Looking at the Deaths on 24 page under "Not Included": on Day 3, at 8:52 AM Michelle Dessler is heading out of the hotel in an NHS van with two other lucky virus survivors and two supposed NHS crewmembers (in grey jackets saying "NHS"), then just a few minutes later she is held at knifepoint by Saunders' men. Those other people were likely killed when the van was intercepted, so they should at least be under "Not Included".
It is possible that those two crewmen were Saunders' men, but the other two were wearing Chandler Plaza Hotel clothes and were visibly ecstatic so they were definitely real survivors, that is until they were killed. Nfl392 22:55, August 7, 2011 (UTC)
- You're right, they were likely killed. As we don't know that they were for certain, they do live in the "not included" category, much like our unknown status characters. You can go ahead and add the to the relevant part of the page; remember anyone can contribute and edit stuff! I actually did a little tribute to those guys, can be found here--Acer4666 23:05, August 7, 2011 (UTC)
Again, while this isn't really related, it still bears much to Day 3's ambiguous deaths. My concern is where are people getting the idea that Michelle offed Alvers?
The last thing she was going to do was put him out of his misery and as I clearly recall, she said something like "You can die a cold slow death instead" or something to that nature. The last thing she was going to do was let him get out easy with a bullet to the noggin.
- I think she may have said that, in order to incite him to revealing the location of the virus dispersal device (before the virus was released), but later she promised to put him out of his misery in return for him identifying Stephen Saunders from a list of photos. The promise was made in Day 3: 4:00am-5:00am--Acer4666 (talk) 22:03, June 18, 2012 (UTC)
Oh crap, that was said but still while it's never shown, I seem to recall that she was doing what Bauer does where he does the usual bulloni like saying he can put the person he's interrogating in Witness Protection and she walked out of the room because she would rather let him die in vain like the rest of the hotel's occupants. --Gunman6 01:43, June 19, 2012 (UTC)
- Yes unfortunately what she did was never confirmed on screen, hence the note on Alvers's page indicating the uncertainty of his death--Acer4666 (talk) 11:57, June 19, 2012 (UTC)
No, I'm saying it was a bargaining chip. You guys can keep the page as it is, I'm just saying that her ending his life was very unlikely.--Gunman6 18:26, June 19, 2012 (UTC)