"No one has ever produced a statement of fact that was technically true. The most accurate statements of science we have today are accurate to only 15 decimal places."
Should the operative die, the Deadmans' Device (DM) instantly sends a message which is relayed to friendly headquarters. The automatic message simply conveys that the person is dead, without being able to say how or why.
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