Assignment Tracker 2.0/Christopher Coolidge

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This page is a recreation of Christopher Coolidge's Assignment Tracker 2.0 file. To view the original primatechpaper.com file, go to case number A015 or P013, and enter the password CChcg10kn.

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Assignment Tracker 2.0
Primatech
Private Access
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Chris
155 lbs
M
Brown
American
Fair
Thin
Caucasian
February 23, 1939
Worcester, MA
5' 10.5
New York, NY
Musician
None
Cerebral, Biological
Visualizes sound waves as light, manipulates by infusing with emotion. Such sound waves impact emotions and actions of all animal and some plant forms in scalable vicinity.
Christopher Coolidge
EMPATHIC MANIPULATION
N/A
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Born and raised in Missoula, Montana, Coolidge exhibited a preternatural musical talent by age 3. Both parents were employed as music teachers, thus the home/school environment enabled "innate" talent to flourish. No evidence that either parent possessed an evolved ability, nor is there any indication of specific date of ability manifestation.

Coolidge immigrated to New York City in the first week of January, 1963. Two impromptu performances of original, politically charged folk music in Central Park drew crowds numbering in the thousands, and sparked a meteoric, albeit brief career. Although Coolidge was largely unknown outside of New York City, he quickly became a galvanizing local fixture, inciting frequent public actions and events. Listed as Person of Interest by NYPD on February 14, 1963. See File Addendum P013-PD for NYPD rap sheet and surveillance file.

By early May of 1963, Coolidge was performing most nights in the coffee houses and performance venues of Greenwich Village to capacity crowds. Fanbase was considered to be particularly zealous; despite fierce debate as to the actual quality of Coolidge's music, fans claimed that his music affected and inspired like no other.

On July 12, 1963, Coolidge took the stage of Uncle Ira's Counter & Culture for a sold-out show. Also in attendance were A. Petrelli, C. Deveaux, R. Bishop, D. Linderman and then unknown K. Nakamura, in New York to "escape his destiny." [See Event File No. 11] At approximately 21:04, 15 NYPD officers enter the club to begin crowd dispersion, citing overcapacity. Utilizing his ability, Coolidge elevates the altercation to full riot status, in what newspapers will dub "The St. Mark's Coffeehouse Riots." Four casualties, 23 seriously injured, $1.2 million in property damage. After realizing the gravity of the event, Coolidge attempts to abort the riot at approximately 22:31, utilizing a harmonica to calm the crowd. Despite Nakamura's attempt to intervene, Coolidge is felled by an NYPD bullet to the skull.

NOTE: Chris Coolidge is the maternal uncle of extant siren Emma Coolidge [see file for cross ref]. Emma's nephew Christopher, now deceased is his namesake.

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Posthumous diagnosis, Borderline Histrionic personality disorder (BHPD). From an early age, subject exhibits excessive need for approval characterized by attention-seeking behavior and inappropriate seductiveness. Associated behaviors include egocentrism, self-indulgence, sexual promiscuity, exaggerated emotions. Coolidge develops few intimate relationships in adult life, opting primarily for multiple daily sexual assignations per his "free love" credo, without regard to gender. Primary intimate relationship appears to have been with his sister, a doctor, and the mother of Emma Coolidge. It's clear that as Coolidge's popularity as a performer grew, his ability amplified increasingly. The zeitgeist of the era's disenfranchised youth provided ideal fertile ground for the empathic transmission of Coolidge's largely anarchic political agenda [root cause and ultimate purpose as yet undetermined].