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FBI Description

FBI Files: A true enigma. We have no intel on this guy, and his habit of communicating through an 80’s model dictaphone means we don’t even have a voice. All we really know is that he is dangerously psychotic - a sociopath. His Profile is to get close and cause as much traumatic damage as possible with high damage melee weapons.

It is possible that “Jacket” is related to a series of slaughters that took place in Miami, Florida, where authorities are still looking for a masked psychopath communicating through a tape recorder.

""The following presentation has been approved for mature audiences only.""
—Jacket upon masking up.

Jacket is a violent criminal originating from Miami. This is the ninth character made available to the community in PAYDAY 2.

He was released alongside Hotline Miami 2 on March 10, 2015 for the PC edition of the game, along with his signature weapons, the Jacket's Piece and Carpenter's Delight.

Background[]

Description[]

Although Jacket is the last one to brag – he doesn’t speak at all – his achievements in the criminal underworld are widely known. Allegedly, he once wiped out the entire Russian mafia in Miami all on his own. His background in the military and his unflinching attitude towards over-the-top violence has made him an excellent hitman – or “messenger” as some like to call it. For unknown reasons he remains completely mute and chooses to communicate only with the help of a tape recorder – playing back bits and pieces of language learning tapes, PAs and documentary narrations instead of speaking.

Trivia[]

  • Jacket is the only playable guest heister to originate from a video game.
  • As noted in the original Hotline Miami, "Richard" could be Jacket's real first name, as the 50 Blessings organization names the animal masks in the game after their respective owners.
    • Jacket's mask in PAYDAY 2-related contents differs significantly from its home game counterpart, the rooster head being much larger and more rounded, while the cockscomb and wattle are smaller and much shorter in length. It is also a simple rubber shell laid over the gang's usual ballistic masks instead of a fully-feathered one used in the source material.
  • While Jacket is canon, Jacket's canonicity had been previously debated. With the release of the FBI Files, however, Jacket has been heavily implied to be a canon part of the PAYDAY universe. While the files state that he might have been the very same person, it is also loosely suggested that the PAYDAY 2 Jacket is a separate individual inspired by the character's MO. Because of the large number of unknowns at hand, his relationship to the Hotline Miami Jacket remains uncertain. Dennis Wedin of Dennaton Games left the relationship between the two up in the air when asked about it.[1]
    • If the former case is canon, his involvement in the 1985 Hawaiian conflict during Hotline Miami 2 implies that Jacket could be anywhere from 46 to 67 years of age by the time PAYDAY 2 took place, dependent upon his age of enlistment. However, in his character description, his age group is marked simply as "unknown".
      • Although, this is contrary to the fact that not only are San Francisco, Hawaii, and Miami all not nuclear wastelands, that the cold war didn't escalate into the Soviet-American war, nor was there any Russo-American Coalition in the Payday universe.
      • Jacket's age can be narrowed down further if the description of the Vicious outfit's Rockaway Beach variant is canon as it explains that he was a Roadie in 1983 in exchange for alcohol and drugs, heavily implying Jacket be around, if not exactly drinking age (21) at that time, making him likely tie Jiro for the second oldest member of the Payday gang.
    • It has been officially confirmed that Jacket and the other crossover characters are canon. [2]
    • He may just be a fan of the game Hotline Miami that is in his room.
  • As Dennaton Games have yet to reveal Jacket's true face, his appearance as depicted in PAYDAY 2 is likely not canon to Hotline Miami.
  • Jacket is the first character in the PAYDAY series that doesn't have a known actor, though there have been debates among both the Hotline Miami and PAYDAY playerbases about his resemblance to Jonatan Söderström, founder of Dennaton Games and creator of Jacket's videogame series.
  • Jacket is the first heister in the game to forgo a suit entirely, the second being Bodhi, instead wearing his signature varsity letterman jacket and jeans.
  • Jacket's first appearance in the PAYDAY universe was in the teaser trailer for Hotline Miami, appearing with a baseball bat near the end of the video, presumably there to finish off the Russian mobster Wolf was interrogating.
    • During the lead up to Jacket's introduction, he walks down a hallway off-camera and taps his baseball bat on the ground similar to a scene in the movie Inglorious Basterds.
  • Jacket is the first heister who doesn't speak, but rather communicates through "an 80s model dictaphone". He does audibly pant after running low on stamina, however.
    • Jacket uses a tape recorder which plays all manner of phrases taken out of their intended context, most often language tapes, physical fitness tutorials, fun facts, airplane PAs, and automated voicemail systems. He plays back "Arms outstretched" instead of telling cops to put their hands up when dominating them, and sometimes refers to other heisters with related words instead of their names (or their names in different languages), such as calling Dallas "Texas" or referring to Wolf as "canine predator" or "Herr Wolf" ("Mister wolf" in German).
      • This aspect of Jacket's voice lines being cobbled together from whatever tapes Jacket can find contrasts rather sharply with some of his other lines, e.g. "Please apply cable ties to the civilians" or the First World Bank speech.
    • Jacket is, technically speaking, the first character to be "voiced" by more than one voice actor, his tape being voiced by a total of four. This is mostly due to the tape having multiple languages.
    • It is unknown how he activates the tape recorder while both hands are visible or he's carrying a two-handed weapon. This is probably for gameplay reasons.
    • Given the amount of quotes Jacket can speak, the tape is likely very, very long. The game attempts to recreate the rewind\fast-forward effect of a tape, but it is unrealistic due to the speed of the tape getting rewound\fast-forwarded. It is possible that the tape player, and the tape, were specifically modified to do exactly this, however.
      • Alternatively, he may swap between cassette tapes in different situations, e.g. different tapes for stealth, loud, or being in the safehouse, to simplify the process which could explain the surplus of tapes on the floor of his room in the Safe House.
    • The tape has lines in Spanish, German, French, and Italian; see /Quotes.
      • He may also have tapes which teach Russian, as he sometimes refers to Sokol as "falcon" (the Russian word "sokol" literally means "falcon"), but he uses audio from them rarely if at all. This is likely to reduce spending on voice actors.
    • Though the tape recorder is rather loud, the audio will not alert security guards and civilians during stealth nor will it bring suspicion in casing mode. The reason is most likely for gameplay reasons.
    • Jacket's cassette player may be a Walkman as they were popular during the 80s.
    • Although the English voice on Jacket's tape recorder never curses, lines which use other languages swear frequently; one line used when a Taser is killed simply states "Ci vediamo all'inferno
Sours: https://payday.fandom.com/wiki/Jacket

