news; march household/the facility
[As suspected, it was only a matter of time. A concerned (re: freaked out) citizen brings the contents of a public post on the forums to the attention of the police, who refer her complaint to the Facility. Later that afternoon, Adrian March leaves his house with a group of four men and women in plainclothes, gets into a van with a bag of personal belongings, and drives away. He does not return.]
Designation: March, Adrian Known Aliases: ‘Sue’ (mononymous) Age: 30 Sex: Male Pre-existing Conditions: Subject has been diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder, for which they have received intermittent treatment from April. 2018. Known personality states consist of ‘Adrian’ and ‘Sue.’ Existence of third personality state suggested by clinical research on this disorder, but is unconfirmed and as yet unproven in this subject. Additional diagnoses: dissociative fugues, dissociative amnesia, persistent depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, intermittent depersonalization-derealization disorder, nicotine addiction. Additional Notes: Subject is a former employee known to members of staff. Suggest alternating known staff members with unknown staff members to the subject. Potential benefits - greater feeling of familiarity and safety, reducing event risk. Potential detriments - feelings of shame and/or guilt when confronted with known staff members while in containment.
Temporary Containment Protocols: Standard cell (walls 1m thick min.) with standard surveillance network and hermetically sealed door. Airlocked cell recommended if available. Portable auto-injector unit to be placed with clear line of sight to all portions of room, backup to subcutaneous injection device.
Amenities: Monitored internet connection and internet-enabled device to be provided. Subject has previously insisted on blocking pseudo-sunlight device, which is permissible.
Permanent Containment Protocols: Installation of embedded auto-injectors throughout cell fitting description above, to provide multiple potential angles for injection dart in case of an event. Installation of full facade concealing standard Facility wall structure, floors, and doorway to reduce psychological stress on subject. Proposed additional measures:
Adapted ventilation system
Nanotube barrier - Requires testing.
Liquid barrier - Requires testing.
Appropriate equipment to continue self-testing and research, pending good behavior - under consideration.
Standard Treatment Protocols:
30 mg. Daily of generic antidepressant.
Psychiatric treatment, three 1-hour sessions weekly.
Anti-psychotic substances: Proved ineffective in subject’s self-testing, results confirmed on additional testing.
Psychedelic agents: Forbidden under any testing protocols due to high likelihood of adverse effects, potential to trigger an event.
Post-Event Treatment Protocols: Full sedation, hereafter called ‘baseline,’ to be reduced gradually over a 1-2 week period. Any closely occurring additional event, hereafter called an ‘aftershock,’ to trigger raising sedation levels to baseline, and beginning gradual reduction again from baseline.
Note: Physical restraints not recommended, as restraints are ineffective at preventing, and increase risk of, triggering aftershocks.
In case of emergency, baseline sedation may be maintained for up to 1 month while containment team reviews additional measures.
Suggested Additional Measures:
Testing of amnestic agents on subject.
Testing of cognitive/psychic abilities on subject.