iPhone Notes Story 10.20.15

Policies serve such little purpose. Almost nothing. Operatives break with policy each and every day.
Numerous policies state agents, operatives are not permitted to take a life, to execute, to exterminate without explicit approval. This approval can only be granted by regional directorship level. Field operative managers have virtually no authority. None.
Regional directors only approve lethal activities and action after receiving permission from Control.
He had broke policies last evening and again in the early morning hours.
He took lives and didn’t give them back. He executed a local player who mistook him for a drunken fool and allowed him to get close. He exterminated three drug-smugglers in a ratted out apartment just outside downtown just after 3 am. They too let him come much too close.
The bad guys might have benefited from better security policies. Probably not.
Both unapproved kills were carried out with cold precision by way of bullets, silenced gunshots. All to the heads of each of the deceased.
Policy clearly stated that action outside of approved field protocol must be reported immediately. The operative is to remove themself from the environment.
He had already followed that part of the policy. He was hundreds of miles away by sunrise. He would leave others to enact recovery policy and protocol when the bodies of his four victims are discovered. He had never cared for those messy cleanup policies. No fun there.
iPhone Notes Story
DCA – CHS 10.20.15


About Christopher Metcalf - Author

Christopher Metcalf is the author of Lance Priest / Preacher novels. Lance "Preacher" Priest is a spy, a killer, a human chameleon. He is the CIA's perfect weapon who lives by one simple rule -- there are no rules. Spies and Lies is a blog dedicated to espionage, the art and science of lying and occasional creative writing. www.christophermetcalf.com
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