Little White Lie, a NY-based s Jul 6, 2012 12:13:47 GMT -5
Post by Laina on Jul 6, 2012 12:13:47 GMT -5
Children. They're the perfect people to slip in and out of situations unnoticed by the adults around them. The CIA found this out when they spotted an Australian Terrorist Agency using one - it was their secret weapon. No one suspected anything, and said teenager had a one hundred percent success rate. The CIA was in some seriously deep trouble, what with a new organization rising against them, and they adopted the idea. A whole division was devoted to this "teenage spy" idea, a building at the hands of the CIA being turned into a training facility disguised as a regular office building.
Fordham's numbers were starting to go down, their people being taken out one by one by the CIA - and they had no idea why, until one of their spies found the very reason that their people were being taken out. Fordham adopted the idea, and all of a sudden, teenagers that had awful home lives or were homeless - even in foster care homes - were being picked up, and their numbers out-weighed the adults that were part of Fordham.
Now, though, it's not only Fordham against the CIA. The CIA, once these teenagers hit age twenty, they're thrown out. Very rarely do they stay with the CIA until they're older - most of them are just thrown back into the world, barely any richer and scarred from all they've done - both mentally and physically. One of them got together with his best friend and founded a group - the ex-CIA. They go in and botch the CIA's missions, also botching Fordham missions, because they don't want anything they do to succeed - even though they're sort-of on the same side.
So, will Fordham take down the CIA? Will the ex-CIA take down the CIA and Fordham at the same time? Or will the CIA take them both down? And what about the things going on between the members? With love affairs, rivals, and everything else going on between these young people - how can anything be enacted by the higher ups? It's do or die out in the spy world, and you'll take it day by day. Keeping your identity secret is always important, but will the next thing you tell someone stay just a LITTLE WHITE LIE?