Stuart St. John's computer is an in-game computer in Deus Ex: The Fall. It belongs to Stuart St. John, a World Health Organization inspector who is investigating clinical trials of the Riezene drug. The computer can be found in Hotel Etana's penthouse, where St. John is staying during his visit to Panama City. It has a security rating of 1, and contains just one e-mail.

re: my reportEdit

From: Phil Parker, WHO
To: Stuart St John


We are well aware of your (numerous) reports, thank you. There is no effort on the part of the World Health Organization - or anyone else for that matter - to bury it or hide anything. We have a number of inspectors that are doing your job in parallel and, once we've compiled all of the reports, we will determine the proper way to handle this situation.

We're all on the same side here.


Phil Parker
World Health Organization

Stuart St. John (ET.00022.75460) wrote:


>It's been over two weeks since I sent your office my reports regarding the Riezene trials and the side effects that, to me, seem pretty pervasive.
>I've continied my work, unabated, with the same results: patients involved in the clinical trial are experiencing a variety of adverse reactions to the drug.

>I'm concerned primarily with the apparent disregard from your office. Should I be concerned that no one has reviewed my reports? Should I be worried
>that I seem to be one of the few inspectors who is taking this seriously?


>Stuart St. John
>Inspector, WHO


The computer's hacking grid is shaped after the Deus Ex logo, similar to the hacking grid of the Hyron Project security panel during last boss battle in Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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