TWENTY EIGHT YEARS- JUNIOR CASE OFFICER- SIS - OLIVER ALTMAN
EVALUATOR: Dr Richard Bright
In my initial report on Agent ... I outlined a number of concerns which I felt resulted in the agent being possibly unfit for service. These risks,in my view, pose a continued threat to those within the service and the service as a whole. While many of my initial fears have not come to fruition, and the agent has, on a number of occasions, proven himself to be highly resourceful asset, I cannot help but remain perturbed by Agent... continued active status. My opinion, which is not shared by my colleagues is thus; that Agent... is either a psychopath, at least in the medical sense, being that he has “an abnormal lack of empathy combined with strongly amoral conduct but it is masked by an ability to appear outwardly normal,” or that he is able to suppress normal human emotions to a level rarely seen, even in our world. I do not which it is but I know which I find more alarming. Throughout the course of my interviews I have come to believe that this disposition stems from the traumatic childhood which the agent endured.
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