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Jensen's comp

Adam Jensen's work computer.

In Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the protagonist Adam Jensen has two computers: one at work (described on this page) and one at home. The work computer is in Jensen's office on the third floor of the Sarif Industries HQ.

The computer contents depends on Jensen's actions during the game:

  • E-mail from Greg Thorpe appears if Jensen saved both Greg and and his wife Josie during the mission at the Sarif Manufacturing Plant.
  • E-mails from David Sarif appear if Jensen won the social battle with Sarif after returning from Highland Park. These are forwarded copies of e-mails Sarif received from the private investigator Brent Radford, whom he hired to run a background check on Jensen. More details can be found on Brent Radford's computer.
  • E-mails about office thefts appear the last time Jensen visits Sarif Industries Headquarters (after Detroit 2). The email appears whether or not Jensen entered or looted the offices in the building.

Login / PasswordEdit

The computer has a security level 3.

Login: ajensen
Password: mandrake

E-mailsEdit

Words aren't enoughEdit

From: Greg Thorpe
To: Adam Jensen

Mr. Jensen.

I meant what I said at the Sarif Manufacturing Plant today. You saved my life. In more ways than one. When those gunmen took my Josie away, I thought...

Well. You probably know what I thought. Please, let me repay you. Josie and I are back home safe in our apartment -- we live in a 3rd floor condo on Brooklyn Court. You can find the entrance behind the 2nd Street Gas Station. Stop by next time you're in the city and I'll have something for you.

Sincerely,
Greg Thorpe


FWD: Minor security concernEdit

From: Athene Margoulis
To: Adam Jensen

Adam, I really don't mean to bug you on this, but I think I've got another suspect in those neuropozyne thefts. I caught Denzel Mitchell going over my stack of Versalife purchase orders. He said he needed to verify the legal address for a contract David wanted him to look over -- but he'd have that address on a dozen correspondences already!

For a lawyer, you think he'd be able to come up with a better defense.

His door code is 1364, by the way.

-Athene

Previously, Athene Margoulis (amargoulis@SI.corp.det) wrote:

>Welcome back, Adam.
>
>First of all, it really is good to have you
>back. Things just haven't been the same
>since the attack and we're all hoping your
>return will restore some sense of equilibrium.
>That, and David really missed you.
>
>I know your top priority right now is going to
>be with him, but if you have a moment, there's
>something I'd like you to check into, as well.
>Someone's been stealing Neuropozyne.
>
>I first noticed it about three months ago -- we
>seemed to be reordering cases from Versalife
>far more often than usual. I had Frank run through
>the lab security tapes, and that's when he
>realized someone had tampered with them.
>Usually on nights when Will Rosellini was in
>charge. Frank wanted to search Will's office
>immediately, and even gave me the access
>code -- 3716 -- but I told him to wait. Last
>thing we need is to start falsely accusing people.
>
>When you get a chance, can you speak to Will?
>He's working in office 23.
>
>Athene
>Athene Margoulis
>Executive Assistant
>Sarif Industries


CONFIDENTIALEdit

From: David Darif
To: Adam Jensen

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TO: frenticpony@SI.corp.det
FROM: brent_radford@caps.det.usa
re: Parentity Test

I had a friend at the Geneview Labs run the test off the records like you asked. Does your subject know that neither of his parents are his birth parents? That surprised me. The mother was sterile according to those old medical records I dug up, but his dad carries no common phenotypes either.

See for yourself:

MOTHER:
Margie Jensen
08.05.72
Caucasian

FATHER:
Arthur Jensen
11.23.69
Caucasian

CHILD:
Adam Jensen
03.09.93(?)


Genetic Systems Tested/Parentage Index
D2S44/0
D4S163/0
D7S467/0
D10S28/0

Probability of Parentage: 0


CONFIDENTIALEdit

From: David Darif
To: Adam Jensen

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TO: frenticpony@SI.corp.det
FROM: brent_radford@caps.det.usa
RE: RE: Arthur Jensen

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TO: brent_radford@caps.det.usa
FROM: lucius_marco@khyber.mi.usa
RE: Arthur Jensen

Brent,
It wasn't easy, but I finally backtraced some of Margie and Arthur Jensen's past... through their medical files. Arthur Jensen had enough connections through his old Desert Storm buddies-turned-security consultants to have certain records pulled, which is why the family is a ghost. But he couldn't hide Margie's records.

