A woman who doesn't know who she is, is found. She is covered with tattoos and one of them is the name Kurt Weller which is the name of an FBI agent, who is brought in who claims that he doesn't know her. He tries to talk to her but she doesn't know him. They later show her one of her tattoos and she says it's an address and today's date. Weller is sent to check it out and she goes with him. While there, they discover a possible terrorist threat and that she has some unusual skills.
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The police officer that finds the duffel bag in Times Square wears badges from the 22 precinct. Times Square is in the 18. The 22nd precinct is in Central Park See more
(at around 26 mins) The tattoo that was covered up is identified as a Navy SEAL tattoo and it was pointed out that special operations service members would not have fingerprints in the federal database.
The government training that someone goes through is not classified. Their missions might be, but their training is not. Therefore, if someone joined the Navy, or any other branch of the armed forces, there would be a publicly accessible file on them, regardless of what military occupational specialty or duty assignments they may have had and their fingerprints would be in a database accessible by the FBI. Furthermore, to date, there have never been any female Navy SEALs.
Also although Navy personnel (and sailors in general) are notorious for getting tattoos, actual Navy SEALs would not tattoo SEAL imagery on their bodies. Doing so would violate operational security and prohibit them from serving in plainclothes. It would also endanger SEALs made prisoners or hostages and make them subject to abuse or severe interrogation. See more
[a beat cop notices a bag lying on the sidewalk in the middle of Times Square
Do you know whose bag this is?
Ma'am, do you know whose bag this is? Excuse me, is this yours?
[the beat cop notices the tag left on the bag, it reads: Call The FBI
References The Gunman
Life to Lifeless
Performed by Killswitch Engage See more