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Surveillance report
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Sun received a surveillance report while staying in a penthouse suite of a Los Angeles hotel in late 2007. The surveillance report included photographs of Benjamin Linus and Jack Shephard together. ("The Little Prince")

The surveillance report was delivered by courier in a large envelope that also included a gun concealed in a box of chocolates.

The sender of the surveillance report is not definitively known, but earlier Sun entered in league with Charles Widmore in a plot to kill Benjamin Linus. ("Because You Left")

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The surveillance report is partly legible. The report is an altered version of a report from a Lost-unrelated online game; it is therefore doubtful that the Lee Chin or Melissa mentioned in the text will figure prominently in future episodes, unless they are aliases for other characters. The text that can be made out on the screen is somewhat different than the report online. For example, it mentions a surveillance period of "seven days from Tuesday through Thursday", and not "2004".

.SUBJECT: A.B.C.
.CONTACT Castillo 555-xxxx, Gomez 555-xxxx
.CASE NUMBER: SMITH###326

.Investigation Findings
.####################### No Social Security **********

.Activity report

.#######################

Subject: A

Followed the subject for seven days from Tuesday through Thursday.

.######### ##############

Except for one trip to the mailbox, subject never left on 35 sundigue Drive
.####################### painted green and yelling. three times, when
.################### when subject had not passed a visible window for thirty minutes, subject an-
.###################### that Lee Chin does not live there.

(rest illegible)

(page 2)

Except for one trip to the mailbox, suspect never left ######################
again that day. When subject had not passed a visible window #############
-utes. Subject answered the telephone and replied that Lee Chin was in the
shower and would return my call in fifteen minutes. I gave ############ my
number I keep for such occasions but no message was left.

The last light was extinguished at 11:35 P.M.

Wednesday Morning

Except for three trips to the mailbox, subject never left 183 Pinecrest
Drive. When subject had not passed a visible window for thirty minutes,
subject answered the telephone and replied that Lee Chin was dead, a
victim of suicide.

The last light was extinguished at 12:18 AM.

Wednesday Afternoon

Except for seven trips to the mailbox, subject never left 183 Pinecrest
Drive. When subject had not passed a visible window for thirty minutes,
subject answered the telephone. Claimed I was Melissa f***ing with her,
and demanded to know when I mailed her the prints.

The last light was extinguished at 2:30 AM.

Wednesday Evening

Subject came out of the house at 8:15 AM. Set up a camping chair next
to the mailbox. And proceeded to pace the front yard until the mail truck
arrived at 12:32 P.M. Subject grabbed mail from letter carrier and ran
into the house. Photographs are presented in Attachment A. Attachment A is
not remarkable to the pending legal clearance.

Subject left home in yellow Volkswagen Beetle at 1:05 P.M. and drove
directly to the health club. She stayed inside for fifty minutes. Subject
drove directly home, arriving at 2:40 P.M.

.################### in yellow Volkswagen Beetle at 3:10 P.M. and drove
.############################## University Avenue. Arriving at 3:18
.######################## inside for thirty minutes. I entered the store and

(page 3)

was unable to locate subject. ################ that subject car was
still parked in front. Asked the clerk behind the counter if my sister was
seen in today, describing the subject. Clerk sais she had and that she
.###### three cans of spray paint, one box of roller gloves, and one ####
.######, paying in cash, before leaving by the rear door. Clerk didn't
remember colors of paint purchased. I checked the aigle and discovered
fully stocked ####### with empty spaces in the #### containing the colors
black, green, and red although i cannot positively confirm that the cans
were stocked as indicated. I asked the store clerk if the register cap-
tured the part number of items purchased but he sais he hadn't scanned the
cans of spray paint since he knew the price. I left the ##### by the rear
door and checked the area by foot, bu was unable to locate subject.

.#### [...] ####

Locke's surveillance reports

Surveillance report
Locke's surveillance reports on the Oceanic Six, seen at Lost: The Auction.

In assisting Locke with bringing the Oceanic Six back to the Island, Charles Widmore handed him a black leather portfolio surveillance with reports and photos of the Oceanic Six and Walt, which would help with his goal. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham") Seen at Lost: The Auction, on closer inspection these reports are a variation on above text, mentioning Lee Chin again.

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