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Sunday, March 1

See No Evil: Conclusion

Hammer stepped out into the sunlight in front of the Merriweather Center, Colm’s book in his hand.

It was called The Project. The report presented a global vision of a worldwide strategy for the Black Brotherhood. Local policies were drawn up in the different regions in accordance with its guidelines. It acted as a means of defining the points of departure of that policy, then set up the components and the most important procedures linked to each point of departure. Finally it suggested several missions, all of them linking the Neo-Nazi organization Karotechia to Al-Hazzan.

Archive limped out behind him.

“So who’s behind all this stuff?”

“Nazis,” said Hammer with a sigh. “I hate Nazis.”

A confused deliveryman waved a package. “I have a delivery for Curtis Grange?”

Jim-Bean snatched the package from the worker and, after shaking it, tossed it to Hammer.

Hammer peered down at the nine inch by twelve inch manila envelope. The destination and return addresses were identical—they contained Hammer’s full legal name and residential address.

The stamps were a commemorative White House and U.S. flag stamps issued in 1992 at twenty nine cents each.

Archive peered over Hammer’s shoulder. “Who’s sending you a package from ten years ago?”

“And how would he know you would be here at this time on this date?” asked Jim-Bean.

“I don’t know,” said Hammer. “But I should.” He looked out at the sunset. “This address is in my handwriting.” [MORE]


posted by Michael Tresca at 7:44 PM

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