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March 1, 2010, 10:59 AM, Central Time Zone, GMT

Roadblock, just south of Porcupine Plain

Frederick Sutter, Professor Holcomb and the man in black received the news that the escaped alien had returned to the craft with the two missing aliens with satisfaction and relief. At last, all of the aliens were accounted for, and were right where they were supposed to be- trapped within the alien craft! Trapped and surrounded! Now, all that remained was to use the captured alien weapon to cut through the craft's tough exterior, storm the vessel, kill all the aliens, and take control of the technology contained within.

But- first things first! Those who had harboured the missing aliens were on their way North, towards the crash site. Sutter, Holcomb and the man in black had no idea why the people who had harboured the fugitives would want to walk right into their waiting arms to be arrested, but the why didn't matter. They would be arrested, dealt with, and then at some point would conveniently disappear!

Sutter, Holcomb and the man in black left the portable control station and went out to the roadblock, where they could watch Jack Moore, Arley Tattersall and their friends and acquaintances be taken down like dogs and dealt with.

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