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He encounters a drug addict named Kyle (Scott Menville), who is convinced Torque is his father, and together, they head to a crack house, passing the gazebo where Torque and Carmen first met. Torque has a series of flashbacks to his early dates with Carmen, his initial employment by Blackmore, and the conflict between them over his loyalties.[33] Heading to Miles' bar, he experiences a flashback to the incident for which he was arrested; a man threatened his children and called Carmen a whore, prompting an enraged Torque to kill him seconds before the police arrived. Miles then contacts Torque via radio, telling him they have to kill Blackmore.

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He meets up with Miles, who angrily says "it's been years man, years I been trying to get the straight word on Blackmore. And what the fuck is up with you my man? First I hear this, I couldn't believe, I said no way, not my man Torque. That cracker bleeding out in the basement, he told me what's what and he got no reason to lie. My brain ready to pop. It's too whack, nobody'd make this up. Nobody would never say that you..." However, Torque blacks out, and when he awakens, Miles is dead. Blackmore then contacts Torque, telling him to come to the drowning pool beneath the prison's factory.[36] As Torque heads there, he is attacked by Foundation soldiers backed up by a helicopter piloted by Jordan, who was lying about her men betraying her. Torque defeats the soldiers and kills Jordan.

In the drowning pool, Killjoy, Copperfield and The Creeper assess Torque's moral actions. Torque fights and defeats Copperfield. However, Blackmore leaves, compelling Torque to follow him. They return to where Torque grew up; Garvey Children's Home.[37] Inside, Torque remembers meeting Blackmore for the first time. However, in his memory, Blackmore is an adult, Torque is a child, and none of the staff can see or hear Blackmore.[38] Blackmore then confronts Torque, telling him that the ties that bind them can never be cut. Torque realizes the truth - Blackmore is not real, but is actually Torque's alter ego, having first appeared as an imaginary friend when Torque was a child.[39] When Torque blacks out, Blackmore's personality takes over, but now, Blackmore wants to be in control all the time; "we've only got the one body, and I'm tired of sharing." He transforms into a monster, and he and Torque fight, with Torque defeating him. Blackmore disappears, and Torque is approached by Carmen, who tells him "I never want us to be apart again."

Numerous things are different throughout the game if the player is playing as a neutral character. For example, the letter from Blackmore is to Cory, not Torque, telling him Torque doesn't really love him.[42] During the scene when Torque sees Killjoy on his TV, Killjoy reminds Torque that Blackmore had manipulated Cory.[43] When the helicopter attacks, it is piloted by Jordan, and in the drowning pool, Torque fights Copperfield. Later, Blackmore reveals that he gave Cory spiked drugs prior to Cory's murder of Malcolm and subsequent suicide. In the final battle, neither Blackmore nor Torque is able to win, and when they approach one another they are repelled away from touching. Blackmore points out "Looks like we're going to play this game a while longer. I couldn't change you, and you couldn't get rid of me. The ties that bind, they'll keep us connected, but apart. And I'll be right here, standing over your shoulder."[44]

hi was enjoying the game got to the end of chapter 13 going in the lift and it goes up and crashes the game. i did it several times also tried lowering graphics to 640x to see if would work nothing at all. i then decided load saves online but that chapter would not work at all. anyone had same problem. ties that bind the problem could be if you go into the levels folder for chapter 14 titled prison industry, the folder inside only has one file where the other levels have many in there. probably reason it crashes plus i am using the pc version original that came out in 2005.

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The allegations that law enforcement authorities, at the behest of the CIA and others,intentionally protected Blandon go beyond the unsuccessful LASD and OCDETF cases andextend to the case in which a federal prosecution was actually brought against him in1992. In this context, the claim is that Blandon's alleged Contra connections led thegovernment to give him a "sweetheart deal." We have found no credible evidenceto support this claim. Blandon was indeed treated quite leniently. But the reason hereceived a substantial sentencing discount was the degree to which he cooperated with thegovernment in the prosecution of others. This resulted in his receiving treatmentcomparable to what is received by others who provide substantial cooperation to thegovernment.

Blandon told the OIG that he moved to Miami in 1987, bought into a restaurant andrental car business and, at least according to his statements to OIG investigators, didnot engage in drug trafficking. Law enforcement records from the time suggest that Blandoncontinued some illegal activities during this period from Miami, primarily planning tobuild a business laundering money for other traffickers. In 1989, more informantinformation suggested that Blandon was engaging in or planning drug transactions. (For adescription of his contact with Ricky Ross during this period, see the chapter on Ross.)

According to Blandon, he suffered some reverses in the rental business, and returned toLos Angeles in 1990 and again began drug trafficking there. Blandon told the OIG that hewas unable to supply enough cars to meet tourist contracts he had made and lost asubstantial amount of cash very quickly. Relying on Colombian suppliers in San Francisco,he again began selling substantial quantities of cocaine -- up to 25 kilograms at a time-- to various dealers connected with Ricky Ross. In 1991, after running up a big debt tohis suppliers, Blandon decided to stay away from Los Angeles, and moved to San Diego,where he had already been spending a considerable amount of time.

Even before Blandon relocated to San Diego, he had sought to pursue traffickingactivities with a drug trafficker there, John Arman. But Arman was cooperating withthe DEA at the time, which led the DEA Office in San Diego to open a case on Blandon in1990. Special Agent Charles Jones told the OIG that his entire DEA group worked on thecase against Blandon, which received OCDETF designation in December 1990. The OCDETFapplication noted that Blandon headed a criminal organization that operatedinternationally from Colombia and Bolivia through the Bahamas, Costa Rica or Nicaragua tothe United States. Norwin Meneses, Roger Sandino, and Aparicio Moreno were identifiedas "other significant leaders." The organization had several different sourcesof supply. Cocaine supplied by the Suarez family in Bolivia came through the Bahamas toMiami. Cocaine from the Ochoa family of the Medellin Cartel in Colombia came through CostaRica or Nicaragua to Miami, or through Costa Rica or Nicaragua to Mexico and then LosAngeles. The application noted that "Blandon et al" had been operating out ofthe United States since at least 1982, primarily from Miami and Los Angeles. It alsosuggested that Blandon had amassed millions of dollars from trafficking, and was smugglingapproximately 2000-3000 kilograms of cocaine into the United States per year. Ivan Torres,Sergio Guerra, and Orlando Murillo were said to supervise money laundering and theinvestment of cocaine profits. Recounting the organization's history, the application saidthat "Norvin Menesis-Cantarero [sic]" had helped Blandon get started in drugtrafficking in Los Angeles, and that, between 1982 and 1984, Blandon had "operateddirectly under Menesis [sic]." It noted: "In 1984, Blandon disassociated himselffrom Menesis [sic] and began to work as an independent drug distributor with severalsubordinates working directly for Blandon." The application listed, as principaltargets, Blandon, Meneses, Roger Sandino, Sergio Guerra, Aparicio Moreno, Ivan Torres,Orlando Murillo, Margarita Castillo, Chepita Blandon, Bill Downing, Richard Orgel, DavidStewart, Ron Lister, and David Box. Nowhere in the application is there any mention of theNicaraguan Contras. 350c69d7ab


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