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A well-known local doctor and decorated Vietnam war veteran, Hartman was chosen to be part of the Governor’s Oversight Committee for the Ossabaw Island colony by the State of Georgia. He used his medical background to monitor the treatment and health of residents.
From a young age, Lloyd excelled at sports, taking him from one championship to another, leading to a career with the Washington Redskins. A tragedy caused him to leave sports and pursue a higher calling. He became a Catholic priest and served as the spiritual advocate in the Committee and minister to the poor souls on Ossabaw.
Will grew up as part of the American aristocracy, but as soon as he was able, joined the war effort in Vietnam. An attack left him with legs amputated. Afterward, his friend Judah Benjamin orchestrated a successful political campaign for him for the office of United States Representative.
Judah grew up in a political family and so was always surrounded by politics. This served him well as his profound ability to mastermind successful political campaigns led to the status of political legend in Washington and millions in his bank account.
Governor of the state of Georgia, Big Dog, prompted by mounting financial pressures, was first to propose allowing Executive Outcomes to establish a drug colony on Georgian soil. Despite some objections, the plan was the most economically feasible idea. He put together the Oversight Committee to ensure success and that Georgia's contract was enforced.
Rudy's second in command, Claus first served in the French Foreign Legion before being hired by Executive Outcomes. His responsibilities include running the day-to-day operations of the island, as well as implementing some of the more secretive directives of the Company.
A graduate of John Hopkins University, Rudy eventually lost interest in medicine and joined his father's company Executive Outcomes. Ossabaw was the eighth facility in ten years under his command. Rudy was over all activities on the island and responsible for maintaining compliance with Executive Outcome's contract with the State of Georgia.
Daughter of Big Dog, Katie grew up privileged, but eventually became the black sheep of the family, resorting to drugs and becoming a high-paid prostitute. Feeling her life spiraling out of control, she checked into Ossabaw.