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Tuesday 29 October 2019

Jesus and Natasha work on bullets for Jesus, while Juan goes in to plant the USB stick – dressed as a cleaner. That licence plate is registered to a Panamanian company; it has an address in Florida, but it’s a PO Box.
Checking on Consolidated Dairy Supplies reveals a chain of holding companies… and there’s a pattern among the names, reminding Juan of that facility that he escaped from.
This seems worth digging into Juan’s broken memories for. In his memories of escaping from the facility in the Everglades, there’s more of that name theming (colour plus predatory bird), as well as a stylised DNA helix and the letters LHT (on various bits of equipment). He’d recognise the concrete bunker entrance if he saw it again, too.
Which is enough for Natasha to scry for its location, and find the right spot in the Everglades. It is indeed a bunker entrance, implying there’s a lot of subsurface construction; foliage is growing over it, but the door is kept clear. Inside, though the thick LHT-logoed doors, it’s dark, but there are small green lights, perhaps some sort of emergency lighting. There are some lights visible in the distance, but nobody’s in this area just now, though there are defensive positions set up in case of an attack through this door. (And to defend in the other direction too, perhaps.) A sign on the wall shows various names, in the same colour plus bird style – perhaps project code names. Natasha prints some images onto Polaroid paper, and Juan confirms that they look familiar.
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