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Coup d'État: Wildcats Vol 1 1

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Coup d'État: Wildcats Vol 1 1

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"Coup d'État, Part 3: Henhouse Confidential": Jack Marlowe (formerly Spartan of the Wildcats) speaks to the Authority about the dangers of using endless cycles of violence for what amounts to be only short-term effects. He dons his old Spartan uniform to make a



Appearing in "Coup d'État, Part 3: Henhouse Confidential"

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  • Warmaker (Dies)

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Synopsis for "Coup d'État, Part 3: Henhouse Confidential"

Jack Marlowe (formerly Spartan of the Wildcats) speaks to the Authority about the dangers of using endless cycles of violence for what amounts to be only short-term effects. He dons his old Spartan uniform to make a point. Marlowe urges the Authority to look at the long term, but he is ignored.

Marlowe does what he feels is sensible for his position. He ignores the Authority and continues to run HALO. In his mind, the Authority’s hostile coup d’etat will only have short-term effects. He decides to concentrate on the long term goal of improving people’s lives.



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  • This book was first published on February 18, 2004.
  • Grifter's paraplegic state is inline to his injuries received from Agent Orange.

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