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Silas Greene Employee File
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Nanotrasen Employee File: SILAS GREENE
/N/ In Nanotrasen we trust /N/


THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE NANOTRASEN DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RELATIONS
PERSONNEL NOT BELONGING TO THE NANOTRASEN DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RELATIONS OR WITH AN ACCESS LEVEL OVER BETA ARE NOT TO VIEW THIS DOCUMENT



Employee Information
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Physical Description
Age:
47
Race:
Human, Caucasian
Sex: 
Male
Weight
220 pounds
Height
6’4”
Eye Color: 
Blue
Hair Color:
Black
Typical Hair Style:
Shaved Bald
Identifying Marks:
Tattoo on right shoulder. Reads: NTMC, 101st Infantry. O+. Puritan
Blood Type:
O+
Date of Birth:
August 5th, 2006
Physical Disorders:
Employee suffers from Puritanism. 
Mental Disorders:
None
Current Physician:
Dr. MooMoo Cattleton, M.D.
Current Health Insurance Provider:
Discount Dan’s Discount Health Insurance


Employment History
Year of Employment:
2049
Current Position:
Security Officer, Kondaru Station
Qualifications:
Bartender, Janitor, Security Officer, Detective, Wetwork.
Previous Position[s]:
NTMC Marine, 4 years. NTMC Sargeant, 4 years. Bouncer, 5 years. Bartender, 1 year. Private Security, 6 years. Prison Guard, 3 years. Security Assistant, 1 week.
Citations:
None
Nanotrasen Loyalty Index:
83%
Employee Quality Rating:
7.2/10
Access Level:
Delta


Personal Information
Place of Birth:
Chicago, United States
Current Residence:
Kondaru Station
Education Level:
High School
Military Service:
8 years, NTMC.
Marriage Status:
Unmarried
Associates:
Cal Mooberly, Fleur DeLaCreme, Dr. MooMoo Cattleton.
Favorite Color:
Blue
Family Members:
Alan Greene, Father. Deceased. Mary Greene, Mother. Deceased. Alice Greene, Sister. Deceased. John Greene, Brother. Deceased.
Religion:
None
Groups:
Known associate of the Tejanos Cartel. Member of the NTMC Veterans Association.
Criminal Status:
None
Criminal History:
Convicted of: 
Petty Crimes:
6 counts of public drunkenness
2 counts of possession of illegal narcotics
1 count of assault
Known and suspected involvement in:
Capital Offenses:
Corporate Treason, 3 counts [1 confirmed, 2 unconfirmed]
Corporate sabotage, 6 counts [4 confirmed, 2 unconfirmed]
Conspiracy to commit corporate sabotage, 15 counts [14 confirmed, 1 unconfirmed]
Murder:
Murder of Jerry Fairfeild [confirmed]
Murder of Avery Morisson [confirmed]
Murder of Prof. Jonas Freud [unconfirmed]
Murder of Dr. Charles Wong [confirmed]
Murder of Adam Greene [unconfirmed]
13 additional counts of murder [6 confirmed, 7 unconfirmed]
Attempted murder of Amos Steele [confirmed]
Acessory to the murder of Elizabeth Johnson [confirmed]
Acessory to the murder of Philp Peterson [unconfirmed]
Major Crimes:
Conspiracy to commit sabotage, 6 counts [2 confirmed, 4 unconfirmed]
Conspiracy to commit arson, 1 count [confirmed]
Illegal possession of firearms, 4 counts [confirmed]
Petty crimes not listed for brevity and relevance

Background
Early Life
Silas Greene was born in the old earth city of Chicago in the year 2006, to Adam and Mary Greene. Upon reaching the age of majority, Greene joined the NTMC, abandoning his family. Motivations for this are unconfirmed, but may include an interest in avoiding his father Adam Greene, who was reportedly abusive. Adam Greene was found dead two days after Silas Greene’s departure to a NTMC training camp. Cause of death was determined to be a skull fracture. Involvement of Silas in his father’s death is unconfirmed but suspected.
Military Service
Greene served in the NTMC military during the years 2024 to 2032. Greene's highest position achieved in the NTMC was that of Sergeant. Greene was awarded the NTMC medal of achievement for his performance in the battle of Roberts Ridge. Honorably discharged in 2032 after the successful conclusion of the Kerios Campaign.
Civilian History
For approximately 11 years, Greene worked in a variety of positions in the private sector. These positions included, but are not limited to: bouncer, bartender, security guard, debt repayment advisor, security advisor, security contractor, and private detective.
History with Nanotrasen
During his time in the private sector, Mr. Greene was employed numerous times by Nanotrasen, or parties acting in the interest of Nanotrasen as a security contractor. Details of employment have been withheld by the Department of Internal Security. Greene has not accepted nor demonstrated interest in this variety of work since 2047.
History During Nanotrasen Employment
In 2047, Greene applied for a position as a security guard in Nanotrasen Penal Facility 208. Greene’s performance in this position was exceptional, and he was given an offer to come aboard as a full time security officer onboard one of our stations. This was accepted. 
As a security officer, Greene has had an outstanding arrest and success record. Employee is currently being considered for elevation to Head of Security status. Status on this promotion is currently pending review.


Attached Documents


Subject: Re: Silas Greene Criminal Status


From:
Nikoli Sergeyev, Director of Human Relations
Nanotrasen Department of Human Relations
Room 94, Centcomm


To:
Eric Vintorez, Human Resources Reviewer
Nanotrasen Department of Human Relations
Room 3242, Centcomm

Recent concerns regarding the continued employment of Officer Silas Greene, with regards to his criminal status, have forced my hand in this matter. This document is to be permanently attached to Officer Greene’s employee file, to prevent further confusion on this matter. 
In short, we will not be terminating Officer Greene’s employment at any point in the future based on his current criminal status. Upon reviewing the circumstances regarding his suspected activities, it has been confirmed that for all but one of the crimes noted in his file, Officer Greene was operating under a temporary contract issued by either Nanotrasen or one of its subsidiaries. These criminal acts were sanctioned and permitted by those contracts. Officer Greene has proven himself a valuable and trustworthy asset on multiple occasions, and his previous employment with this company should not negatively affect his future record. Effective immediately, no part of Silas Greene’s suspected criminal actions should be considered with regards to his future or continued employment with this company.
-Director Sergeyev, Nanotrasen Department of Human Relations

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