For a period of 8 years, Arthur relied on the insurance policy of his then-employer, WHITE HELIX LABS, to pay for his wife's medication. She was on antidepressants since 14, and needed regular prescriptions. When White Helix Labs burned down, all its files and employment records were lost and the Jensens stayed invisible mostly.

Here's the thing.... one minute Adam doesn't exist, and the next the Jensen's have themselves a bouncing and healthy 5 year old. That's when they pull their vanishing act. So, on a hunch I sniffed around some more and sure enough, the Jensens had tried adopting kids from several Michigan agencies, but Margie was deemed unfit as a parent. Next thing you know, they have Adam; there's no real trail saying how he was placed in their hands.

Hope that helps.

Lucius


CONFIDENTIALEdit

From: David Darif
To: Adam Jensen

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TO: frenticpony@SI.corp.det
FROM: brent_radford@caps.det.usa
RE: Jensens' Psych Evaluation

Mr. Sarif,

I found Adam Jensen's psych evaluation following that SWAT incident with the augmented teen. I managed to sneak a look at the folder, but I couldn't copy it. At least, not yet. I'll be honest with you, the psych eval doesn't paint a pretty picture. It mentions the problems with authority figures, a disregard for the chain of command, anger management issues and potential PTSD.

Here's the thing: when you hired me, you said you wanted me to read between the lines? So here it is... the evaluation reads like fiction. I'm thinking a pissed off superior wanted Jensen off the force and had the evaluation worded to read like just cause. But most of the rank-and-file I spoke to respected and liked Jensen. They thought he was a real straight shooter even though the SWAT incident soured his reputation a little. Still, even my source liked him enough to want to keep his phych eval buried.

-Brent


Office securityEdit

From: Cal Lopez
To: Adam Jensen

Yo, Jensen,

Welcome back, man! Didn't think we'd see you up and around for a while yet!

Listen, could I ask you a favor? I'm not actually IN the offices these days -- Sarif's had me working over at the temp labs for about a week now. But I just called in for messages, and Cindy told me a few people's offices have been broken into. Man, that ain't right!

If you get a chance, could you take a peek into Room 30? I just want to make sure no one's been in there, messing with mu stuff. Thanks bud. Much appreciated.

Access code is 0250, by the way. Let me know how things look.

Cal


Office theftsEdit

From: Jerry Maher
To: Adam Jensen

Jensen,

As if riots weren't bad enough. I've been hearing all sort of rumors about stuff being stolen out of people's offices! What happened to the "family vibe" Mr. Sarif keeps saying exists in here?!

You ask me, Heather Stichner is behind it. She came up behind me as I was punching in my door code and I swear she WATCHED me do it. And '0123' is NOT that hard to remember. Said she was there to see if I wanted to "talk about these riots." Right.

You gotta check into her, man.

Jerry Maher
Sarif Industries
Office 20


Office Break-ins?Edit

From: Lyle Rogers
To: Adam Jensen

Jensen,
Is it true someone's been breaking into offices and stealing stuff? Because if it is, my job just got harder. You know Picus is trying to dig up as much dirt on us as they can, don't you? And if one disgruntled employee says the WRONG thing in the WRONG bar... I'm having a hard enough time keeping a lid on bad press as it is. Can't you get to the bottom of this? L

Lyle Rogers
Director, Public Relations and Media
Sarif Industries

P.S. I was kind of attached to "2121" but just to be safe, I think you and Pritchard should thing about updating door codes around here. Again.


RE: Minor Security ConcernEdit

From: Athene Magroulis
To: Adam Jensen

Good news and bad, Adam. Looks like the neuropozyne thefts may have stopped, but tonight Heather Stichner came to me in tears. Apparently because Jerry Maher accused her of being the "office bandit" in front of everybody. She's demanding that her "good name" be vindicated.

I know you've got far more important things to worry about right now, but could you possibly get one of your security guys to take a peek into Heather's office and search it? She says it's the only way to prove she's not stealing anything from anyone. Her office is #35, access code 3167. Thanks.

-A
Athene Margoulis
Executive Assistant
Sarif Industries


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