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Hacker Soy was a patient in the Mental Asylum.

Patient File[edit | edit source]

Asylum Patient
Patient Hacker Soy.png
ID: 1913
Name: Hacker Soy
Threat level: Physically low, but may be able to cause damage to computer infrastructure
Filed: 2020-11-25
By: Dr. Soykowski

Soy Patient File: Patient 1913

Accessing this file without clearance is a federal offence punishable by up to 40 years in prison. Only hospital workers or military officials ranking [LIEUTENANT-COLONEL (O-5)] may view this file, except when granted clearance beforehand. This message has been automatically generated. No further warning will be issued, and continued access without clearance can and will result in imprisonment.

Nickname: Hacker Soy
Threat Level: Physically low, but may be able to cause damage to computer infrastructure

Description: Patient 1913 is a white male, aged 28. He has been taken into the asylum due to an arrest for attempting to hack into United States computer infrastructure. The reason that he is here at the asylum is that, after recovery of his computer, he has been known to browse websites such as soyjak.party and the /qa/ board of 4channel. These would point to some sort of mental illness, which is also evidenced by his posting history on said websites. He doesn't seem to interact normally with anyone, even online. Not much is known about his hacking history, as most of it is classified. We do know that he has hacked the company known as Soylent in order to ship product to his address for free. Other than that, it is unknown what he has done or what his intentions were or may be.

Interacting with this patient: Patient 1913 is nonviolent. He has issues interacting with other people, and often repeats what other people say to him, seemingly in a demeaning tone. His physical capabilities are unknown, but assumed to be low. This patient has not shown any signs of being violent.

REPORT SIGNED: Dr. Soykowski, M.D., Psy.D[1]

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