The chilling true story of conman, Robert Freegard, who posed as an undercover MI5 agent kidnapping countless victims amidst a high-stakes manhunt until the woman who fell for him brought him to justice.
Rogue Agent is based loosely on the true story of Robert Freegard. Freegard was a British conman who bilked women out of their money by pretending to be an MI5 agent. There are some minor spoilers ahead.
One of our covert operatives on [pre-FTL world name] has gone rogue! The poor, misguided fool has apparently been smitten by a [pre-FTL species name] female, and the two of them have eloped to parts unknown on the [planet or moon]'s surface.We are as yet uncertain whether our agent has revealed his true alien nature to his love interest or if he is still posing as a [pre-FTL species name] to her. Needless to say this is a tremendous security breach - we should do everything in our power to bring this agent back and give him the psychiatric care he is so clearly in need of.
We are picking up a scrambled transmission coming from the surface of [pre-FTL world name]. It is using a frequency normally reserved for our infiltration cells, but none of them are currently transmitting. Could this be our rogue agent
Someone has been picking off our covert operatives on [pre-FTL world name]. Several agents that were shadowing potential [pre-FTL species name] acquisition targets have been found dead. While it's not impossible that the assassin or assassins came from an indigenous special forces outfit, the methods used in these takedowns indicate [main species name] military training.There is a high probability that these killings are the work of our rogue operative. He knows how our infiltration cells function, and he has the training to kill both efficiently and silently.
Reports are beginning to surface from local media outlets on [pre-FTL world name] that speak of some kind of massive global conspiracy perpetrated by aliens. The respectable [pre-FTL species name] media has yet to touch this subject matter and much of what has been reported is pure conjecture, but there are some details that could only be known by someone with intimate knowledge of our covert operations.We can only assume that our rogue agent has been feeding information about our infiltration program to the media. This will require some damage control.
One of our infiltration cells on [pre-FTL world name] has been all but eliminated in just the last couple of days. The authorities of the nation state in which they were stationed have been hunting them down one by one. Those of our operatives who were in danger of being arrested committed suicide by disintegration as standing protocol dictates. The cell's remaining members are in hiding now, and we are currently working on getting them offworld.Someone must have tipped the local authorities off and supplied them with a list of all the operatives that were part of this particular cell. Only our rogue agent could have had this information...
Military Intelligence has managed to pinpoint what they believe to be the location of our rogue operative on [colony name]! A ground assault to extract or terminate him would draw too much attention, but it should be possible to destroy the entire city block he is in through limited orbital bombardment.Our infiltration cells have prepared a cover story for the local media that will blame the destruction on a meteor strike. We should strike quickly... we may never get another opportunity like this!
It is too late. The window to eliminate our rogue agent on [pre-FTL world name] has passed - our intelligence sources indicate that he has relocated together with his [pre-FTL species name] sweetheart to another safe house at an unknown location.
Directed by Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson, the movie is based on the true story of the British con-artist Robert Hendy-Freegard who masqueraded as an MI5 agent while working as a barman and car salesman.
Our study also demonstrates why it is crucial to separately measure and analyze Chinese official development assistance (ODA) and other forms of financing from the Chinese Government that lack developmental intent or a sufficiently high grant element to qualify as ODA. We find that the latter type of funding flows disproportionately to more corrupt and resource-abundant countries, which helps explain why the \"rogue donor\" narrative about China has such staying power among Western pundits and policymakers. In fact, it is not Chinese ODA that flows to corrupt and natural resource-rich countries, but rather commercially-oriented forms of Chinese state financing with higher interest rates and lower grant elements, which is not aid in the traditional sense.
The story follows Robert Freegard (James Norton), a conman and imposter. Pretending to be an MI5 agent chasing after the IRA, he kidnaps, enslaves, swindles, and abuses numerous victims physically and mentally. The film offers a brief summation of his tactics and his victims, but does not delve into a narrative that deconstructs the mind of a cruel man. The focus shifts to one of his later victims and how she turns things around by conning the con man.
