This group of five were offered a deal that no one could deny and it was by the United States Department of Defense and was a top-secret plan to use these bad guys for something good and to turn around their lives. The deal was to get immunity, see all their families again and all their assets would be unfrozen. Some in the group wanted to agree, others in the group did not, but in the end, their conscience told them to agree. This group of bad guys were forced to have a tracker put inside themselves and if they tried to run or turn on their superior officer, they would be shot and kille...
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...ack at the old warehouse and picked up their stashed cash and gave it to their families. These bad guys were taught how to use their special training for good rather than the bad they used them before. The two bad guys that died we honored with the ceremonial burial for their commitment of serving this country. The only catch now is that they are always on duty and must come whenever they are called and they still have the tackers inside of them for the rest of their lives. Unless they find out that they were played by the United States Department of Defense only one person knows and it is their superior officer. If these bad guys were ever to find out that they were set up and were used as collateral damage, then they may find a way to get back at the United States Department of Defense to get their full freedom back and undo the corruption to keep earth safe again.
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