FBI Special Agent George Randolf
Orphaned early in life, (he has never been told the cause of this) George was in and out of foster homes and/or orphanages his entire childhood. Having always felt slighted by life he drifted towards law enforcement as a way to gain some perceived control of others and there by his environment. It also was probably a vague thought that if he advanced far enough he could eventually find out what the cause of his parents death was. Having no real family or friends that he was allowed to bond with, his first real “family” has come in the form of his close knit group of co-workers. The life and death nature their job sometimes imposes forces a group sociology close to what George thinks a family might have felt like. Overall, Georges primary motivators are to not ever feel out of control again, never be taken advantage of, be protective of those he now considers family, and for those he deems predators of the weak, he seeks to give them as much of “what they deserve” as he his capable of.