Her name was Norma Selner.
An African-American woman of 46 years of age, and often referred to as Madam Selner or Mrs Selner, the Hunter Bureau offered her a higher degree of protection than the President of the country.
Meaning, if both her and the President's lives were under threat, then the Hunter Bureau would prioritise in rescuing her first and then worry about the President later.
But, how could such a thing even be possible?
When the previous director of the Hunter Bureau retired from the office and handed over the responsibility to his successor, he described her with the following words.
- "Doesn't matter who becomes our next President, our position as the world's greatest Hunter nation on Earth will never change. But, if she's no longer with us, then America will start worrying about the Gates appearing in smaller cities around the remote regions of our country."
That's how it was.
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