Case-Suzuki (formally known as Suzuki v. Military), 423 U.S. 175 (2064) is a court case in which Dr. Neil Suzuki was accused of a massacre involving ten important military figures during a routine resignation on March 3, 2064. Suzuki was proven innocent despite obvious motives.

Background InformationEdit

On March 3, 2064 at approximately 14:29 (2:30 pm UTC), gunshots were heard by subject Admiral James E. Karner . As Karner entered the scene, he noticed blood splattered all over the walls and broken glass. Upon further inspection, Karner noted that the only survivor was Dr. Neil Suzuki, who had been shot in the eye. The gunman had disappeared. To gather evidence, Karner collected the video recordings, but later found out that the recorder had been tampered with prior to the incident, resulting in no legitimate evidence.

Case-Suzuki reached the Military Justice on appeal on March 15, 2064. The Justices delayed taking action on the case as they had to look further into Suzuki's previous military and personal records. While they found striking evidence that Suzuki held extremist views, they could not gather any evidence that he actually committed the massacre. Suzuki was proven not guilty after a month long court battle between important military figures. Due to using many resources at a time of high need and the recently instated Law of 2060, Suzuki was required to pay a small fee towards the military to cover the lost time that could have been focused on the Great War. 

Case-Suzuki ReopenedEdit

For Admiral Karner, however, this verdict was not enough. Karner decided to pursue the case on his own accord. His segment, Segment FA-0129 , was formed. One year later, Karner hired various agents and professors to gather and analyze evidence. Case-Suzuki had been reopened officially on April 7, 2065.

Segment FA-0129 had new leads to a significant plot from Suzuki that could affect the nation. Their efforts went completely towards stopping Suzuki and his newly formed radical group, Conglomerate Suzuki (CS). They were not allowed to disclose their mission to anyone, otherwise they would induce panic in the public with the new threat of neo-terrorism.