From: Dr. Kirstin Randolph, Department of Psychology and Psychoses
To: Department of Employment
Re: Operative Craig Ferguson, Strike Squad, Team Spartan (Record #3211/2a), SCL: 9B.7
Operative Ferguson was recently called in for his bi-annual psychological evaluation. Test results showed signs of severe insecurity and introversion with possible sociopathic tendencies. Operative Ferguson claims he has been under a lot of stress due to personal loss. QUOTE: "Everything I love or get attached to dies. Family, friends, shit, even one night stands. Everything I touch just turns to shit."
This response as well as his test results leads us to believe that Operative Ferguson would be a liability in the field at this time. When this was brought up to Operative Ferguson he volunteered to be admitted to Bethlehem Asylum for treatment.
When told his squad would be taking a Black Op and would not have his support he replied: "It doesn't fucking matter. All I do is hold the camera and take pot shots. I'd probably just get a squad member killed."
Based on behavioral analysis, Operative Ferguson would not be a good candidate for a Medical Exemption Certificate; one will not be forthcoming.
Please immediately remove Operative Ferguson from "active" status and place him on "medical leave" until further notice.
Operative Ferguson will be admitted to Bethlehem Asylum for counseling and pharmaceutical therapy until such time as he is deemed fit to return to duty.
Dr. Kirstin Randolph, SCL 4B.1
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All this guy needs is a kick in the ass. We get sadsacks like this all the time. If you can't handle death, then you shouldn't become an operative. We ought to just pump this guy full of Glowgood and get his ass out of here to make room for the truly screwed up.