Created by the CIA for use in their 1973 Tokyo Intervention, Trimethylxanthine is dispersed in pill form for easy storage, transport and use – it is an antidote to some very nasty, very lab-created virus strains.

Except, of course, that it isn’t real. It was made up by Leverage Consulting as part of a con run on fear-mongering television reporter Monica Hunter, to discredit her and help all those she had wrongly victimised restore their reputations.

Unless… document redacted.

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