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Memory of a Hitman :"C'est toujours comme ça la vie? Toujours !
A "hitman" typically refers to a professional assassin hired to carry out a targeted killing, often for monetary gain. Hitmen are usually employed by individuals or organizations to eliminate specific targets discreetly and efficiently. They are known for their skills in covert operations, surveillance, and the use of various weapons to accomplish their missions. The term "hitman" is derived from the notion of someone being "hit" or targeted for elimination. Hitmen operate in the shadows and are often associated with organized crime, though they can also be freelance operatives hired for a variety of reasons beyond criminal activities. (Chat GPT)
A "crime syndicate" refers to a structured and organized group involved in criminal activities, often operating across multiple regions or even internationally. Crime syndicates are characterized by hierarchical structures, division of labor, and systematic approaches to conducting illegal operations. These operations can include activities such as drug trafficking, arms smuggling, human trafficking, extortion, money laundering, racketeering, and other illicit endeavors.
Key features of crime syndicates include:
Hierarchy: Crime syndicates typically have a hierarchical structure, with leaders at the top who oversee operations, make strategic decisions, and enforce discipline. Beneath them are various tiers of members, including lieutenants, enforcers, and associates.
Division of Labor: Different members of a crime syndicate are assigned specific roles and responsibilities based on their skills, expertise, and connections. This division of labor allows syndicates to efficiently carry out various criminal activities.
Profit Motive: The primary goal of crime syndicates is to generate profit through illegal means. They often exploit vulnerabilities in legal systems and economies to maximize their financial gains.
Secrecy and Security: Crime syndicates operate clandestinely to avoid detection by law enforcement agencies. They employ measures such as encrypted communication, bribery, intimidation, and violence to protect their operations and members.
International Operations: Many crime syndicates have global reach, engaging in transnational criminal activities across borders. They may establish networks and alliances with other criminal organizations to facilitate their operations.
Crime syndicates pose significant challenges to law enforcement agencies and governments worldwide due to their sophisticated operations, financial resources, and ability to adapt to changing circumstances. Efforts to combat crime syndicates often involve coordinated law enforcement actions, international cooperation, intelligence gathering, and legislative measures aimed at disrupting their activities and dismantling their organizational structures. (Chat GPT)
"Plus on gagne en expérience et plus on s'approche de la cible." (AC to BC)
Everyone at some point in his life felt like killing someone, guess what? It is rarely his best idea.