Case Briefing: Agent Salinger, Interpol
Operatives in key international cities risked their lives to help former Scotland Yard Chief Inspector Salinger to stop the International Bank of Business and Credit. Despite setbacks, he's more determined than ever to bring the corrupt bank to justice.
For four weeks, operatives retrieved evidence drops left by an informant once employed by an international charity.
The first break came in Berlin, where a woman in a red scarf sent operatives across Treptower Park where they uncovered evidence proving the charity was really an IBBC front.
The following week, operatives made their way through the streets of L.A.'s Chinatown, where they found evidence revealing that the IBBC used this charity to move arms, intelligence, and money to warlords around the world.
Moving on to New York, operatives met their contact in drizzling rain outside the Guggenheim Museum and discovered a CD indicating that the New York D.A.'s office had opened an investigation into «Tabula Rasa,» code name for the IBBC's money laundering network whose inner workings remain a mystery.
The last break came when Salinger's London-based operation braved discovery by IBBC moles to uncover the informant's final evidence outside the Tate Modern - a complete picture of how the IBBC wielded this charity organization to exact evil throughout the world.
Yet despite extraordinary efforts, Salinger was summarily dismissed from Scotland Yard and his case shut down. In a horrific turn of events, the informant and his family were killed in an auto accident that appears to have been orchestrated by the IBBC.