Boise Beating Essay

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Upon entering, I paused for just a moment before setting off, wasting no time. I began to wander the corridors aimlessly, praying there to be no guards behind an unexpected corner. Eventually I found a guard heading away from me as I rounded a corner. I immediately applied the brakes to my momentum, stopping dead in my tracks. I pulled the gun out of its holster as I crept up on the guard, pistol-whipping the guard with the entire force of my body onto the back of his neck. I looked around to find, luckily, a broom closet located in the middle of the hallway. I checked the door to find it was locked though the guard had a key for the door among the fifteen on his ring. I pulled his limp ...view middle of the document...

I became entranced in her stare as I softly whispered to her, “I’m gonna get you out of here.” I picked her up off the bed, to a creak from the bed frame. Before I could turn around to leave, I felt a soft prick in my neck. I looked down to Oat as she smiled up at me with a menacing expression. I began to feel weak in the knees as they started to buckle. I fell, slipping into unconsciousness before I hit the floor.
* * *
I awoke in a dimly lit room. My hands and feet were bound to a stiff, metal chair. I began to look around. The only source of light came from a 100 watt light bulb above my head. The chair was in front of a metal table with two identical chairs opposite me. I heard a door open behind me as two women walked in. I recognized one immediately as Oat though I didn’t recognize the second one. They both took a seat across from me as they laid a manila folder on the table in front of me. I recognized it as my file that the Company kept on me and all of its employees.
“How did you get that?” I asked as I looked at it closely to make sure it wasn’t an elaborate copy.
“Corruption runs deep inside every major Company,” replied Oat smugly as she pulled the file away and opened it. “Bruce Clarkson. Age thirty-one. Occupation: assassin. Hobbies: his 1967 Mustang.”
“Alright it’s real. I get it. Now, tell me this. Why did you turn away from the Company?”
She laughs. “The Company is worthless. It’s in shambles. The only reason it’s standing is because Soy wants it to. Nothing more. We could topple the entire organization in one fail swoop, and that’s just what we’re going to do....

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