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Findings at CTU Edit

I'm sure this is another case of conflicting information. Kim said that all the agents were dead, and later Tony told George that the agents were killed protecting the women, according to the forensics report. All of this way before half 9. --Acer4666 14:00, March 15, 2011 (UTC)

Jack Bauer, Findings p. 158: "Almeida and Mason were both told that my wife and daughter had escaped--which was true--and that there were no survivors at the safe house--which was false. I learned later that Agent Paulson had survived the attack--barely...." Then there's transcribed testimony from Paulson taken at the emergency room minutes before he died. --proudhug 14:07, March 15, 2011 (UTC)
Haha so when Mason sent Biselli and Parker (Day 1), they kept Paulson's survival a secret and lied to George and Tony? How weird...but I suppose that Cerasini has covered himself. even if he has spoiled the show for me... :P--Acer4666 14:11, March 15, 2011 (UTC)
Again, there's always a way to explain it. Perhaps they were told he was dead before it was discovered that he was still alive. Or were given a vague answer that was meant to imply that he wouldn't make it, despite still being alive. --proudhug 14:19, March 15, 2011 (UTC)
True true. I appreciate you answering all these queries for me! I'll have to get a hold of the book so I can try to consolidate all this series 1 info--Acer4666 15:33, March 15, 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, considering it was written before season 2 started, it's a pretty cool book. It reads a little too much like an episode guide at times, but it's definitely got a lot of really interesting extra bits of information, as you can see. --proudhug 15:37, March 15, 2011 (UTC)
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