Rainbow Six - Chapter 27, Transfer Agents Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27, Transfer Agents Summary

At their morning meeting, Dr. Barbara Archer is adamant that it's a waste of time to keep the dying subjects alive any longer. They are not responding to any drugs and will not be moved to Kansas. In side of six months, there would only be three categories of humans left: The dying, those few not exposed to the virus and those selected to be saved and injected with vaccine B. Some hearty souls would no doubt surface as totally immune to Shiva. But these rare individuals would die of starvation or other disease brought about by the multitude of unburied dead bodies laying about. The others vote almost unanimously with her to put the remaining subjects to death. Shortly after, Archer injects Mary with a lethal injection of potassium. Archer thinks back to her days at the humane society. After remaining unclaimed...

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