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Not to be confused with Alan Morgan.

Adam Morgan was a London-based Operations Officer with the Central Intelligence Agency, and the husband of fellow agent Kate Morgan.

Adam Morgan

Morgan after committing suicide

Before Day 9, Morgan's superior Steve Navarro colluded with hacker Adrian Cross to sell state secrets to the Chinese government, and planted evidence implicating Morgan in the crime. ("Day 9: 5:00pm-6:00pm") Morgan was indicted, despite protesting his innocence, and was placed in protective custody while awaiting trial. Prosecutors intended to try Morgan for treason, with a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. While in custody in Langley, Virginia, Morgan committed suicide by hanging himself.("Day 9: 8:00pm-9:00pm") The incident was reported in a Washington Daily Courier article, which was later posted on the Open Cell website. (Open-Cell.org)

As a result of Morgan's outing, his wife Kate was demoted and ordered to return to the United States. Many of her colleagues, particularly her scheduled replacement Erik Ritter, began to doubt her judgment and competence, as her husband had been committing grave treason without her knowledge. ("Day 9: 11:00am-12:00pm")

During Day 9, Jordan Reed found partially deleted references to Morgan's case on an agency hard drive partition and began a Phoenix Retrieval Program to recover it. To hide his duplicity, Navarro dispatched Reed to retrieve a "dead drop" in Camden, then sent a hitman to kill him. ("Day 9: 5:00pm-6:00pm")

Background information and notes

  • Even though Adam Morgan's death is detailed in the Open-Cell.org campaign online, it isn't mentioned within the show until Day 9: 8:00pm-9:00pm.
  • In the photograph on Open-Cell.org, Adam appears to have light-colored hair but in the photograph of him with Kate Morgan seen in "Day 9: 11:00am-12:00pm", he has dark-brown hair.
  • In "Day 9: 11:00am-12:00pm", it is stated that Adam apparently sold secrets to the Chinese government, whereas the Open-Cell.org article says he was accused of selling secrets to the Russian Federation.
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