Hypertension frequently coexists with other cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypercholesterolemia, and their combination is associated with a greater rate of cardiovascular events. Recent clinical data support that treatment of... more

Hypertension frequently coexists with other cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypercholesterolemia, and their combination is associated with a greater rate of cardiovascular events. Recent clinical data support that treatment of hypertensive patients with a combination of antihypertensive and lipid-lowering therapies leads to a higher reduction in the incidence of cardiovascular events. In the Anglo-Scandinavian Cardiac Outcomes Trial-Blood Pressure Lowering Arm (ASCOT-BPLA), an optimal prevention of cardiovascular events was reached in patients who were randomly assigned to atorvastatin and the amlodipine treatment. However, the potential underlying mechanisms of these vascular protective effects are not fully elucidated. Because experimental studies have shown that statins and calcium channel blockers have antiatherosclerotic effects, the effect of atorvastatin alone or in combination with amlodipine was analyzed in the protein secretion profile of atherosclerotic plaques that were cultured ex vivo. In this respect, the addition of atorvastatin and amlodipine to atheroscle-rotic plaques normalized the levels of the different released proteins to that obtained from healthy arteries. This review highlights recent clinical and experimental studies that support that a combined treatment of hypertensive patients with both statins and calcium channel blockers could promote a higher reduction in their global cardiovascular risk profile and associated mortality. As an example, the application of a proteomic approach to assess the modulation by atorvastatin alone or in combination with amlodipine on the proteins that are released by atherosclerotic plaques has allowed the identification of novel therapeutic targets by which these drugs could promote their additive/synergic effects. N ephrologists traditionally have been involved in the care of patients with hypertension, because this disorder is both cause and consequence of kidney disease. However, hypertension frequently coexists with other cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypercholesterolemia, and their combination is associated with a greater rate of cardiovas-cular events (1). Clinical and experimental studies that were performed in the past few years suggested that when treating hypertensive patients, all of these factors should be considered to achieve a higher reduction in cardiovascular morbidity and mortality on these patients. A large number of clinical trials have demonstrated that treatment of either hypercholesterolemia or hypertension leads to a reduction in the incidence of cardiovascular events. Moreover , subgroup analyses that were performed in the Heart Outcomes Prevention Evaluation (HOPE) study showed the benefits of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors in patients who received concomitant statin therapy (2). Similarly, in the Heart Protection Study (HPS), simvastatin diminished car-diovascular events in patients who used angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors (3). The Anglo-Scandinavian Cardiac Outcomes Trial (ASCOT) studies have shed new light on this matter. The ASCOT Blood Pressure Lowering Arm (ASCOT-BPLA) analyzed 19,257 patients who had hypertension and at least three other cardiovas-cular risk factors and were randomly assigned to therapy with the calcium channel blocker amlodipine, adding perindopril when necessary, or to a ␤ blocker, atenolol, using bendroflu-methiazide as a second drug (4). By the end of the trial, 78% of patients were taking the second antihypertensive drug, and the amlodipine/perindopril regimen was superior to atenolol atenolol/bendroflumethiazide in reducing all-cause mortality, stroke, total cardiovascular events, and new-onset diabetes. When several variables of the ASCOT-BPLA were analyzed, BP reduction was not the only contributor to the amlodipine/ perindopril reduction in cardiovascular events (5). It is interesting that although BP was the most important variable associated with the incidence of stroke, differences in HDL cholesterol were more important for coronary events. Furthermore , full adjustment for these variables as well as for body weight, glucose, triglycerides, creatinine, and potassium serum levels explained only 50 and 40% of the differences in coronary and stroke events, respectively, leaving the remaining percent