Robert is incredibly handsome, so all the considerable red flags are masked by his charm and smile. The film opens with a segment narrated by the immensely talented Gemma Arterton, who explains the main tenants of how a spy deceives others, all while Robert ingratiates himself with a group of university students and convinces them he is an MI5 spy. Using the tactics of a rakish agent who would typically be beloved, he perverts the notion by abusing his power, preying on unsuspecting people and whisking them away from their loved ones and lives. Nine years later, he meets his match in Alice Archer (Arterton).
Parents need to know that Rogue Agent is a British thriller -- based on the real-life case of con artist Robert Freegard (James Norton) -- with some strong language. The movie revolves around Freegard's deception and criminal activities. His love interest, Alice Archer (Gemma Arterton), is the closest the movie has to a role model: suspicious of Robert's claim to be a secret agent, her intelligence and diligence slowly begin to uncover the truth about him. There is no violence shown on-screen, but there are references to terror attacks and deaths. Characters are also left traumatized as a result of Freegard's lies and deception. This includes Freegard starting sexual relationships with them. There is a brief sex scene, but there's no explicit nudity, with just Freegard's bare back shown. There are multiple uses of \"f--k\" and \"s--t,\" as well as \"pr--k,\" \"bitch,\" and \"bastard.\" Materialism features in that Freegard's job as a luxury car salesmen means that he entertains wealthy clients and uses his access to vehicles to impress his targets. There is some drinking, with reference to being hungover. Characters also smoke cigarettes and cigars in indoor public spaces.
Whilst saving the world from all manner of terrorists and threats, a Rogue MI5 Agent has been growing his personal art collection and not entirely legitimately. The unknown agent has been stealing art and sculptures from across the globe.
A legal seminar covering the existence and scope of agency relationships, including a discussion of agency agreements, ostensible agency, ratification, negligent supervision and the legal relationship between agents and principals.
The private investigator cannot find any trace of Robert, which worries Alice in the process. When she confronts Robert about this discovery, he informs her his real name is Robert Freegard and he is an undercover agent working for MI5.
Truth be told, the last few years have brought on change which will impact how we hire for decades to come. Employers downsizing or even closing offices to save costs, top talent preferring to work from home to create a better work life balance, both have organically created an environment of trust which inherently requires additional safeguards to be put in place. While the practice of background screening was already gaining momentum in Europe prior to the lockdown, it seems the uncertainties of these times combined with the current geopolitical risk factors have put extra attention on the need to ensure we are not hiring a rogue agent.
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent is a first-person shooter released for the PS2, XBox, GameCube and Nintendo DS. It follows an unkown agent called GoldenEye who is drummed out of MI-6 for brutality. It features the voice talent of Christopher Lee, and Judi Dench does the voice of M. Only in one or two scenes though. This game was meant to be EA Games' answer for the original GoldenEye 007 for the N64, but wasn't popular with critics or fans. The game features a dual-wield system and multiplayer.
M starts off by saying that the \"Agent was wounded in a confrontation with Dr. No several years ago, and lost the use of his right eye.\" The agent is also prone to excessive violence. The agent appears in a helicopter next to 007, and is going to Fort Knox to stop Goldfinger. As you both are heading up there, a missile takes out the chopper. When the agent lands, he walks up to 007 and he falls to his \"death.\" The agent then proceeds down to the lowest level of the of the Fort. When the agent gets to the vault, the bars block his way, Oddjob kills the remaining soldiers, and a cutscene shows the nuclear bomb (from Goldfinger) going off. Then the agent is booted out from MI-6, because he failed to save Fort Knox and \"killed\" 007. As the agent leaves he looks at a business card that says, \"The offer still stands.\" It is signed by Goldfinger.
After the titles, the agent receives a \"golden eye,\" a mechanical eye that can do 4 things. The first power the agent receives is MRI imaging. The second power is a Magnetic Polarity shield. The third power is an EM hack ability and the fourth power is a Magnetic Induction Field. It is given to him by Francesco Scaramanga (voiced by Christopher Lee, and using his likeness from The Man with the Golden Gun), who acts as this game's \"Q\" figure. 59ce067264