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Richard Hauser

Real Name: Richard Hauser
Alias: no alias
Affiliation: Inborn Containment Institute
Allies/Friends: ICI staff
Enemies: most ICI 'guests'
Occupation: Director of the Inborn Containment Institute
Height: 6"1 Weight: 212 lbs.
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Likes: order, calm, discipline, chalky blue stomach remedies
Dislikes: disobedience, incompetence, suits.
First appearance: Nutroll: the Illness

Artwork Gallery: here

Formerly a police officer and later the original head of security of the Inborn Containment Institute, his strategies were instrumental in putting a stop to the numerous riots. He has risen in the ranks to become the appointed director of the United States system of super powered holding centers. He is known as being tough on the staff as much as he was to the guards that he originally commanded.

Hauser was outside the United States when the strange video aired on the National News Channel. He was blind sided by international journalists who questioned if whether or not the I.C.I. mentioned in the video was in reference to his own institute. He later learns of an incident at the center that does not make it into the news at all.
Abilities and Skills:
Years of experience have turned Hauser is considered to be a very effective leader.
Gear, Equipment, etc.:
Hauser is always armed whenever he visits he's at work. Exactly what he's armed with has yet to be seen.
Comics featuring Richard Hauser:
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Hauser's position is a combination of both the Director and Asst. Director roles in the regular Corrections hierarchy. There are three 'centers' in the U.S. that deal with super powered individuals. The Asst. Director of the state that each center is in serves more as an advisor and has very little say in matters (in serious contrast to their role in the regular Corrections chain of command). This was a political tactic to fend off states rights advocates that are also proponents of extreme law and order policies. Yeah, I think about this stuff far too much.