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Sniper.. He positions his sniper rifle on the high-ridged window ledge and peers down on the president, like an eagle peers down on its prey. He can kill the president at any moment he desires to do so.

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Sniper "Thank you citizens of New York," the president shouted after giving an inspiring speech to the people of New York, over recent drugs war. The crowd returned the favour with a huge applause, as loud as an explosion and as hopeful as an exam student. Would this speech, convince the whole of America? The president was still standing; his floppy hair was fluttering in the wind, like a bird, flying home to feed its offspring. He has only recently been elected for a second term in office, with another landslide victory over his opponents due to a very successful first term. This caring man, who America loved, had still worked up a number of enemies during 4 years of office. He had attacked Iraq and the leading drug barons in Colombia with great success, and these nations were poised for revenge. The crowd began to cheer, "George Ford! George Ford!" everyone had happy faces, they were smiling for a new U.S.A. ...read more.


He is now ready. He aims his pointer straight for the president's heart, the heart of America! He breathes in...BANG!!! He breathes out. Shrieks and screams are then heard from down below Sniper, as the assassinated president's body drops to the ground, his bodyguards move in to check for any signs of life...None, Mission Complete!!! He packs away his gun and other equipment, slowly, gently, not rushing at all, to leave no clues. He runs out of the room with only a HKP silenced pistol, with up to date laser sighting. He runs into an opened elevator, which he had already opened when he entered. A rope is hanging from the top of the elevator shaft when he ascended when he entered, he would now descend on the rope, through abseiling. He attaches a device to the rope and attaches it to himself; he then continued to descend to the bottom floor. Further and further into the darkness, when he finally reaches the bottom floor, the second floor basement. ...read more.


He has gelled dark, spiky hair with reasonably long sideburns. You could describe his appearance as being cool. He then ambles toward a red door, he doesn't rush, and he just slowly struts towards the red door. He touched a switch and a piece of equipment which two holes for eyepieces appeared from a hole in the door. He took off his shades and placed his two eyes on the two pieces. A humming noise was heard as his eyes were scanned, and then it stopped, and silence was once again heard. The device then disappeared and a click was heard and the door was unlocked, and the man entered. Looking ahead was a dark, black room. The man enters the room and sees the silhouette of a man sitting in a chair; he then proceeds to sit down in a chair opposite the silhouette, about 5 metres away, where he cannot even see the man. The man is waiting for speech to be initiated from the silhouette. An eerie silence, darkens the room, the man is fidgeting a bit, getting a touch nervous, touching his hair, messing with his hand. Opposite, no movement is apparent. ...read more.

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