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As Raven pumped the bullets in to the ministers back the secretary let out a high pitched scream and made a run for the door.

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As Raven pumped the bullets in to the ministers back the secretary let out a high pitched scream and made a run for the door. Raven turned to fire after her but in doing so Raven heard a groan coming from the minister lying on the ground in a pool of his own blood. He was not dead. H e had to finish the job he came to do. Beads of sweat trickled down his forehead. Should he pursue the secretary, who was now heading into the other room or finish off the minister. Emma slammed the door behind her. She was heading to the alarm button Behind the minister's desk. Her head was whirling with fear and panic. She must push that button which was directly connected to security. Raven looked at the dying man. His job was to kill him but now he had the Risk being caught if Emma got away. Should he make a run for it now or should He attempts to finish them both off. ...read more.

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The police went in to investigate what had happened. They looked vigorously around the apartment as one of the head policemen saw the minister's body lying, slowly dying on the ground. As the policemen cordoned off the body to investigate they saw an elderly woman hiding under a desk. The policeman went to talk to her but couldn't make out a word she was saying. The policeman went back to tell the other officers she was too shocked to talk when all of a sudden, she exclaimed A HAIR LIP, HE HAS A HAIR LIP! They managed to get more out of her. She said that he wore a long black coat and that she had been in this room all this time. The policeman said that his only way to escape was through the emergency exit. The chief police man informed all the police men on duty about this man he was heading down through the subway. The policeman who had stopped raven in the past rang up the chief as soon as he heard and told them that By now Raven was well through the subway. ...read more.

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He ran to the tracks but a train was blocking rails. Beads of sweat crawled down his face. He didn't know what to do. For the first time in his career he didn't have a plan. He made a dash out bumping into two policemen. He used his strength to bust through them and steal one of the officer's guns. But what raven didn't realize was that there were ten more policemen behind the two patrollers. He shot two police men and dashed into the subway knowing that he was not going to escape anymore. He was out numbered. The policemen caught up with him and shouted FREEZE! Raven in the next few seconds had to make his decision whether to spend the rest of his life in prison or to end it - with that he jumped. The 10.40 express to Venice came hurtling in and took his body down the track. He had ended his murdering career and would finally be at peace with his tortured mind. Or would he? Some say they still see him dressed in his black overcoat wandering the subway his collar covering his disfigured face!! ARIN CUBUK 11D ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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