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Monday, March 06, 2006

A revised scenario

A follow-up to my post of Saturday, 3/4:

How’s this for a (slightly) revised course scenario?
You are a Special Agent of the NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) assigned to a new group set up jointly with the FSA (Federal Security Agency). The group is called the K Gang Task Force.

Your job is to investigate and decode secret telephone calls and email messages that are being sent between members of the K Gang, a group of criminals and spies who are suspected of committing the following six acts over and over again:

  1. Taking drugs out of Freedonia.
  2. Smuggling them into the United States.
  3. Selling them here.
  4. Using the profits to buy important documents from dishonest low-level officials in various government departments.
  5. Selling those documents to BGG (Bad Guys Brigade).
  6. Using the profits to buy more drugs.
And so on...

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