties of Compound X-352 will result in immediate occupational and physical termination.  Any attempt to contact individuals outside of The Collection will result in immediate occupational and physical termination. Any attempts to withhold any documents, recordings, or images containing information regarding The Collection or Compound X-352 will result in immediate occupational and physical termination.  If you are ever captured, MedTechs will disavow any knowledge of your affiliation. Any individual deemed a known associate will be terminated as well.  If at any point you are compromised, inject yourself with the syringe that was placed on your desk. If you have mistakenly disposed of or misplaced the syringe, please see Hugo prior to exiting the building for immediate occupational and physical termination.

Regards,

Dr. Willam F Harmond
Chief Biological Engineer

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