Doi: 10.1681/ASN.2006080913
Publication Date: 2007
Publication Name: Journal of the American Society of Nephrology

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FBI Description

FBI Files: A true enigma. We have no intel on this guy, and his habit of communicating through an 80’s model dictaphone means we don’t even have a voice. All we really know is that he is dangerously psychotic - a sociopath. His Profile is to get close and cause as much traumatic damage as possible with high damage melee weapons.

It is possible that “Jacket” is related to a series of slaughters that took place in Miami, Florida, where authorities are still looking for a masked psychopath communicating through a tape recorder.

""The following presentation has been approved for mature audiences only.""
&#;Jacket upon masking up.

Jacket is a violent criminal originating from Miami. This is the ninth character made available to the community in PAYDAY 2.

He was released alongside Hotline Miami 2 on March 10, for the PC edition of the game, along with his signature weapons, the Jacket's Piece and Carpenter's Delight.

Background[]

Description[]

Although Jacket is the last one to brag – he doesn’t speak at all – his achievements in the criminal underworld are widely known. Allegedly, he once wiped out the entire Russian mafia in Miami all on his own. His background in the military and his unflinching attitude towards over-the-top violence has made him an excellent hitman – or “messenger” as some like to call it. For unknown reasons he remains completely mute and chooses to communicate only with the help of a tape recorder – playing back bits and pieces of language learning tapes, PAs and documentary narrations instead of speaking.

Trivia[]

