WE2CA Cyborg from Young Nation Industries specializing in law enforcement machines. Created by Rogue Saint.
WE2CA basic info:
After their huge success with C5FM, Young Nation Industries worked to develop another set of law-enforcement officers. This time, the company focused on speed, agility, and jumping and flying ability. The end product, which uses the chemically enhanced brains of terminally ill or imminently dying females, was branded as WE2CA.
WE2CA has a maximum run speed of 40mph, sustainable even at long distances (over 200 miles). It can easily make 70-foot-long jumps and hoover in the air for 15-20 minutes. WE2CA comes with extraordinary martial arts abilities, as the product was initially developed to disarm suspects without weapons. Later, though, a deadly laser-firing program was added.
Using a similar built-in targeting system to C5FM’s, WE2CA fires destructive electromagnetic rays through its eyes and laser firing pads on its palms. The product is also programmed to use human produced weapons at sharp-shooter level, in case of a theoretical laser-system malfunction.
Maximum brute strength caps at 15 Hp, more than enough to erase human life with a single punch. WE2CA comes guaranteed to run 24/7 for a total of 165,000 operating hours (almost 19 years.)
The first look at WE2CA draws attention to a mechanical seal across its lips that goes up into nostrils. The seal is tied to explosives on both sides. This interesting detail, along with a few known controversial deployments of this cyborg, raises many conspiracy theories. It has also given this product the nicknames “Silent Warrior” and “Tortured Warrior.”
"If you ask me," explains sociologist Robert Gannon, "it is obvious that this product has a termination policy in case the human brain inside the machine somehow rebels and wants to speak about its engagement. We know just a fraction of what they use this product for, which indicates that they might use it for something normal humans would never be willing to do. Not to mention the common-sense question of how such a thing, without the ability to speak, command, or inform suspects of its intentions, can be called a law-enforcement product. I don't think the brains used to create WE2CA are simply silenced—I think they're tortured."
Young Nation Industries, the company behind WE2CA, has downplayed any controversy. "We at YNI understand that this little detail draws a lot of attention and suspicion. The truth is, the only reason for the mouth seal is to protect our company’s intellectual property residing inside WE2CA from being hacked or pulled away from the product itself."
Mutiny at Larson-Telton:
Very few engagements of WE2CA have ever reached the broad public. The most famous one happened on December 22nd, 2424, at the Larson-Telton private prison, a floating complex in Jupiter’s orbit space. Larson-Telton, the largest prison complex in our galaxy, which guards over 135,000 prisoners from Earth, Mars, and multiple human outposts, has been marred with rumors of violence and even the torture of prisoners.
According to the company's records, a large group of prisoners, about five thousand, attacked the human guards at Sector C5 at 5:56 a.m. The mutineers advanced toward the warden's offices, taking guards as prisoners. The prison responded by sending a contingent of C5FM cyborgs, which engaged the prisoners, stopped their advancement, and eventually quenched the mutiny at 7:34 p.m. the next day. Larson-Telton listed nine human guards killed and 27 injured, as well as 146 prisoners killed and 678 injured.
The company refused an independent investigation, angering some lawmakers on Earth, who called this account of events "sugarcoated." After heavy public and political pressure in later months, Larson-Telton allowed a limited investigation from Earth that revealed new, previously unpublished details.
"It wasn't only Bully [C5FM Cyborg]," recounted one of the surviving prisoners. "We can talk to Bully. It's difficult, but we can. There were these slick, fast, women-robot machines. We couldn't talk to them. We had no chance. They stopped only when they had drowned us in rivers of blood."
Another prisoner added, "One of these female robots actually made an effort to communicate with Fred [the rebel leader], but as soon as it touched this bar across its mouth, its body blew to pieces."
In the wake of the independent investigation, Young Nation Industries admitted the presence of WE2CA at Larson-Telton that day and the loss of one unit. The company, however, dismissed the notion that one of its robots self-destructed because it simply wanted to communicate.
"Rubbish," said CEO Young. "The unit was unfortunately lost in combat against the rebels. It didn’t self-destruct because it wanted to talk. We don't restrict the freedom to speak." Asked to explain why WE2CA is by default prevented from communicating, Young angrily answered, "I have nothing else to add."
Young Nation Industries refused to reveal video from the destroyed unit, citing company policy. The independent investigation revealed that 987 prisoners had been killed and 1,678 injured.
WE2CA info card:
Model Name: WE2CA
Nickname: Silent Warrior, Tortured Warrior
Model Type: Law Enforcement Cyborg (LEC)
Height: 6'1 (185Cm)
Weight: 195Lb (88Kg)
Max Power: 15Hp (11kW)
Max Speed: 40Mph (64Kph)
Hoover Time: 15-20 minutes
Uptime: 24/7 (guaranteed 165 000 operating hours)
Year of production: 2423
Units produced: 3000
Manufactured by: Young Nation Industries
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