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guy-with-the-spine-tattoo:


I see. But you’re a med, right? Is it usual for meds to be called on crime scenes, or did the person who called had the ambulance coming first? I have no clue of the aftermath of a kill : not only I work with a cleaning team, but I also always leave as soon as work is done.


I am a medic, short for paramedic. 

I work on the ambulance and respond to every medical problem, accident or violent crime in the city —and I’m faster than the police. They can’t declare a crime scene until I say the victim is dead, and they listen to me. 

After that, we are the same. I leave the victim just as you do if there’s nobody for me to save. The police will summon the coroner and will carry the body away —just like your clean-up crews.

I don’t get my uniform dirty if I can avoid it.

That’s good. I don’t like to get my uniform dirty as well.

shaftjacked:

guy-with-the-spine-tattoo:

I see. But you’re a med, right? Is it usual for meds to be called on crime scenes, or did the person who called had the ambulance coming first? I have no clue of the aftermath of a kill : not only I work with a cleaning team, but I also always leave as soon as work is done.

I am a medic, short for paramedic. 

I work on the ambulance and respond to every medical problem, accident or violent crime in the city —and I’m faster than the police. They can’t declare a crime scene until I say the victim is dead, and they listen to me. 

After that, we are the same. I leave the victim just as you do if there’s nobody for me to save. The police will summon the coroner and will carry the body away —just like your clean-up crews.

I don’t get my uniform dirty if I can avoid it.

That’s good. I don’t like to get my uniform dirty as well.

shaftjacked:

guy-with-the-spine-tattoo:

That’s interesting. What kind of wounds did they have? Are you able to profile the type of killer and their affiliations from them.. ?
Thanks. I know my weapon is a rather unusual one. That’s also why I like it.

One story comes to mind. 

Single gunshot wound to the back of the head. Open braincase, white matter and blood on the pavement infront of him. It was an execution style kill with the victim kneeling on the ground.

Nobody noticed anything strange or heard the gunshot, so the killer was quick and used a silencer. It was inside a secured apartment complex, and even I had difficulty getting inside. 

I am convinced it was a contract hit. The homicide detectives suggested it was related to the victim’s business, likely money problems. They did not find the killer.

I see. But you’re a med, right? Is it usual for meds to be called on crime scenes, or did the person who called had the ambulance coming first? I have no clue of the aftermath of a kill : not only I work with a cleaning team, but I also always leave as soon as work is done.

shaftjacked:

guy-with-the-spine-tattoo:

That’s interesting. What kind of wounds did they have? Are you able to profile the type of killer and their affiliations from them.. ? Thanks. I know my weapon is a rather unusual one. That’s also why I like it.

One story comes to mind.

Single gunshot wound to the back of the head. Open braincase, white matter and blood on the pavement infront of him. It was an execution style kill with the victim kneeling on the ground.

Nobody noticed anything strange or heard the gunshot, so the killer was quick and used a silencer. It was inside a secured apartment complex, and even I had difficulty getting inside.

I am convinced it was a contract hit. The homicide detectives suggested it was related to the victim’s business, likely money problems. They did not find the killer.

I see. But you’re a med, right? Is it usual for meds to be called on crime scenes, or did the person who called had the ambulance coming first? I have no clue of the aftermath of a kill : not only I work with a cleaning team, but I also always leave as soon as work is done.

That’s interesting. What kind of wounds did they have? Are you able to profile the type of killer and their affiliations from them.. ?
Thanks. I know my weapon is a rather unusual one. That’s also why I like it.

That’s interesting. What kind of wounds did they have? Are you able to profile the type of killer and their affiliations from them.. ? Thanks. I know my weapon is a rather unusual one. That’s also why I like it.

I gathered. But usually, there’s nothing to save of my kills.. And I don’t operate in your beautiful region.

asks:
Then we should get along famously. I could use a little perspective.

Haha. Sure.

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A Soviet spy faces his executioner and laughs. Rukajärvi, in East Karelia. November 1942.

predecessors:

A Soviet spy faces his executioner and laughs. Rukajärvi, in East Karelia. November 1942.

asks:
Should I be concerned about being tailed by a killer?

As long as nobody’s paying me to do it, there’s nothing to worry about.

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How often do you fart?

No.

all that food talk made me really hungry