Jonathan Crane (doctorcrane) wrote,
Jonathan Crane

December 2nd, 1995 - 1:23 am

I suppose I should resign myself to the fact that writing here is becoming common place.

To say that I ran into Harvey Dent again would be a lie - I went looking for him. I'm not exactly sure what was going through my mind at the time - or at all in the last few days, honestly - but I can say that it was worth my time. Mister Dent let me in a few secrets, of particular interest, a warehouse in the possession of Carmine Falcone. One full of blood money, no doubt. And I can't help but wonder if that little tidbit would interest Mister Shreck - as Two-Face said, it seems everyone in this city has a grievance with Falcone.

This information, however, did not come without a price. In return, I offered to free Dent's partner, Edward Nygma, from Arkham. Which will be the easy part as Nygma's up for his review in a few days, and Doctor Burton already asked Meridian and myself to sit on the review panel. And I know Burton has seen Nygma's progress, so he won't be a problem. And Meridian can be swayed. Especially if Doctor Burton and I are in agreement.

The hard part, however? Dent demanded proof that I could indeed free Nygma from Arkham. He wants Nygma's files.

Now, getting the files won't be difficult - I know where they are and the archives aren't exactly guarded ... especially not from a doctor. But should someone go looking for them after they are missing? Particularly Burton or Meridian before the review meeting? I'm not sure how it would look for Nygma if they were found missing. And I doubt Dent will accept copies.

I'll think of something tomorrow morning, I'm sure.

Until then, for my records - City Hall, 2 AM.
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