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Первое послание, которое он отправил Халохоту, не оставляло места сомнениям, тем более что они это уже обсуждали: убить Энсея Танкадо и захватить пароль. Стратмор никогда не спрашивал у Халохота, как тот творил свои чудеса: тот просто каким-то образом повторял их снова и. Энсей Танкадо мертв, власти убеждены, что это сердечный приступ, прямо как в учебнике, кроме одного обстоятельства. Халохот ошибся с местом действия.