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rhelms is the user account of Richard Helms on the Central Intelligence Agency Data system which is accessible from the computer terminal in the interrogation room depicted in the main menu of Call of Duty: Black Ops.
The rhelms account uses a non-secure password, the name of his wife (Lady Bird Johnson) LEROSEY.
Typing the command MAIL opens Helms' mail account, which contains only one message.
ID From Date Subject 0 Ryan Jackson Monday, August 12, 1968 Cupcakes
|Date/Time:||Monday, August 12, 1968|
My lovely wife Bridget, the saint that she is, got up at the crack of dawn and made cupcakes. She coerced me into bringing them into the office to share with all of you. They'll be in the coffee room while supplies last.
WARNING: Only 1 cupcake per person. The room is monitored. Don't make me sic the SAD on you. That goes double for you Stanz and Sutton.
Typing the command DIR opens Helms' home directory, which contains 55 files. Each file is viewable by typing the command CAT followed by a filename.
FROM: The White House
July 21, 1961
SUBJECT: Transmission from a suspected numbers station near the [REDACTED] embassy containing alarming and cryptic references.
Research appears to be underway involving variance of Tabun, Sarin, Soman and an unknown gas of possibly far greater potential for devastation. Every member of the S.O.G. team in the field should be briefed. Yesterday, a new transmission involving Plutonium and Uranium was also intercepted but was lost before the transmission was completed. All foreign agents listening to numbers stations should be vigilant to those keywords. Recent chatter has reached a fever pitch
CIA operatives have been assigned to the program, and the additional support is requested. Have all reports forwarded to the White House and present an interim review of the situation no later than July 31, 1961.
/s/ John F. Kennedy