The Blank Incident

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The Review of the Third Transcript by Agent Philip Stanton of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

[Review of the third transcript to be carried out by Agent Philip Stanton of the FBI. Agent Stanton is an African-American male, being 6'1 in height, and weighing 198 1bs. He is wearing a black shirt under a navy blue suit jacket, with a burgundy tie. His hair is cut low and he has light brown eyes. He surmises the information of the transcript, and concludes the FBI's findings. The review is being conducted in the same room of the FBI headquarters as the first review.]

Agent Philip Stanton: ''This review is being carried out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and should only be redistrubuted to Agent Alison Kramer, Chief Salaman Khan and Director Sean North of the FBI, as well as to the President of the United States. I am Agent Philip Stanton, and the time is now [he looks at his phone on the table]15:09 on the 10th of October, 6 days after the incident occurred. I am now commencing the review of the third transcript.''

[He has a blue file in front of him, containing documents. He opens it up and looks down at the documents in front of him.]

''OK, so we have Sung-Moon Il-Min, born 6th of August 1994, who stated that he was from South Korea. [Looking at the camera] His parents, though, are defectors from North Korea, and Sung-Moon was actually born in the North. [He pulls out a piece of paper underneath a bundle] He does indeed go to Cornell University in New York, and he is in his second year there.''

[He puts the document down.]

''Now, by what we have seen on the tape, it's easy to surmise that this guy has nothing to do with the subject. But looks can be deceiving. [He pulls out a piece of paper from the open file.] 'SungMoonCraft.' This is the Youtube channel Sung-Moon Il-Min stated he had in the video. It does exist, and it is his. He has a number of videos posted on it, including some of his device. We also had a look through his computer as well, and found the video that was alluded to in the transcript that the device, er, [reading a document] 'Convert-a-bot', can change paper into money. This device does indeed do that, so the worth of the device makes it very high among the rich tech companies. The subject knew this, and even said it at the end of the recording. He probably colluded with Mr Il-Min to get the product sold for a lot of money, and then he could get a share of the profits. Or maybe the subject wanted to take the product for himself and then wanted to get rid of Mr Il-Min. But it still wouldn't answer the question as to why he would end up killing 287 people at the event.''

[He sighs, and puts down the document. He then picks up another.]

''So, Mr Il-Min's parents came from North Korea. We are unsure as to whether the subject knew about this. He doesn't seem to know from the looks of the video tape. He might have stumbled upon this information later, however, and then colluded with Mr Il-Min as to whether he could get access to nuclear weaponry. Like Yevgeni Borokov, the connection doesn't look like a coincidence. He must have known about these guys...but...we've checked out their backgrounds, and there have been no instances where the subject has previously met these interviewees.''

[He looks to the side in deep thought.]

''I don't know. Agent Kramer seems to think the subject...had nothing to do with this at all. But everything points to him. We just need to figure...how he did it, why he did it, and if anyone else was involved. No one person can kill nearly 300 people in one place without a gun or knife.''

[He packs the documents away in the blue file.]

''I can conclude on behalf of the FBI that from the evidence from the transcript and external sources, that Sung-Moon Il-Min may have been in collusion with the subject. This review proclaims that Sung-Moon Il-Min is classified as a person of interest in this case.

[He looks at his phone.]

''The time is now 15:21. This is the end of the review.''

END OF RECORDING.


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