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Media ID#: M-J092

Foreword: Transcript of the silent video recording of the experiment trials contacted upon RPC-052 with the co-operation of the United States Army. Director of the experiments was Dr. Ulysses ████. Co-Director of the experiments on part of the United States Army was Cpl. ██████. Primary objective of the experiments was to identify more about the anomalous properties of RPC-052 due to its aggressive reaction to the Authority staff of Japanese origin. All testing took place at the External Testing Site of Site-278.

<Begin Video>

00:00 - Beginning of recording, a card with "Experiment #001: American Civilian" written on it appears.

00:05 - RPC-052 is shown with CSD-0982 in civilian clothes standing in front of it.

01:05 - After a minute of footage showing RPC-052 and CSD-0982 with no activity by PRC-052, the footage cuts to a card with "Experiment #001: Civilian - Results: No Signs of Activity" written on it.

01:10 - A card with "Experiment #002: American Soldier" written on it appears.

01:15 - RPC-052 is shown with CSD-0982 in the US Infantry Uniform standing in front of it.

02:15 - After a minute of footage showing RPC-052 and CSD-0982 with no activity by PRC-052, the footage cuts to a card with "Experiment #002: American Soldier - Results: No Signs of Activity" written on it.

02:20 - A card with "Experiment #003: American Soldier - Philippine Campaign Equipment " written on it appears.

02:25 - RPC-052 is shown with CSD-0982 in the US Uniform worn during the Philippine Campaign standing in front of it.

02:27 - RPC-052 begins to move towards CSD-0982 at a slow pace. CSD-0982 moves five meters away from RPC-052. RPC-052 continues moving towards CSD-0982 until it reaches CSD-0982 where it stops as soon as it comes in contact with CSD-0982. No other form of activity was recorded.

06:49 - A card with "Experiment #003: American Soldier - Philippine Campaign Equipment - Results: Movement, Friendly Behaviour" written on it appears.

06:55 - A card with "Experiment #004: War Veteran" written on it appears.

07:00 - RPC-052 is shown with Pvt. ██████████, a veteran of the Philippine Campaign. Miniscule turret movement is noticed but its accredited to condition of RPC-052.

09:01 - A card with "Experiment #004: War Veteran - Results: No Activity" written on it appears.

09:06 - A card with "Experiment #005: Japanese Civilian" written on it appears.

09:11 - RPC-052 is shown with CSD-0821 who is of Japanese origin. The .30 machine gun of RPC-052 fires a single round upon CSD-0821, shooting them in the head before the footage is cut off.

09:56 - A card with "Experiment #005: Japanese Civilian - Results: Lethal Aggression" written on it appears.

10:01 - A card with "Experiment #006: Japanese Civilian/Disarmed Armament" written on it appears.

10:06 - RPC-052 is shown with CSD-0709 who is of Japanese origin. After failing to open fire due to the removal of ammunition from it, RPC-052 begins to move towards CSD-0709 at high speed, attempting to ram him. CSD-0709 is chased by RPC-052 for 4 minutes and 32 seconds before he is removed from the testing site.

15:00 - A card with "Experiment #006: Japanese Civilian/Disarmed Armament - Results: Extreme Aggression" written on it appears.

15:05 - A card with "Experiment #007: Japanese Imperial Soldier" written on it appears.

15:10 - RPC-052 is shown with CSD-0709 who is of Japanese origin and wearing the uniform of the Imperial Japanese Marine Corp. RPC-052 follows the exact same tactic of attempting to ram CSD-0709 until he is removed from the test site.

15:50 - A card with "Experiment #007: Japanese Imperial Soldier - Results: Extreme Aggression" written on it appears.

15:55 -A card with "Experiment #008: American-Japanese Civilian" written on it appears.

16:00 - RPC-052 is shown with CSD-1632 who is of American and Japanese origin. After one minute of no activity the footage cuts to a card with "Experiment #008: American-Japanese Civilian - Results: No signs of Activity" written on it.

17:10 - End of Recording.
<End Video>

Addendum: Further experiments without the observation of the United States Army gave similar results, with RPC-052 being responsive to only to individuals wearing the uniform used by the US Army during the Philippine Campaign and individuals of Japanese origin.

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