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"They executed a hostage. We move."
Dutch, regarding the hostage (from Predator)
Hostage
Hostage executed by the Russian
Biographical information
Place of birth

Earth

Nationality

Flag of United States American

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Hair color

Brown

Affiliation

CIA

Status

Deceased as of 1987[1]

Portrayed by

Steve Boyum

  [Source]

The "hostage executed by the Russian" was a CIA agent operating in South America, covertly combating the communist rebel movement in the Republic of Val Verde.

BiographyEdit

"Found the other hostage. He's dead too. But if these guys are Central Americans then I'm a God damn Chinaman. From the looks of things our 'cabinet minister' was CIA."
Mac to Dutch, after discovering the agent's true identity (from Predator)

The agent was part of the CIA's operation to crush communist guerrillas leading a revolution against Val Verde's American-backed government, operating under Al Dillon. While reconnoitring rebel positions with another agent, guerrillas shot down the helicopter they were flying in and captured them, taking them to their main base of operations in the jungle. At the camp, they were tortured and interrogated by a Soviet military advisor, there to assist the rebels in planning their offensives. The agent was eventually executed, presumably after failing to give up any useful information; in a sad twist of irony, the man's death was witnessed by Dutch, who had just arrived at the camp intending to rescue him and his comrades.

TriviaEdit

  • The character is never named in the film or its novelization.

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Jim Thomas, John Thomas (writers), John McTiernan (director). Predator (1987), 20th Century Fox [DVD].

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