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'''Michael Dees''' was a [[White Umbrella]] researcher working at the [[Arklay Laboratory]]. Dees was listed in an article given to S.T.A.R.S. officer [[Jill Valentine (Perry)|Jill Valentine]] by [[Trent]].<ref>Perry, ''[[Resident Evil: The Umbrella Conspiracy|Umbrella Conspiracy]]'', p.44.</ref>
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==Biography==
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Dees was the last person to contact White Umbrella from inside the facility complex, where he informed them that he had the components of a puzzle-lock placed around the mansion to prevent investigators from exposure from the more dangerous subjects (paranoid delusions leading to the creation of bizarre traps was a symptom of t-Virus). While Umbrella offered their assistance, they did not investigate for six weeks, and only then through Albert Wesker and his S.T.A.R.S. team.
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Latest revision as of 01:36, 14 April 2019

Perry universe
(Covers information from the S.D. Perry novels)


Michael Dees was a White Umbrella researcher working at the Arklay Laboratory. Dees was listed in an article given to S.T.A.R.S. officer Jill Valentine by Trent.[1]

Biography

Dees was the last person to contact White Umbrella from inside the facility complex, where he informed them that he had the components of a puzzle-lock placed around the mansion to prevent investigators from exposure from the more dangerous subjects (paranoid delusions leading to the creation of bizarre traps was a symptom of t-Virus). While Umbrella offered their assistance, they did not investigate for six weeks, and only then through Albert Wesker and his S.T.A.R.S. team.

Sources

  1. Perry, Umbrella Conspiracy, p.44.