  • Jacket is the only playable guest heister to originate from a video game.
  • As noted in the original Hotline Miami, "Richard" could be Jacket's real first name, as the 50 Blessings organization names the animal masks in the game after their respective owners.
    • Jacket's mask in PAYDAY 2-related contents differs significantly from its home game counterpart, the rooster head being much larger and more rounded, while the cockscomb and wattle are smaller and much shorter in length. It is also a simple rubber shell laid over the gang's usual ballistic masks instead of a fully-feathered one used in the source material.
  • While Jacket is canon, Jacket's canonicity had been previously debated. With the release of the FBI Files, however, Jacket has been heavily implied to be a canon part of the PAYDAY universe. While the files state that he might have been the very same person, it is also loosely suggested that the PAYDAY 2 Jacket is a separate individual inspired by the character's MO. Because of the large number of unknowns at hand, his relationship to the Hotline Miami Jacket remains uncertain. Dennis Wedin of Dennaton Games left the relationship between the two up in the air when asked about it.[1]
    • If the former case is canon, his involvement in the&#; Hawaiian conflict&#;during&#;Hotline Miami 2&#;implies that Jacket could be anywhere from 46 to 67 years of age by the time PAYDAY 2 took place, dependent upon his age of enlistment. However, in his character description, his age group is marked simply as "unknown".
      • Although, this is contrary to the fact that not only are San Francisco, Hawaii, and Miami all not nuclear wastelands, that the cold war didn't escalate into the Soviet-American war, nor was there any Russo-American Coalition in the Payday universe.
      • Jacket's age can be narrowed down further if the description of the Vicious outfit's Rockaway Beach variant is canon as it explains that he was a Roadie in in exchange for alcohol and drugs, heavily implying Jacket be around, if not exactly drinking age (21) at that time, making him likely tie Jiro for the second oldest member of the Payday gang.
    • It has been officially confirmed that Jacket and the other crossover characters are canon.&#;[2]
    • He may just be a fan of the game Hotline Miami that is in his room.
  • As Dennaton Games have yet to reveal Jacket's true face, his appearance as depicted in PAYDAY 2 is likely not canon to Hotline Miami.
  • Jacket is the first character in the PAYDAY series that doesn't have a known actor, though there have been debates among both the Hotline Miami and PAYDAY playerbases about his resemblance to&#;Jonatan Söderström, founder of Dennaton Games and creator of Jacket's videogame series.
  • Jacket is the first heister in the game to forgo a suit entirely, the second being Bodhi, instead wearing his signature varsity letterman jacket and jeans.
  • Jacket's first appearance in the PAYDAY universe was in the teaser trailer for Hotline Miami, appearing with a baseball bat near the end of the video, presumably there to finish off the Russian mobster Wolf was interrogating.
    • During the lead up to Jacket's introduction, he walks down a hallway off-camera and taps his baseball bat on the ground similar to a scene in the movie Inglorious Basterds.
  • Jacket is the first heister who doesn't speak, but rather communicates through "an 80s model dictaphone". He does audibly pant after running low on stamina, however.
    • Jacket uses a tape recorder which plays all manner of phrases taken out of their intended context, most often language tapes, physical fitness tutorials, fun facts, airplane PAs, and automated voicemail systems. He plays back "Arms outstretched" instead of telling cops to put their hands up when dominating them, and sometimes refers to other heisters with related words instead of their names (or their names in different languages), such as calling Dallas "Texas" or referring to Wolf as "canine predator" or "Herr Wolf" ("Mister wolf" in German).
      • This aspect of Jacket's voice lines being cobbled together from whatever tapes Jacket can find contrasts rather sharply with some of his other lines, e.g. "Please apply cable ties to the civilians" or the First World Bank speech.
    • Jacket is, technically speaking, the first character to be "voiced" by more than one voice actor, his tape being voiced by a total of four. This is mostly due to the tape having multiple languages.
    • It is unknown how he activates the tape recorder while both hands are visible or he's carrying a two-handed weapon. This is probably for gameplay reasons.
    • Given the amount of quotes Jacket can speak, the tape is likely very, very long. The game attempts to recreate the rewind\fast-forward effect of a tape, but it is unrealistic due to the speed of the tape getting rewound\fast-forwarded. It is possible that the tape player, and the tape, were specifically modified to do exactly this, however.
      • Alternatively, he may swap between cassette tapes in different situations, e.g. different tapes for stealth, loud, or being in the safehouse, to simplify the process which could explain the surplus of tapes on the floor of his room in the Safe House.
    • The tape has lines in Spanish, German, French, and Italian; see /Quotes.
      • He may also have tapes which teach Russian, as he sometimes refers to Sokol as "falcon" (the Russian word "sokol" literally means "falcon"), but he uses audio from them rarely if at all. This is likely to reduce spending on voice actors.
    • Though the tape recorder is rather loud, the audio will not alert security guards and civilians during stealth nor will it bring suspicion in casing mode. The reason is most likely for gameplay reasons.
    • Jacket's cassette player may be a Walkman as they were popular during the 80s.
    • Although the English voice on Jacket's tape recorder never curses, lines which use other languages swear frequently; one line used when a Taser is killed simply states "Ci vediamo all'inferno
Sours: https://payday.fandom.com/wiki/Jacket

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Proyectos:

"Familias novohispanas. Un sistema de redes" (PAPIIT) DGAPA-UNAMIN401114-3 coordinado por Javier Sanchiz  y desarrollado desde abril de 2007 en elInstituto de Investigaciones Históricas.Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; en colaboración conVíctor Gayol (Centro de Estudios Históricos-El Colegio deMichoacán) (2013); y Omar Soto (AMGH) (2014).

"Historia genealógica de Burriana. Sus linajes y apellidos"(CEDBorriana)

Participantes-activos: Nefi Arenas - Porfirio Caballero - ÁlvaroCelis - Evan Christensen -  Martín Clavé - Patricia Echeverria- Ernesto Enrique  - Amaya Garritz - Jesús Garza - Óscar G.Chávez (AMGH) -  Víctor Guillamón - Alan Herrera - MaElenaLaborde - Rodrigo López-Portillo (AMGH) - Fernando Martín del Campo- Mauricio Melendez - Mauricio Olivares - Eduardo Ramos - IsabelRemolina  - Guillem Ríos - Alberto Rojas - Carlos RomeroFicetti - Josep Saborit.

[Autoria colectiva y en constante construcción. Ver fuentes,colaboradores y bibliografía en "CrónicaFamiliar".

Los enlaces a las actas remiten a los portales de Familysearch.org y Ancestry.com].

Sours: https://gw.geneanet.org/sanchiz?lang=en&n=garcia+duran+marichalar&oc=0&p=carmen

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